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“Good variety and prices ”

Mercato di Porta Palazzo
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Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour
Reviewed October 2, 2017 via mobile

We visited the fruit and vegetables part, open air. We found a great variety and good prices, even better offers. The clothing part is like a low version of Oriental bazaar, probably best avoided.

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Reviewed September 23, 2017

Very big market which offers everything from fruits, vegetables, clothes, fish, electronics, kitchen equipment etc etc etc.

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Reviewed August 16, 2017

This is the biggest open air market in Europe. And as such you can walk for hours on end looking at different stalls and choosing what's going to be next on your menu. If that's not interesting enough, the sellers are friendly and as usual are always trying to grab you ur attention. Local products of excellent quality. If you're use not squeamish, visit the fish market (the smell can put some people off). Great variety of fresh fish to me chosen. Important: be careful with pickpockets, they're everywhere. Keep money and documents well stored and not visible. The same goes for electronic stuff. Tram number 16 goes through the market, but it's not far off from the city centre.

Thank Alexsandra M
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Reviewed July 16, 2017

Huge food market on a Saturday with amazing fruit and veg. Seems to be never ending and was a real eye opener for someone used to British supermarkets. Unfortunately, the rest of the market is pretty grotty, cheap goods some unpleasant people and not a good atmosphere.

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Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

So glad we walked through this emporium of gastronomy, although it will really make you regret you don't have a kitchen to go cook all this beautiful food. This is where the restaurants and locals shop for the best stuff. The red meat of Piemonte is extraordinary- all meat and no fat. But we can grab a slice of focaccia or some cheese and pretend you're a native for a while.
We took a taxi there, and asked for help finding a taxi stand to get back into the city center. It's just a short walk from the market.

1  Thank Margaret G
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