Whatever they are called in your city, Street Markets or Flea Markets they are worth a visit. Flowers to food to goodies to great information…you can find it here.
This one in Luxembourg offered a kaleidoscope of flowers…in all colors.
In Trier, Germany this guy made sculptures out of wire.
Olives from Turkey were at one in London.
Cambridge offered scarves to jewelry to coffee to fresh baked bread.
Budget Travel tells us of some in the US not to be missed:
The 127 Corridor Sale runs 654 miles (yes miles) of scenic highway from West Unity, Ohio to Gadsden, Alabama the first weekend in August. Put it on your calendar for next year.
Brimfield Antique and Flea Market Shows in Brimfield, Mass. runs six consecutive days in mid May, July and September. Billed as the country’s largest, more than 1 million visitors flood in every year.
The Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Faire in Alameda, California runs the first Sunday of each month. The San Francisco skyline serves as a backdrop for this 800 plus vendor market on the main runway of a decommissioned naval base on San Francisco Bay.
Do you have one you like to visit?