Mercado Publico de Porto Alegre, established in 1869, is the oldest public market in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Considered a very important landmark, it continues to be a gathering spot and integral part of the city’s history and culture.
Located in the center of the city, the market has more than 190 establishments. It has numerous coffee shops, snack bars, barber shops, bookstores and pet shops. It has mainstays such as Gambrinus, Banco 40 and the Navy Bar.
Tourist and locals will find regional products such as beef jerky, yerba mate, honey, cachaca and natural bush. There are also baked goods, locally farmed meats, fresh fruits, dairy products and handmade crafts.Places nearby:
Farroupilha Park: Porto Alegre's Fun in the Sun 1 km / 0 mi
Arena Do Gremio: Home of The Porto Alegrense 6 km / 4 mi
Sao Jorge Castle: Lisbon's Highest Point 175 km / 108 mi
The Public Market Offers a Wide Assortment of Seafood 375 km / 233 mi
Feirinha do Largo da Ordem: A Weekly Tourist Favorite in Curitiba 546 km / 339 mi