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The list | 10 European Street Food Markets That Will Make You Drool


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If you are looking for a mouth-watering adventure in Europe, you should not miss the street food markets that offer a variety of delicious dishes from different cuisines. Whether you crave a hearty burger, a spicy curry, or a sweet treat, you will find something to satisfy your taste buds at these markets. Here are the top 10 European street food markets you should visit!


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Maltby Street Market, London, UK

This charming street market is a hidden gem of the city of London. It is a weekend market, hidden in a corner lane of Bermondsey stations and London Bridge. Most of the stalls are perched on the railway arches. You must try the bad brownies here, where 'bad' signifies excellent, especially for the fantastic melted caramel inside. If you want a spicy or juicy treat, try the hot sauces of 'African Volcano'. You must visit 'Raclette Brothers' for the best kinds of cheese. In the end, quench your thirst with the authentic Gin of 'Little Bird Gin'.


Address: 41 Maltby St, Bermondsey, London SE1 3PA, United Kingdom. Opening hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 4 pm.


Mercato Trionfale, Rome, Italy

This is considered the first Roman neighbourhood market and among the largest in Italy and Europe. It boasts 273 stalls that sell everything from fresh fish and meat to fruits and vegetables. The market also offers ethnic foods such as African spices and Asian noodles. The market has a long history that dates back to 1615 when it was a transit place for hunters and travellers.

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Address: Via Andrea Doria, 00192 Roma

Opening hours: Daily except Sundays, 8 am to 1:30 pm.



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La Boqueria, Barcelona, Spain

This public market is on La Rambla, probably Barcelona's most famous street. The market is known initially as Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, which first existed in 1217. In 1911, the fish market we see today was built, and the market with its modernist iron roof was inaugurated in 1914. You can find everything from fresh seafood to exotic fruits and vegetables here. The market is also famous for its tapas bars and restaurants that serve authentic Spanish cuisine.

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Address: La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 8:30 pm.


Bite Club, Berlin, Germany

This street food market takes place every Friday evening from May to October at different locations across Berlin city. You can find everything from burgers to sushi here. The market also offers live music and drinks to enjoy with your food.

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The market occurs every Friday evening from May to October at different locations across Berlin. Web: www.instagram.com/biteclubberlin


Reffen, Copenhagen, Denmark

This street food market is located on Refshaleøen Island in Copenhagen city. It is open from April to December every year. You can find everything from Danish smørrebrød to Vietnamese pho here. The market also offers live music and drinks to enjoy with your food while overlooking the harbour views of Copenhagen City.

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Address: Refshalevej 167A, 1432 København K, Denmark.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 12 pm to 9 pm. Web: www.reffen.dk


Marché des Enfants Rouges, Paris, France

This historic covered market dates back to 1615 and is located in the Marais district of Paris. You can find everything from Moroccan tagines to Japanese sushi here. The market also offers fresh produce, such as fruits and vegetables, flowers, and plants for sale.


Address: 39 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris, France.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm.


Prícipe Real's Organic Food Market, Lisbon, Portugal

This street food market occurs every Saturday morning at Prícipe Real's Garden in Lisbon city centre. You can find everything from organic fruits and vegetables to artisanal bread and cheese here, along with Portuguese wines and olive oils for sale!


Address: Praça do Príncipe Real - Jardim França Borges - Lisboa.

Opening hours: Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm.


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Time Out Market, Lisbon, Portugal

This indoor food hall is located in the Cais do Sodré district of Lisbon city centre and offers a wide range of Portuguese cuisine such as seafood dishes like octopus rice or codfish cakes and international cuisines like sushi or burgers too!

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Address: Av. 24 de Julho 49, 1200-479 Lisboa, Portugal.

Opening hours: Sunday to Wednesday from 10 am to midnight and Thursday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 am.




Borough Market, London, UK

This is one of the oldest and most extensive food markets in London. It is located near London Bridge and attracts both locals and tourists alike. You can find everything from British pies and puddings to Indian curries and Turkish delights here. The market also offers a range of artisanal products, such as jams, chocolates, and cheeses for sale.

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Address: 8 Southwark Street, London SE1 1TL

Opening hours: Open daily except Mondays, 10 am to 5 pm and 10 am to 4 pm Sundays.


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