The most beautiful historical markets in Italy and what to buy.

    Aromas, values ​​and traditions of a place: the history of the city is hidden behind the stalls of its historic markets
    The most beautiful historical markets in Italy and what to buy.

    The country you go to, the market you find: people chatting and smiling, local gastronomic products and traditional objects and much more.




    This is the magic that is experienced within historic city markets, incredible places that allow you to come into contact with local people, with their lifestyle and their daily lives.

    Among them is undoubtedly Field of flowers in Rome, today the center of youth nightlife starting at aperitif time. In fact, this splendid square in the capital has hosted one of the most famous historical and folklore markets in the world since 1869. Here among colorful stalls you will find characteristic perfumes, you can buy the products of the Roman tables: broad beans and pecorino and the famous artichokes. But also the chicory, already cut and "curled": ready to season with EVOO oil and anchovy fillets. That tasty!

    The most beautiful historical markets in Italy and what to buy.
    Piazza Campo de'Fiori in Rome – Fuente Holgs (iStock)

    A Nápoles On the other hand, through the local markets, it is possible to get to know the city in its most authentic authenticity. Among them, there is undoubtedly something worth seeing, at least once in your life, that of Porta Nolana- Here you can buy clothes, various knick-knacks, fresh fruits and vegetables and try delicious Neapolitan street food.




    A market made of iron and glass, tells it through its architecture and its products the city of livorno. We are talking about Supply Market, a place to get in touch with the local culture and go buy clothes and accessories. And if you get hungry, don't forget to buy some flatbread.

    The most beautiful historical markets in Italy and what to buy.
    Provisions Market – Source Digitalsignal (iStock)

    Among the most beautiful Italian markets, we cannot fail to mention the Gaeta fish market. Starting in the late afternoon, every day. in the Porto Salvo area, fishermen sell the catch of the day, fresh and tasty, in boxes at very low prices.


    A Marsala, There is the old market that tells the true essence of the city. As well as buying fresh fish, among the stalls you can try the famous Sicilian report cards for a quick snack and if you fancy dessert, why not try some freshly made cannoli?



    between historical markets The most famous in Italy is the Ballarò in Palermo, which extends to the center of the city. Between the shouts and talks of the town and the freshest delicacies, don't forget to take a break to taste the typical dishes of Palermo cuisine: bread and panelle, cazzilli, octopus and quarume.

    The most beautiful historical markets in Italy and what to buy.
    Mercado Ballarò in Palermo – Fuente Quanthem (iStock)

    Il Oriental Market in Genoa It is one of the most beautiful in all of Italy, thanks to the location where it is located. In fact, the structure, which dates back to 1800, was once intended to be a convent, but the work was never completed and today it has become the site of a characteristic market. Here don't forget to buy local cheeses, pasta and DOP Genoese basil.

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