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An old market, the first and only one in the city, busy and alive every day of the week. Packed with some typical restaurants, some of them part of the political city history, they offer the freshest local cuisine. A must.
The Mercado Publico is packed full of fresh vegetables, fruits and meats, as well as dried food goods, teas, etc. It's a very busy spot at any given time. Restaurants, and lots of places to eat there and at surrounding restaurants. A must see in...More
We visited the public market of Porto Alegre one afternoon, a place to visit, find handicrafts and local textiles, drinks, fast food and some formal restaurants, many local people and tourists. you can get any spice or Creole food.my wife was fascinated with the textiles...More
Would you like to feel like a local in Porto Alegre? So, go into the Public Market! The feverish atmosphere, the mix of scents, the stores on the first floor with several kinds of 'erva mate' (the powder of Ilex paraguayensis leaves that the gaúchos...More
Like most such buildings in many other Brazilian cities this one is time worn and somewhat grubby, with the usual vast assortment of stalls selling everything imaginable, including stores specializing in chimarrão products, that peculiar gaucho beverage typical to the southern part of the country....More