Italy’s fun and useful open air-air markets have been put on hold because of coronavirus. 😦 Yet they remain (once they reopen) one of the best ways for tourists to get a glimpse of Italian culture and daily life, and to find a great deal. So I thought I’d let you get a peek at one. Partly because I miss them. And partly because I think we could all use some bright spots during this trying time. So enjoy!!
Most towns hold a weekly market, and at these vibrant and colorful events you can get just about everything. From clothing to fresh produce, from shoes to Italian delicacies. And so much in between, like plants, toys and kitchen wares! The prices are often lower than at the shops too, so it’s not only a fun social event, but easy on the pocketbook!
Images are mine.