We’ve put together a list of market places to visit throughout areas of the UK, looking at some of the highlights and some of the items sold at outdoor indoors markets throughout towns and cities around Great Britain.
If you’re en route on the M5 on your journey, it may be worth visiting St Nicholas market in Bristol - gathered in Bristol’s old centre, the main are of the market trades six days a week, with a large collection of retailers in the city. with a selection of local produce from dairy through to fresh fruit and veg.
Located south down the A1 from Durham, the Catterick Market is considered one of the biggest Sunday market in the north of England, selling everything from dairy product, meats to electronics. Live music, circus acts, beer festivals and other entertainments provide in the area throughout the day.
Worth a stop off if you’re heading north or south down the M1, is Leicester, it’s the biggest covered market in Europe. With a mix of traders selling electronics, fruit and vegetables, exotic herbs and spices, jewellery, fabrics, antiques, and with a brand new food hall that offers a huge range of quality fish products, meats and some of the countries best cheeses, with over 300 stalls.
One of the country's largest farmers' market, which has around 95 stalls. Located just north of Southampton in Winchester.
This traditional Welsh market town has a twice-weekly livestock market, there is also an antique and collectors' market on the last Saturday of the month and a farmers' market on the second Saturday of each month.