Markets You Must Visit

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BLOEMENMARKT - The famous floating flower market is a feast for the eyes and nose
WATELOOPLEIN - The best Flea Market in Amsterdam - a junk lovers dream

New York
HELL'S KITCHEN - World famous flea market with just about everything
FARMERS MARKET - The first time I heard of Farmer's Markets was in New York now they are everywhere

MERCATO CENTRALE - The most colourful indoor market I have ever stepped into

NEWARK ANTIQUES FAIR - Up to 4,000 stalls. 84 acres. 10 buildings. Over 200 shopping arcades. 44 marquees. 100's of outside pitches. 6 fairs per year. 18 shopping days. 1000's overseas buyers.
BILLINGSGATE FISH MARKET - Get up early or you'll miss it. 54 merchants will show you the largest selection of fish in the UK
BOROUGH MARKET - Sits on the South Bank of the Thames and is the oldest food market in London. You can bet you will see at least one famous chef
DOVER STREET MARKET - I swear you will never see another market like this. The man who thought of it describes it as - beautiful chaos.
SPITALFIELDS - Lots of markets and shop in one area. Spend a whole day there and never get bored

THE HAM FAIR - I love this Parisian antiques fair that occurs twice a year - March and October. Over 400 stalls of amazing vintage items and a whole street of food stalls and cafes in the centre selling the most delicious Ham related food.
LES PUCES DE PARIS - In other word The Flea Markets of Paris. Expensive but fascinating and huge.
L'ISLE SUR LA SORGUE - This antiques market has got to be in one of the most beautiful settings. It's in Provence so we can expect no less