Travel report

Fish markets in Europe – Vienna – Venice – Palma

For people with liability to the sea, there is nothing better: fish markets. I’ve visited a lot of them in Europe and made small videos. So far, I liked the best fish market in Venice, but also Vienna and Palma are great as well. In the following, I would like to introduce you some of the videos i shot there.

Naschmarkt – Vienna – Seafoodtour

You need to have seen this place. There is a good selection of food and drinks. These are all in the upper price segment. The Naschmarkt is the perfect meeting place for all cultures. In my opinion, this market has the same great qualities and achievements as Europe. It is always a great experience to visit this market when you are in Vienna. Also ideal for your purchase of spices from all over the world. The best way to visit the Naschmarkt during the week, as you can look at everything in peace and to work on. Especially on weekends there is often hell going on and you have to squeeze in the dense crowd through the narrow aisles.

Mercat de l´Olivar – Palma de Mallorca – Majorca – Espana

Such a great market and especially fish market are rare.
The market is considered the “belly of Palma”. Here you can find everything you need. An absolute must when in Palma. The product is so fresh and goes from vegetables to fruit to vegetables. Everything is done in an appealing way. If you live in a finca, then you should definitely go shopping there. There are all sorts of tapas and sushi, which is freshly prepared and all at very reasonable prices.

Mercato del Pesce al Minuto – Rialto – Venedig – Venice – Venecia

The fish market Mercato del Pesce al Minuto just behind the Rialto Bridge in Venice is my favorite market, of all the fish markets I have visited so far. It is a beautiful market with fresh vegetables and all kinds of fresh fish you can imagine. A visit is definitely worth it, if you want to buy fresh food or just shoot a few photos. It is recommended to visit the market early in the morning, as it closes at 12 noon. It’s just fun to indulge in the Italian way of life and enjoy the incredible colors and shapes in addition to haggling Nonna’s.

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