8 most colorful food markets in Europe

• 8 most colorful food markets in Europe

In order to truly know the soul of a city, while traveling to visit a food market. After all, it is from here originates the traditional gastronomy; Farmers and traders are the best local products, to fully give an idea about the culture and customs.

It should also be noted that a walk through the markets is often included in the list of tourist programs, so do not ignore this item.

Below you can see a list of the best food markets in Europe.

France. Nice.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Market Cours Saleya.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Open Market is located on the pedestrian street of the same name of the Old Town, along the waterfront This-Uni. It is convenient to make purchases on the way to the beach or back. On Monday at the site of food and flower shops sell antiques sellers.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

After making the necessary purchases, roar, visitors can relax in one of the restaurants around the square. (Tristan Schmurr)

United Kingdom. London

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Borough Market.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1276. At present, there are more than 130 farmers' retail shops.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Market Visitors are offered the highest quality products. The range consists not only of the products of domestic producers but also foreign. For example, French cheese, olives Spanish.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Impressive huge variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Fish and seafood at Borough market.

France. Paris.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Market Aligr.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1779. Today the market is divided into two parts.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Place attractively low prices on quality products. (Josep M Martí)

The Netherlands. Rotterdam.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Markthal market.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 2009; Opening - October 1, 2014. The total area of ​​buildings is 29 000 m².

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

The object is a hybrid of a residential house and the grocery market.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

It is located 96 food stalls and 20 cafes.

Spain. Madrid.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

The market of San Miguel.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1916. The total area of ​​trading halls of 1200 m²

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

San Miguel is a little different from the standard view of the market. You can not only buy high quality products, but also use the services of cooks who prepare meals in place of your purchases.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Soft alcoholic beverages at the San Miguel market.

Spain. Barcelona.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Boqueria Market.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1217. To date, the total area of ​​its retail space of 2583 m²

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

The most popular part of the market is considered to be meat and fish departments. Of particular value here is Uncooked jerked ham (jamon) from Iberian pigs with black hoof.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

refreshing smoothie at the Boqueria market. (Carlos Lorenzo)

Sweden. Stockholm.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Ostermalm Food Market. (Yukino Miyazawa)

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1888. To date, the total area of ​​its trading floors of 3000 m². (Yukino Miyazawa)

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Market Visitors have the opportunity not only to purchase products of the highest quality, but also to try national dishes in one of the small restaurants located on its territory. (* Maya *)

Turkey. Istanbul.

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

Egyptian Bazaar. (Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho)

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

market history dates back to 1660. On its territory there are more than 80 stores. (William Neuheisel)

8 most colorful food markets in Europe

The main range of goods - spices, herbs, sweets, nuts and dried fruits. (Héctor de Pereda)