Street and weekly Markets on the Garda

Shopping and street markets



Market-day is one of Verona’s most enduring traditions, and this applies to the rest of its Province and Italy as well. For the tourist it is an irresistable attraction, for us Italians, however, it’s part and parcel of everyday life: a place where you meet friends, haggle over prices and chat in the local dialect.
The market isn’t just a place where you buy things cheaply: it’s also where you get in touch with tradition and make up for lost time. On market-days we all act as our parents did when we were young-we talk about what’s happening in the world and sometimes also stick our noses into other people’s business…
One often asks ” Where can I find a market today?” and ” Is there an antique market anywhere?
That is why we have included a list of all the markets in the file below. You can download it and take it with you or contactany of our local tourist boards.Markets and antiques markets in Verona and its district.
Dates, times and information about markets.

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▪  Where is today’s market? Visit http://www.grandiaffariinpiazza.com/


Lake Garda and its markets

If you love to shop, Lake Garda offers countless opportunities, and open-air markets are a very popular option.When traveling street vendors, the oldest form of commerce, decided to group together, open-air markets were born. The open-air markets of Lake Garda are an important tourist attraction and one of the most popular and oldest traditions on the lake.The weekly market on Lake Garda is a bustling, lively place where the locals meet amid the vendor booths. Surrounded by their historical monuments, they repeat age-old customs: speaking in dialect, haggling over prices, chitchatting and discussing the latest events.Tourists and locals browse the colorful open-air markets on Lake Garda which are full of interesting objects and special offers. With their reasonable prices, a large variety of food products (including extra-virgin olive oil, wine, and cheese), clothing, shoes, underwear, linens for bed and bath, handbags and wallets, small appliances, toys, household goods and decorator objects, costume jewelry, and tools, these markets are a shopper’s dream.Browsing the booths at the open-air markets is one of the pleasures of a vacation on Lake Garda. It’s fun to go shopping because there are so many products on display, so it’s almost impossible to go home without buying something new.The open-air markets on Lake Garda, which are usually set up in the historical town center or on the lakefront boulevard, take place once a week in most towns, including SalòDesenzano SirmioneRiva del Garda andLimone sul Garda.Besides the regular markets, some towns on Lake Garda also have flea markets where collectors can pick up antiques and interesting items.





  • Peschiera Del Garda
  • Torri del Benaco
  • Moniga del Garda


  • Desenzano
  • Limone sul Garda
  • Rovereto
  • Torbole – 2nd and 4th of the month


  • Arco – 1st and 3rd of the month
  • Lazise
  • Riva del Garda – 2nd and 4th of the month


  • Bardolino
  • Toscolano – Maderno
  • Trento


  • Garda
  • Lugana di Sirmione
  • Manerba del Garda


  • Malcesine
  • Salo’