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Municipal Market, Ribeirao Preto

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The large Vs along the front facade of Municipal Market going up to a series of rounded bumps look like of a series of concrete ice-cream cones standing side by side. It's the market's interior, though, that will really whet your appetite. Here you'll find a cornucopia of delectable local treats, with colorful and aromatic fruits, spices, and flowers creating a feast for your eyes and nose. You can also shop for meat, dairy, cheese, pastries, and handicrafts, among other products. If you're not in the mood to cook for yourself, have someone at one of the food stalls whip up a local specialty for you. Air conditioning also makes Municipal Market an excellent respite on hot and humid days. Take a look at our Ribeirao Preto vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Municipal Market and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This place was awesome and a must see while in Sao Paulo. There are various booths with exotic fruits, fish, meats, and all types of souvenirs, plus awesome restaurants upstairs. I loved the fruit sta...  more »
  • The municipal market is an iconic place at São Paulo. You can find there food not only from all Brazil but also from around all the world. The surroundings are ugly and dirty, but once you are inside ...  more »
  • If you miss the market when you are in Sao Paulo you have missed a major slice of life here. The market is packed with all the goods one would need. Spices, meat, fruit, cheese, beer, wine, and more. ...  more »