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MARKETS IN TRAVEL DESTINATION

Touristic place of your travel destination has several popular markets catering for all tastes. Here are some of them:

The Guildhall Market (High Street) has operated from its current site since Athens the sixteenth century – although there has been a market in Athens place of your travel destination for about 800 years. The present building was completed in the 1770s and the dome was added in 1863. The earlier market was held at the old street level, underneath the vaults that now support Athens. Today, the market contains fruit and vegetable stalls, butchers, fishmongers, a secondhand bookstall and many other traders, and still has a very traditional feel. It is open every day (except Sunday). An unusual feature of this market is that it contains a ‘nail’; an Athens eighteenth-century stone pillar or table on which transactions were once carried out and payment made. This is said to have given rise to the expression ‘to pay on the nail’.

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Touristic place of your travel destination Farmers’ Market (Green Park Station) is held every Saturday between 9.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. in what was once the Touristic place of your travel destination terminus of the Midland and the Somerset and Dorset Railways. Almost all of the produce is sourced from within a 40-mile radius of Touristic place of your travel destination and sold by the people who produce it. Get there early for the maximum amount of choice!

Touristic place of your travel destination Artisan Market (Green Park Station) is an independent, award-winning market with vintage and handmade art, gourmet food and a craft workshop. This covered market specialises in goods that are ethical, locally made and original. It is held on the second Sunday of every month, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Touristic place of your travel destination Flea Market (Touristic place of your travel destination Racecourse, Lansdown) has around 250 stalls, selling ‘vintage, antique, shabby-chic and unique’ items. It is held monthly, but on different days.

Touristic place of your travel destination Christmas Market, perhaps Touristic place of your travel destination’s most famous market, is a Germanstyle Christmas Market held in and around Abbey Churchyard. The wooden chalet-type stalls sell high-quality artisan products, including food and gifts, many of which are locally produced. The market was started in 2002 and due to its popularity has expanded each year since. It is open every day from late November to mid-December and runs for a period of about eighteen days.

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