36 Hours in Turin, Italy: Things to Do and See

9 a.m. Get carried away at a sprawling market

The Mercato di Porta Palazzo, in the grand Piazza della Repubblica, is one of Europe’s largest markets, and it thrills in size and sprawl. The market is divided into quadrants, each with its own specialty. In one, stalls overflow with the nation’s agricultural bounty, including Sicilian lemons, Sardinian artichokes and Pugliese peppers. Another has sunglasses, suitcases, pajamas, Italian soccer jerseys, and other inexpensive clothes and accessories. A third houses the Antico Tettoia dell’Orologio — a covered glass-and-metal market hall packed with purveyors of coffee, cheeses, cured meats, breads, olives and other classic Italian delicacies, while the fourth quadrant contains the

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