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If you haven’t done an open air market , try this one. Great to listen to the fish and fruit sellers hawking their wares ... at full volume. Stay and eat some super fresh fish after you e seen them slicing it.
This is REAL food shopping! Local, raw, and intense! Not for the faint of heart. You will see beautiful displays of fruit and vegetables with dealers yelling out in Sicilian that theirs is the best! The fish market is quite an event in itself...watch your...More
This market is must seen by every people who are visiting Palermo. You cab find anything you need at this market. Tipical narrow streets full with vendors tables. You can find here fresh sea food, vegetables.
We were staying just round the corner from Capo market.
Another one of Palermos vibrant Street Markets. Selling everything from food, clothing, gifts and household items.
Quite a few places to eat and drink but we didn't stop at any. We did purchase some herbs...More
If you dont count the permanent shops that line Sant Agostino as it meanders up from Via Maqueda this market was ok but lacked a"wow" factor. Ballaro certainly had more fresh food. It was right by our B n B so we walked it a...More
Myself and family members experienced shopping here with a local. We went to her usual vendors for tuna, bread, citrus fruit, and olives. We were there around 9 am on a Tuesday and it was not very crowded. We enjoyed the experience. We took the...More
The guides still tell you about how interesting Vucciria Market is: it is dead, just a few sellers left.
The "Il Capo" market instead is alive with vegetables, fish, meat, and all sort of other things in the surroundings. Prices are OK (for those that...More
The energy of a busy food market feels so local. I bought many things at this market - bread, salami, dried tomatoes (to take home), cooked artichokes, dried herb pasta mix. But I went everyday just to have the best arancina in Palermo. Friggitoria Gastronamia...More
Just north of the opera house is an overgrown farmers market that provides food, fish, sundries, and souvenirs at bargain prices. Beware no easy access to bathrooms. I don't think it would meet cleanliness standards, but I did manage to get some T-Shirts 1 euro...More
hi em! the market is always open, since the 7 in the morning until 5pm more or less. Wednesday in the afternoon there are just few sellers and maybe also sundey. Instead Saturday is the most crauded day :) full of fishes and... More
hi em! the market is always open, since the 7 in the morning until 5pm more or less. Wednesday in the afternoon there are just few sellers and maybe also sundey. Instead Saturday is the most crauded day :) full of fishes and vegetables!