Mercato Di Via Fauche, Milan
Mercato Di Via Fauche, Milan - Address, Phone Number
Address: Via Giovanni Battista Fauché, 20154 Milano, Italy
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
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About Mercato Di Via Fauche, Milan
Few things are more fun in a major than its street markets. This one, operating every Tuesday and Saturday, can net you some incredible bargains in clothes, shoes and apparel. The best part is that these pickings are something you might find in the Center market's but you're almost certain to get at least 20% off on your purchases. And it's great for budget shopping too. Some of the goods sold her come directly from the factory outlets. This is easily some of the trendiest shopping you'll do in the city. The Saturday market has a better selection than the Tuesday market.
How To reach Mercato Di Via Fauche by Public Transport
- Tram 14, Bus 78 stop P.za Caneva
- Bus 43, 57 stop Via Pier Della Francesca Via Losanna
- Subway 5 stop Gerusalemme
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The street market is open on Tuesday morning and Saturday until about 4pm. It is mainly clothes and food, generally upscale but you can also find some cheaper stalls. On Saturday it is quite crowded
Great market! It's like an open air boutique... And the food stalls are fantastic!
Full furnished, quietly cheap but plenty of thiefs....usually, gypsies and arabians....care your bags and wallets, better place it in anterior pockets of pants. This situation is all around Milan and Italy becausr of weak law
Wonderful street market with food, clothing and household goods. A metro stop is next to the market.
A bustling colorful street market - be wary of pickpockets when it's crowded. Great fruit and veg stalls, some of which accept payment by credit or debit card and do home deliveries. Fish, cheese, flowers and more can be found here on Saturdays.