It is a really special place to visit. Lot of life and stuff to see/buy. It feels kind of unsafe on the evening.
About Mercato del Capo
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A must-see in the very heart of Palermo is the Capo outdoor market. This ancient market has been doing business at the same location so long that no one really remembers when it began. The colors, the activity, the bargaining amid the shouts of sellers...More
We've been very lucky to nab a air bnb over the market. Literally above the market. It's fantastic! Full of delicious produce, some bare with our English, some no so much! Great street food and bakery treats. Highly recommend visiting, especially if you have a...More
Enjoyed some street food and a drink at this amazing market. All excellent. Enjoyed watching the clearing up of the market after lunch the banter amongst the workers. Why would you need to book a tour to see the street markets is beyond me! Capo...More
It is pretty much a locals market, and stretches eccentrically around the streets of the old part of Palermo. It is a great place to wander, marvel at the array of foods (cheese in particular were most inviting), and get lost in the myriad of...More
OVERALL: Friendly vendors selling fresh local veggies, fish, cheese, and bread. Wander, look, picture and taste a disappearing European daily ritual. We went with a local to buy ingredients for a hearty lunch. Fresh bread from Monreale, swordfish caught overnight, veggies from local nurseries and...More
It is a colourful market. Check the days you want to visit the market. It stays closed certain days & time. Essence of Palermo.
This is an easy to reach market which serves the local population with fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, spice, and bakery. Although there are occasional "market tour groups" the market is still largely unspoiled. There is no need of a tour guide as the market is...More
My wife and I visited Palermo for my birthday and our anniversary and we took a food tour of Mercato del Capo on a Sunday. Best food tour ever!!! Most venders were open as we were worried they would be closed up. We ate some...More
When being in Palermo it's a must to visit one of the typical markets where locals use to buy fruit, fish, typical local seeds and spices and other 'cheap' goods. Looking for an alternative to 'Vucciria' where we went to in the past, we decided...More