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This is fun. Located just behind the Duomo, this is a living, breathing fish market. There is plenty to see and eat. For example, we had the best olives we ever had. We walked through early in the morning and really enjoyed the experience.
This is unlike any other fish market I have been. It is a spectacle to see local live as it is. Amazing atmosphere colour and noise at the market. Amazing fish and the fishmongers cutting them with little dignity to the fish all add to...More
The Catania fish market is located in the heart of the city, behind the Baroque Amenano Fountain. From Monday through Friday, the streets near Catania’s duomo are transformed into a loud and smelling market. There are a lot of fish species and seafood, The sword...More
I love visiting local markets when traveling as I believe that it is one of the best ways to get the feel of a city and country. We strolled around, looking at all that fresh fish and the locals deciding what to put on the...More
Behind the Amenano Fountain and down a short stairway made of lava lies the fish market. As a tourist and not intent on a purchase, just wander around, admire the produce, watch the skill of the merchants and remember to take plenty of photos to...More
As far as fish markets go surely this is one of the most pitiful. Blood and guts on the street flies buzzing on food. I thought there was little respect shown for the fish - to think such beautiful fish like the tuna and swordfish...More
This is so authentic. Real people selling real food (very loudly). Don't wear your posh shoes as the ground is soaked with fishy water. As well as fish there is fruit, vegetables, cheese, charcuterie, meat. I assume "castrati " is Italian for testicles...plenty of those...More