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Markets of the World

This website has information about two very different types of markets:

Ethnic Markets in Eastern Massachusetts

Individual grocery stores, bakeries, meat stores, pasta shops, and other locations selling food (and some non-food items) from a particular country, region, or culture. Most of the markets are in Metropolitan Boston, but the site has some coverage in the rest of Massachusetts, plus a market or two in Rhode Island and New Hampshire.

The market list lets you choose to view only markets of a particular type or cuisine, while the map lets you zoom in to see all markets in a particular area.

Waban Market, Newton

Public Markets Worldwide

A public market is a place, which could be indoors, under a pavilion roof, or open-air, where multiple vendors sell products ranging from food to flowers to antique furniture. Some are open daily, while others are seasonal or are open just a few days a week or a month.

This side of the website also has a filterable list of markets, as well as a market map.

Cours Saleya in Nice, France

Travel Advisories

Before making plans to visit another country, we recommend that you consult the US State Department list of Travel Advisories and Alerts.