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What a vibrant Market selling fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, meat, spices, pasta, cheese, bread. You can eat your way round Sicily. Lots of stalls cooking fish, Sausage,street food to buy and taste. Husband particularly liked the freshly cooked octopus.
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You can buy food, drink, clothes, chinese and even pictures of flowers or Jesus if you like (see one of my pictures). It’s colorful, loud and crowded rather touristic than local but worth to see anyway if you are already in Palermo. If you want...More
We hit all 3 during our stay and this was the best- certainly in terms of food and number of vendors. Saw veggies never see in the States and all sorts of fresh fish. Easy just to wander and watch the locals shop. Lots going...More
This farmer's market is incredible, but I love farmers' markets. The sea-life, fruits and vegetables are beautifully piled everywhere. The sellers are constantly yelling, singing, entertaining. Lots of sellers shout, "Dai, dai, dai dai!" Which means, "Please, please, c'mon, c'mon!" It's just so pleasing to...More
Palermo's Ballarò market is crazy, full of smells (many good and some not so good), crowded, loud and on the verge of being extremely chaotic. But isn't that what you would expect from a market in Palermo? I found it fun and exciting to visit....More
Every city has a great market like this one. A chance to see what is happening on the local food front. Fish and meat, veg and fruit. Olives, salamis and cheese. Try the sheep ricotta with varying flavours, have a granita if it's hot (...More
Just resign yourself to getting lost and becoming a little disoriented in this vast marketplace whose parameters are kind of nebulous. It is reminiscent of a North African souk. It begins about half a mile south of Palazzo Reale and spits you out somewhere around...More