Markets in Umbria Italy

In Umbria there are many markets, small and big. Going to a market is a great opportunity to buy local food, stroll in between the locals and at the same time see a village when it is at its most lively. 

On this page you'll find a list of markets in Umbria. We try to keep this list as much as possible up to date but cannot be held accountable if some market is replaced or even cancelled. If you find some error, please let us know and we will adjust the information.

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Weekly Markets in the bigger towns of Umbria

Weekly markets are only in the morning, roughly from 8 am to 1 pm.
One sells mainly fruit and vegetables, cloths and household utensils.

Montefalco, largo Santa Chiara and largo Buozzi
Panicale, frazione Tavarnelle
Amelia, piazza XX Settembre

San Terenziano

Spello, piazza Matteotti Baschi, piazza Italia
Castiglione del Lago

Avigliano Umbro
Città di Castello
Trevi, piazza Garibaldi
Orvieto, Piazza del Popolo

Spoleto, piazza del Mercato
Tuoro sul Trasimeno
Montevecchio, piazza Garibaldi
Narni Scalo
Bastia Umbra

Montecastrilli, viale Verdi
Passignano sul Trasimeno
Citta di Castello
Perugia - Pian di Massiano (This is a larger market.)
Città della Pieve

Special Markets in Umbria

Here are some special markets in Umbria, the best known. These often take place all day.

Palazzo della Prefettura, in summer, Rocca Paolina, in winter, last weekend of the month. The main attraction here are ceramics, from the most precious to the most utilitarian, all colourfully decorated with patterns in use for centuries. Antique costume jewellery is another highlight.

Bastia Umbra
Piazza Mazzini, Sunday before the 21st in March, June, September and December. In case you didn't figure out the puzzle, this market takes place at the beginning of each of the four seasons, to which it is dedicated. The fifty stands sell small inexpensive items, mostly, against the backdrop of the 14th-century church of Santa Croce.

Piazza Comunale, last week in March. Leading antique dealers from all over Italy gather to sell furniture, paintings, rugs, bronze figures and antique ceramics.

Every year on November 11th Saint Martin's day from the Piazzale della Consolazione up to the Piazza del Popolo are market stalls with porchetta sandwiches, sheep cheeses, shoes, clothes and much more. Blog post: A yearly market in Todi "San Martino".

Historic center of town, second Sunday of the month.

Città di Castello
Town center, third Sunday of the month.


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