• markets in piedmont

    From antiques and antiques to vegetables and fruit. It's wonderful to stroll here!

    Nizza Monferrato


    In my opinion, the antique market in Nizza is one of the best in the region. Here they not only sell small things but also beautiful chairs and furniture. You can decorate your entire house with it! The antique market is every third Sunday of the month. There is also a regular fruit and vegetable market every Friday and an organic market every second Saturday of the month. Location Via Carlo Alberto and Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi.

    Acqui Terme


    In Acqui Terme there is a nice market every Tuesday and Friday where you can find vegetables, meat, cheese and fruit. There are also stalls selling textiles, such as tablecloths and kitchen towels. You will find the market if you go to the center: the stalls are located on various squares and streets. There is also an antique market every fourth Sunday of the month on Corso Bagni. Here you will find broccante, antique porcelain, furniture and other trinkets. It is a nice market, but more of a flea market than an antique market.



    Ovada is a lovely old town about the same size as Acqui Terme and Nizza Monferrato. The antique market is very special, you can find very beautiful things there. You can go there on the following dates in 2024: Easter Monday - Monday April 1, Labor Day - Wednesday May 1, Republic Day - Sunday June 2, Ferragosto - Thursday August 15, the first Sunday of October - Sunday October 6 and on All Saints' Day - Friday, November 1.

    Casale Monferrato


    Every second Sunday of the month there is a large antique market in Casale Monferrato. This is a real 'must see', because it is one of the oldest and most famous antique markets in Italy. The market runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be found in the Mercato Pavia. With more than 300 exhibitors and a 50-year history, the market is a household name in the region. Together with the antique market, a farmers' market is held where local farmers offer their products for sale. Both markets can be found in the Piazzale Interno, the Salone Tartara, the Porticato and the Piazzale Esterno.