The selection takes into account traditional places and more modern spots like the newly built Markthal in Rotterdam - places with the promise of “more interesting presents than you’ll find at a naff Christmas market.”
From Berlin to Bristol, Copenhagen to Helsinki - this is a great collection of top food markets across Europe.
Below is the list of places and you can see detailed descriptions of each one on the Guardian website. We also feature some great markets in our City Tasting Tours so if you're heading outside Europe and still want to know the best markets to visit, make sure you take a look.
Markthal - Rotterdam
Dalston Food Market - London
Kauppatori - Helsinki
Berlin Village Market - Berlin
Bristol Eats - Bristol
Naschmarkt - Vienna
Great Market Hall - Budapest
Le Marché Raspail - Paris
Östermalms Saluhall - Stockholm
Torvehallerne - Copenhagen
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