Absoultely, you should visit and try. There were different aromas, smells and tastes which has mixed to each other.
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Definitely make time to go to the fishmarket and try to get there early because you will get a better view of everything. This is a very unique and interesting place and seeing all the beautiful fish was quite fascinating. There's also a really lovely...More
Make sure you go and have a look at this incredibly lively and atmospheric fish market where all of Catania seems to mix. The fish and the sellers are equally photogenic but this is a real working market. Prepare to get your feet wet if...More
Of course there is fish. Seeing the swordfish is very interesting. There is much more than fish such as some vendors grilling artichokes.
We found this huge fish and vegetable market on an early Thursday morning. The noise and smells were wonderful. The energy of the vendors and customers, the variety and freshness of the produce and fish made for a most enjoyable find. After winding our way...More
My wife and I visited the fish and food market in Catania with some friends during a two-week vacation in Sicily. It is located just off the Piazza dell Duomo, a short walk from the Cathedral. There is a warren of streets with stalls offering...More
Because we always seek accommodations that offer us the opportunity to cook, markets like this are especially appealing. Oodles of fresh fish choices. We bought fresh swordfish (spada) Sea bass (branzino) and sea bream (orata) for cooking at home. But you can also buy fresh...More
For all the food lovers out there, especially when it comes to fish and seafood, visiting this market is a must! Such a lovely place, full off colorful fruit displays, fresh fish and seafood on ice, cheeses, ham and plenty of other traditional Sicilian foods!...More
Our hotel recommended that we have a visit at this fish market but he didn't go into detail as to why, so it was a fun surprise to see how it was. There is a large area just a short stroll from the cathedral where...More