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Haagse Markt, The Hague
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  • It is the largest of Europe is a lie without a shadow of a doubt, just being in Cambden Town in London or Barcelona market, not to say "A fera o Luni" in Catania. Not to mention that these have that local flavor missing entirely at the market in Den Haag. It is simply about fifty stalls in Indian file inside a fenced yard in poor area. The atmosphere is one of desolation, never seen a market with so few people and vivacity. Then Dutch you sell little or nothing, mostly it's poor clothing Made in China sold by merchants of Turkish origin and other various nationalities. I love wandering the markets do not understand how this is done among the list of tourist spots. Might as well turn to the downtown shops.
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  • Recently the Haagse Markt has been renovated and it looks very tidy and clean now. Hygienic stalls with fresh fish, meat (halal or regular), cheeses, fruits, veggies etc. The lanes are quite wide so e...  more »
  • Friday, Sat, Mon, days open. The biggest open air Market in Europe. Branded hobby tools at a very affordable price. Lekkerbek (Marshmallow fish). Insanıorada each country.
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  • Market has been rebuilt a few months ago. Facilities are awesome and so is parking. I would complain "too crowded". But hey, that's not always a bad thing. The variety of produce and products available is HUGE. Practically everything is available here. If you get tired, there are plenty of options to refuel with food too!
  • It's a good place to get cheap fruit and vegetables (the cheapest). The life nearby can get you other cheap groceries. It has wide variety of vegetables and fruits are mostly sold in their season. The market is famous for being one of the biggest in Europe. They recently renovated the market by building stands (which sellers must now hire for a higher price). In my opinion this losses some of the charm the market used to have. Though it's still always a very busy place.
  • Goede koper dan de supermarkt.
  • Great varieties of products. Clothing, kitchen wares, and food. You get the freshest fruits and vegetables at a proportion of the supermarkets prices. Great savings. Awesome experience.
  • The best open farmers market in Europe. It's open on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Allways very busy and fool od people. It's difficult to find a parking near the market, but I recommend to visit it. In 2015 it was completely renewed.