Tag Archive: food markets around the world


When I planned a trip to Rotterdam in the Netherlands last year, I only had Kinderdijk (the iconic 18th century windmills) in my mind, then on my way to the hotel, the taxi driver… Continue reading

Bio Market – Brussels

I walked into this market purely by accident on a weekend a couple of weeks ago and I was amazed how lively and busy it was! They had everything for weekend morning grocery… Continue reading

Marseille market – France

This is the weekly market in Marseille, the oldest and second largest city in Southern France. I visited in the peak of autumn so luscious grapes, pretty artichokes, decadant mushrooms, fresh herbs, chestnuts and… Continue reading

Oslo Food Market Hall – Mathallen

People ask me, why do you visit food markets on a trip? Simple – they differ in every city and village you go to and markets are where you discover the candid life and culture of your destination. Some… Continue reading

Torvehallerne – Copenhagen

Torvehallerne – A  culinary hot spot in Copenhagen which opened in September 2011. It is a new, modern, glass and steel building, which was flooded with natural light. The inside reminded me of… Continue reading