Europe’s most beautiful food markets to explore this summer


What if you planned your next vacation based on the gastronomic offer found in the destinations you like? To help you choose, a ranking has just chosen the 10 most popular food markets from 99 markets across Europe. To establish this top 10, travel platform Musement counted the number of tags under each market name. Whether it’s because of the unique environment in which the different markets are located, the diversity of regional products that can be found there or simply the friendly atmosphere that reigns there, find out which markets are begging to be seen during your next escape to the countries worried Remember at least one thing: if you’re a true food market lover, London is where you’ll find your happiest, as three of these food markets are in the top 10. 1. London’s Borough Market Located in A stone’s throw from Tower Bridge and London Bridge, it is the oldest market in the city, but also the most famous, not least because it is where many scenes of the film were shot from Harry Potter. Video of the day: 2. La Boqueria in Spain When we think of covered markets, one of the first that comes to mind is none other than La Boqueria, located in Barcelona’s famous Rambles. Instagram, then, once again proves its popularity and we still like it so much, mainly because of its unusual infrastructure, but also because of the thousand and one flavors we find there. It is impossible to consider a visit to Barcelona without taking your pulse in this historic market. 3. Markthal in the Netherlands We recently told you about Rotterdam, which has recently become the new place to see. If the city is so attractive, even to the point of supplanting the famous Amsterdam and Maastricht, it is partly because of its inimitable food scene. The Markthal is a covered market whose huge facade is covered with an 11,000 m2 work of art. A feast for the eyes! 4. Viktualienmarkt in Germany In Germany, you may already know the Markthalle Neun in Berlin? A must-see old covered market in the city, but the most popular in the country is in Munich with no less than 22,000 square meters of space and more than 140 stalls spread over Marienplatz. 5. Naschmarkt in Austria This is the most famous market in Vienna for its varied gastronomic offer, of course, but also for its urban atmosphere. In fact, it has become in recent years the meeting point for the youngest people who walk around the stands, each one more fashionable than the other, where people come at any time of the day or night. On weekends, there are even DJs who set the mood. 6. Tovehallerne in Denmark Located in the northwest of the city of Copenhagen, this market consists of two twin halls where there are several stalls of local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, but also seafood, local beer and even fresh pasta. This is where you can try, for example, the famous smørrebrøds, these small open dark rye sandwiches filled with various ingredients that are very popular in Denmark. 7. San Miguel Market in Spain San Miguel Market has been considered the temple of Spanish gastronomy since 2009. However, it has been around for a long time, but its culinary offer has diversified and improved along the years. In total? 30 stands where you can find many Spanish products. 8. Leadenhall Market in London Its cobbled streets and characteristic red facades give the place a mystical atmosphere. But what makes it so special is the glass dome that lets the light through. Here, there are small typical shops, bars, restaurants, traditional pubs. Here again you may recognize some locations from the filming of Harry Potter as this is where the famous magical shopping street Diagon Alley begins in the film. 9. Old Spitalfields Market in London Although Borough Market is invariably the most popular market in London, mainly due to its central location, Old Spitalfields is well worth a visit. Located in the east of the city, it has been around for 350 years and is home to no less than 40 food and drink stalls from around the world. Enough to allow you a small tour of the world in a few hours. 10. Kauppatori in Finland Helsinki is a foodie’s paradise! With its many open-air markets and historic halls, you will love the city. Head to Kauppatori, a central square bordered on one side by the Baltic Sea and on the other by a park. There you will find a lot of Finnish specialties, starting with salmon or herring that is usually smoked over a wood fire. Don’t miss more lifestyle news at and subscribe now to our themed newsletters by clicking here.
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