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Haftasonlarında kalabalık olan 700 yıllık bu pazar yerinde ünlü Italyan sokak yemeklerini bulabilirsiniz / This famous market place more then 700 years old , better to visit on weekends for taste the street foods.
... albeit a bit disappointing as we expected a much larger fish market... Part of the Vucciria, at least from the entrance at Piazza San Domenico, down to Piazza Caracciolo by Discesa Maccheronai (Macaroni [Downhill] Street), has cheap antiques, some groceries stores (with great veggies,...More
We were lucky enough to have chosen a B&B close to the Capo market. We ventured out and checked out the other two, but found that they didn't have much that interested us, especially given we didn't have a kitchen to cook in.
Visit Palermo's markets and you see the mix of inhabitants, the types of foods the locals eat and how they spice them, the colors and smells that make a place home. Sure a bit seedy, a bit dirty, a bit rough, but that's the market...More
There are four street markets in Palermo and we stayed in an apartment about three minutes walk from the largest at Ballaró. A fascinating place selling a huge variety of food. The tuna season was in full swing for our visit and the fishmongers had...More
I wouldn't bother with Vucciria. Unless we missed a whole street, this only had a few stalls of 2nd hand tat and 1-2 veg stalls. Ballaro and Capo are bigger, with a huge mix of meat, fish, veg, fruit, cheese, herbs, hats, belts & household...More
Il Capo followed by Ballaro were colourful with a huge array of spices, fruits, vegetables, meats, fish and cheeses. Stall holders were friendly and helpful. It helps if you speak a little Italian. We were given a gift of a variety of fish to make...More
This is a traditional open market with haphazard arrangements of stalls, wet and noisy with stall holders shouting in Sicilian dialect. This was typical before the arrival of supermarkets and offers a glimpse of food culture to the younger generations.There's lots of fresh fruits &...More