Discover Torino's Markets: Vintage, fashion And gastronomy

Discover Torino's most fascinating and special markets with @igerstorino photo tours!


Explore the liveliest and most colorful markets in Torino and its province with us, thanks to the collaboration between Turismo Torino e Provincia and the Torino e Piemonte community of Instagramers! Our first itinerary will take you to discover a variety of markets, from food stalls to hidden treasures of antiques, vintage clothes, old books and unique local products.


Porta Palazzo and Mercato Centrale: Europe's largest open-air market. Located in Piazza della Repubblica, this market is a feast for the senses, where the aroma of fresh produce mingles with the bright colors and cheerful chatter of vendors and shoppers. From stalls of local fruit and vegetables to delicacies such as cheeses, cured meats and sweets, there's something for everyone. At Mercato Centrale, on the other hand, you can travel among the artisans of taste. They come from all over Italy and bring their experience and passion to the market.


Il Libro Ritrovato (The Rediscovered Book): every first Sunday of the month, Piazza Carlo Felice is transformed into a large market-exhibition of old and out-of-print books from the city, a true paradise for book lovers.


Mercato di Nanni: every day from Monday to Saturday, the church of San Bernardino da Siena provides the backdrop for the stalls in Via Dante di Nanni, in the heart of Borgo San Paolo, offering a vast selection of fresh produce and local delicacies.


Gli Artimani: every third Saturday of the month, Via Cesare Battisti comes alive with the creativity and originality of Artimani, a market and exhibition dedicated to talented local artisans. Here you'll find unique objects and handcrafted works of art, a shopping experience that supports local creativity.


Piazza Benefica market: in the Art Nouveau “Cit Torino” district, in the Giardini Martini, which Turin People call Piazza Benefica (between Via Principi di Acaj, Via Duchessa Jolanda, Via Palmieri and Via Susa), this is the market most frequented by fashion victims, along with the Crocetta market, and by shopping enthusiasts in search of unique, quality pieces.


Vintage della Gran Madre: every third Sunday of the month, piazza Gran Madre becomes the ideal place for vintage enthusiasts, with a vast selection of second-hand clothes, accessories and jewelry.


Crocetta Market: Via Marco Polo, De Gasperi and Largo Cassini host the city's most chic market, renowned for the quality of its fashion and accessories.


San Salvario Emporium: every first Sunday of the month, Piazza Madama Cristina hosts a market dedicated to traditional and digital crafts, design and independent publishing, offering a unique experience in the heart of San Salvario.


Gran Balôn: every second Sunday of the month, Borgo Dora is transformed into a charming setting for Gran Balôn, Torino's historic flea market. It features a vast selection of antiques, vintage curios and collectibles, offering visitors an authentic and fascinating experience at the heart of Torino's history. Every Saturday, in the same space, Il Balôn, its weekly version, is held.


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