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Mercato di Viale Papiniano Market, Southwest Milan

Largest market in Milan - everything from collectables to cheese

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The market in Papiniano alley, in southwest Milan, is the largest market in the city and is held on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Stalls filled with bargains (ranging in quality!) include fashion outlets and shoes, plants, textiles, collectables such as stamps, coins, cards and toys. There is a delectable range of food stalls selling Italian cheeses, freshly baked bread, fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood. 

Expect large crowds at this exuberant market, although on Tuesday mornings the crowd is smaller and the quality of the goods higher.

From 07:30 to 14:00 on Tuesdays and from 07:30 to 18:00 on Saturdays.

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Via Papiniano


Visitor comments

  • "Like an open air museum. A huge variety of fresh vegetable, fruits and fish. Clean and colorful. A must visit for all the open air markets fans!!" - Trip Advisor
  • "I'm so glad I visited, I got scarves at 3 euros, shoes at 8 euros... the atmosphere was good, takes up 2 hours!" - Trip Advisor
  • "My family greatly enjoyed getting out of the tourist areas of Italy and seeing how the Italians really live. This is the place for that. Go for the experience and see how they buy their fresh fish, fruits, salamis and vegetables for their week. We picked up some cheap scarves as souvenirs. Would visit again." - Trip Advisor


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  • Via Papiniano
  • 20123