St. Lawrence Market

Toronto, Canada

Over 120 vendors located inside former City Hall offices in Toronto, Canada and once named the Best Food Market in the World by National Geographic.

Tsukiji Fish Market

Tokyo, Japan

Largest fish market in the world. Participate in the infamous 5am tuna auction or simply wander around and enjoy the freshest sushi you’ll ever have.

Mercado Central

Santiago, Chile

Located in a grand wrought-iron building in the capital of Chile and known for its spectacular array of fresh seafood.

Queen Victoria Market

Melbourne, Australia

The largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere and listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. As well as an impressive variety of seafood, meats and cheeses, it boasts a wine market on Sundays and  frequent cooking classes.

La Boqueria

Barcelona, Spain

Mediterranean market with a wide array of fresh fruit, seafood, meats, and vegetables. It is also home to Bar Pinotxo, which has a reputation of having the best tapas in Barcelona.

Spice Bazaar

Istanbul, Turkey

The second biggest market in Istanbul and home to a dazzling display of colourful and aromatic spices.

Jemaa El-Fna

Marrakesh, Morocco

Public square filled with an impressive variety of food and street performers used by both locals and tourists. It is mainly known for its orange juice stalls and traditional leather water-bags sold by vendors in the market.

Or Tor Kor Market

Bangkok, Thailand

Or Tor Kor Market offers both fresh and cooked produce in the best Thai cuisine imaginable.

Pike Place Market

Seattle, Washington

110 year old market home to the very first Starbucks and a colourful “gum wall” made up of thousands of chewed up gum pieces. Not only does the market support local farmers and producers, but also provides housing and services to low income families.

Varvakios Agora

Athens, Greece

Athens foremost public market and home to a brilliant array of fresh seafood, most pulled straight from the Aegean. As well as seafood, the bustling market also offers a selection of meats, olives, and cheeses.


Moscow, Russia

A landmark emporium originally built in 1901. Enjoy an impressive array of caviar and cognacs or prepared delicacies like the popular Siberian meat dumplings.

Marche de Rungis

Chevilly-Larue, France

The Rungis International Market is the principal market of Paris, located in the commune of Rungis, in the southern suburbs. It is the largest wholesale food market in the world.

Borough Market

London, UK

Borough Market’s gourmet food market consists of more than 100 stalls and stands. Producers from all over the country bring a range of fresh produce to the market, including fish, meats, vegetables, ciders, cheeses, breads, coffees, cakes and patisseries.