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Heritage market from British era

Visited this place after a very long time with my kids just to make them of the market place which... read more

Reviewed 29 February 2016
Srisri2013
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Hosur
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Overwhelming

New to Bangalore and all the chaos, this was sensory overload: The sights and smells and crowds... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2015
OklahomaMomOf3
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Oklahoma
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MF Norrona St, Bengaluru 560001, India
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Nothing special, small market, it can be interesting for taking a look for local products (vegetables mainly). Very dirty and messy in its surroundings.

Thank 888trip
Reviewed 5 September 2018 via mobile

Lots of local stuffs. Well maintained. Don’t forget to haggle. Didn’t have much time to shop. Will be back!

Thank JessicaY485
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Russsell Market is the ideal place for buying stuff for your kitchen, whether it is for cooking, serving or storing..

Thank Warri0r2014
Reviewed 27 February 2018

Russell market is one of the oldest structured markets in the city.Really good style.They got seperate section for fruits, vegetables,seafood,meat and poultry.This place is the the real charm of Bangalore.You will get everything fresh.

1  Thank SURAJSMILE
Reviewed 3 July 2017

This is a market that is from the pages of history and I would like to think it would have been much more livelier and an happening place when it was started. Yes this is a market that has been there for over 75 years....More

1  Thank WILExplorer
Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

Visited this place after a very long time with my kids just to make them of the market place which I visited many times during my childhood(more than 20 or 25 years ago). Nothing changed much in and around the market. It was almost walking...More

Thank Srisri2013
Reviewed 20 November 2015

New to Bangalore and all the chaos, this was sensory overload: The sights and smells and crowds! I've seen similar in pictures and I'm glad to have experienced it. Definitely different than a sterile mall experience! Fruits and vegetables and flowers here were all plentiful,...More

2  Thank OklahomaMomOf3
Reviewed 17 June 2015

Russell Market is one of the oldest market in Bangalore and still serves as the best place for fruits. The market lies near to commercial street and one should visit it early morning. Its walkable from shivajinagar bus stand if someone is coming by bus....More

1  Thank Varun A
Reviewed 25 April 2015

Located at Shivajinagar-Bangalore, amidst the hustle bustle and busy market area. Had been there in the evening, was stunned to find all varieties of exotic fruits and veggies, which we do not get easily in the local market. Could find avocados, asparagus, chinese cabbage, turnips,...More

1  Thank Veena K
Reviewed 24 February 2015

Many cities in India have old colonial markets that still operate today. Bombay has Crawford Market, Calcutta has New Market (Sir Stuart Hogg Market) and Bangalore has Russell Market. While both Crawford market and New market are over a hundred years old, Russell market is...More

1  Thank percyvakil
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