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  • Excellent23%
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11 Jul 2018
“Great fresh food”
3 Jun 2018
“Amazing purchases !”
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Thrifty shoppers head on over to this flea market, where you can find great deals on quality leathers and cashmeres.
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Milan, Italy
Navigli
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Reviewed July 11, 2018

This is a rather large market that extends in almost a T shape. The local produce section was delightful. The other long strip sold a bit of everything. It was very crowded when we went and rather hot so be prepared for a little hustle...More

1  Thank umlaith
Reviewed June 3, 2018 via mobile

I always love italy for these flea markets that they showcase.. this one particularly is a must if you are in the city on a saturday or a tuesday! From bags, dresses, shoes , belts, jeans , household stuff and lots more ! Can get...More

Thank Tanu75
Reviewed January 23, 2018

We had such a fun time exploring this market. It had everything you could want for a Saturday morning. A great range of fresh produce, beautiful second hand coats, an amazing selection of clothes at really affordable prices. Every vendor was friendly, helpful and an...More

2  Thank AnonTravelGirl
Reviewed September 12, 2017 via mobile

This 'famous' outdoor street market has lots of great fresh produce, but if you don't want your peaches mushy better to feel them before buying-- even tho it is not encouraged. Stalls selling lots of cheap remnants and picked-over merch doesn't stop people from handing...More

3  Thank unrealtime
Reviewed March 26, 2017

Well I felt sorry for Sandra's husband and the bloke called r2d2.Visited on a Tuesday morning food part is superb lots of local produce beautifully set out,I think to describe it as a flea market is wrong and perhaps something was lost in translation.The Market...More

1  Thank Roefamily
Reviewed October 26, 2016 via mobile

If you like markets this is the place. Fruit and vegetables, cheese, fish, clothes and household stuff. A lot of stands offer the same stuff. Especially the non-food section is very narrow and crowded. But I think it's fun and enjoyed myself. My husband didn't...More

Thank Sandra v
Reviewed September 17, 2016

Yes it's busy, if you want a bargain 1€ shoes were a good price, You have to sift thru but I managed, bags, shoes, jeans , men's shirts Fruit and veg is a good place to watch and see how they eat and shop, fish...More

Thank Havefun830
Reviewed June 27, 2016 via mobile

Upon my enquiry at a tourist information centre, I was informed that this is a flea market. My wife and I had a quick lunch and rushed to this place. This turned out to be a disappointment as it was not a typical flea market...More

3  Thank CKY281
Reviewed December 29, 2015

This market runs for quite a few blocks, starting at the north end as a food market and turning into a crazy mix of stalls selling everything from sheets to shoes. The food market is centered on Viale Papiniano and is fantastic, particularly if you...More

1  Thank slsnyc
Reviewed December 17, 2015

Cheap Stalls - not much of interest Didn't think much of this to be honest. The food section was quite small - nothing like as good as Mercato di Via Osoppo.

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Response from Tanu75 | Reviewed this property |
You will have to hunt in this market on the days mentioned ..Im very sure you will find what you want as the street is too long..
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