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Farmers Markets

This land of castles and monasteries has also preserved the tradition of farmers' and specialty markets.
As in the rest of South Tyrol, there are no oversized shopping malls: direct sellers and small-scale producers offer their wares at the markets year round. In the region’s largest municipalities, Merano and Lana, there is a sizable traditional Friday market and several smaller farmers’ markets throughout the week at which you’ll find the locals hawking their fresh, seasonal produce. There are also flea markets held several times a year.

The specialty markets
The specialty markets are distributed nicely over the course of the year. In spring, you’ll find a large South Tyrolean farmers’ market in Scena (Schenna); a little later the Farmers’ Gourmet Mile is held in the pedestrian zone of Lana. Even the smaller towns in the surrounding areas offer speciality and gourmet markets. You’ll find a vast Italian Gourmet Market, at which all regions of Italy are represented, along the Merano’s main promenade at the end of June.

Tip: The art and ceramics market in Naturno (Naturns) is a real insider’s tip. Artists and craftsmen from across Europe come to Merano to display valuable ceramics, from timeless works of art right up to the latest trends.
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