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This is a nice small market with really nice and very cheap fruit and vegetables. Most people only speak greek so you have to work bit of with your hand and feet to get some stuff.
Quality is really great. We parked at the Lidl...More
Around 80 different stalls selling fresh seasonal fruit, veg and fish at prices much lower than in the supermarket (though it did make me wonder how the producers make a living...). We bought honey, tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, satsumas (so good...) courgettes, garlic and salad leaves....More
Our path through city streets in June took us pass a school with happy children playing. We followed the path of persons leaving with bags at Plateia Basiakou. Streets lined with oranges, cherries, tomatoes, apples, melons in season were sold from 11/2 euros a kilo...More
Shop like the Greeks, who are saving during the Eurozone crisis. Go to your Farmer’s Market near to your hotel.The Farmer’s Market, or Laiki Agora in Tripoli, Greece on Sunday is unforgettable.” Organic products, fresh from local gardens, are the attraction. The markets resemble those...More