The front entrance is at 25 Via Ugo Bassi and the rear entrance is on the semi-pedetrianised Via Belvedere. My map here.
Built in 1910, it houses market stalls that were previously located in Piazza Maggiore. It’s a small market with around 40 vendors including greengrocers, fishmongers, cheesemongers, butchers and bakers, many of whom have attractive displays of quality ingredients.
One unusual product I saw was Ciccioli Campagnoli, a mixture of bacon, the throat parts of the pig and spices which are then pressed in a sack ‘country style’.
After a renovation in 2014, several restaurants and wine bars were added. Unfortunately many of these were closed in the evenings when I was there due to covid restrictions, so again, another place for next time!
The market is open from 07:00 in the morning until 19:30 in the evening.
Medieval architecture next!