Milan Markets

Naviglio Grande market

There is nothing I like more than visiting the markets because I think it is a great way to get to know the idiosyncrasies of a city. There are bigger and smaller ones, dedicated to the sale of gastronomic products or to decoration and textiles.

In Milan there are several markets that give life to the city and each of them has its own identity. One of the most famous is the Naviglio Grande Market, which is installed on the last Sunday of each month throughout the Naviglio Grande, the famous canal of the city. This market operates from September and it is possible to find furniture, objects around the house, old books, jewelry etc. More than 400 exhibitors gather to take advantage of the walk of the Milanese looking for objects for their home.

Other Milan market is Fiera di sinigaglia, a classic of the city that is installed every Saturday morning in Viale d'Annunzio. The best thing about this market is that there you can find everything you imagine and more, from products from India, Latin America and Africa to new and second-hand clothes, vintage furniture, perfumes, candles, books, comics, records. , videos and much more.

El Viale Papiniano It is a market to visit if you are looking for cheap prices as it is famous for its offers. That is why it is very popular and highly visited. If you are looking for cheap food, plants, clothes, shoes and fabrics you have to go through this Milan flea market.

But as good fashion capital, in Milan you can not miss a market dedicated to clothing and this is how the Viale Fauch meets the requirement of dressing city dwellers but offering deep discounts on clothing and shoes.


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