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There are lots of stalls at these markets but many offer very similar products, clothing, bags, jewellery, shoes. We arrived via train and the markets begin just outside the station. If you arrive by car you can park at the supermarket Coop (via Ghiringhelli) or...More
As a frequent visitor to Italy over the past 20 years, it is sad to realize that its markets lost its authenticity in time. This market seemed like any other market around the world full of Chinese products and nothing much Italian. The only exception...More
We walked the length of the market from the boat station and looked for somewhere to eat. There we found an entrance to another larger section including the food market. At the end of this there were signs for more stslls near the railway. Good...More
What is said the largest market of northern italy, is the mercato di Luino. A city ashore the lago Maggiore. Many streets are filled with marketstalls. More of the same so you can compare as much as you want. They sell tools, textiles and clothing,...More
The market covers the whole central town. It is very busy with coach loads of people being bused in. There is a lot of tat but there is a lot of nice leather and cotton clothes as well as beautiful plants. I liked it, far...More
Avoid the market in Luino. Unless you need 1000 stalls offering t-shirts, fake sunglasses, cheap shoes and other varieties of clothing. Or cheap "African" art and leather wares. If that is your fancy then it is the right place. If you look for anything authentic...More
As many reviewers already said, this is the famous big market which takes place in Luino every Wednesday (8:30am - 16:00pm).
Clothes, local food products, bags, leather products (shoes, belts).
Prices range very low (for made in China cheap stuffs) to pretty high (good genuine...More