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Modiano Market

Platia Aristotelous | Platia Aristotelous & Ermou, Thessaloniki 54600, Greece
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Platia Aristotelous | Platia Aristotelous & Ermou, Thessaloniki 54600, Greece
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Reviewed 19 October 2015

Visited this advertised market but was very disappointed. It was dark , dirty and lacked atmosphere. granted it was towards the end of the day , but how many butcher shops can you have. The antipasti shops with olives in brine were awful to look...More

1  Thank Mario K
Reviewed 11 October 2015 via mobile

I took some interesting photos. Don't afraid of big, cute, lazy stray dogs. There. They are so friendly. As a vegetarian There are some moments in butchers' corner that I can't stay anymore and left the market

1  Thank SrmMlh
Reviewed 26 September 2015

The place are magical and full of flavors. It is a traditional Greek market with meat, chicken,sea food, vegetables and fruits, spices. The quality of the goods seems first class and fresh. The prices are reasonable and even below the levels in my country which...More

Thank BJ_INT
Reviewed 6 September 2015

As we travel to Greece to see family every couple of years we make Thessaloniki our base and we have been to the market often. Only one thing to say about Greek markets you either like or dislike them. They do smell a bit and...More

1  Thank Bob R
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The market is there for a long time, but just a smelly tourist trap. Most of the products are old, lots of touristy gifts... just not great

Thank Niels M
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Interesting fish section, overpriced Greek products and some cheap tacky clothing & souvenirs, worth a browse through en route to the sea via Aristotelous Square

Thank 623Rob623
Reviewed 11 June 2015

Although we couldn't find signs to the market it's not hard to find with google maps on your phone. It's a huge market with fresh produce of the region. Fish, veggies, meat, bread it's all there. Also a great amount of hardware is to be...More

4  Thank Rogier N
Reviewed 7 May 2015 via mobile

We got off the sightseeing bus at next to last stop and walked to the market. i bought some cardamom, cloves and cinnamon for one euro each and some walnuts too. The ladies at the spice shop were so helpfull, even writing down their recipe...More

Thank L W
Reviewed 13 April 2015

I just love this place. It is always crowded, loud, fast... Food is cheep, buy olives and halvah. All sellers speak several languages, you can taste food, get advice, buy all you want and how much you want. From the souvenirs, fruit, vegetables, meat, clothes,...More

3  Thank MetalMind
Reviewed 14 November 2014 via mobile

This market has everyday products such as fish, flowers, fruit and veg. Also clothing, table cloths and cushion covers. I successful bought ladies knickerd at 1 euro a pair!!

Thank Emma762
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Does anybody know the opening hours of the market? Information on various websites is inconsistent or pretty dated. Thx
26 July 2016|
Response from MichVagabond | Reviewed this property |
most businesses and markets in Thessaloniki seem to open around 10am, with some groceries and of course cafes open earlier.