We’ve put together a list of some of the best markets worth visiting in Joburg to give you a good sense of what’s happening in this trendy metropolitan.
Blog posts: Markets
Discover the best local and international markets, from food extravaganzas to arts and crafts, there’s something for everyone. Never miss out on where and when markets spring up with this handy page. As markets pop up out of the blue sometimes we put the onus on our writers discovering even the most rare markets. Be the first to try out some new produce or come and join the many in a celebration of creating and selling wares.
Cape Town has organic food markets, vintage markets, night markets, pop-up markets and flea markets. To help you make up your mind about which ones to visit, here’s a list of my favourite markets in Cape Town.
Christmas is rolling in and if the prospect of packed shopping malls is threatening your Christmas cheer, try one of these Christmas markets instead.
Planning a trip along the Garden Route? Here’s a selection of Garden Route markets you have to visit.
Christmas markets are the way to go if you can’t stand the thought of listening to Boney M at your local shopping centre while fighting over the last Christmas mince pies at Woolworths and having a trolley or pram jammed into your achilles tendon. Instead you can enjoy the fresh air while you shop for gifts, indulge in delicious fare and even relax over a glass of wine.
With the warmer months around the corner, start looking to what you are going to do on the weekends. One thing that you need to do, if you have not done already, is go to the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock!
The Neighbourgoods market in Johannesburg is a hive of activity, with people turning out to sample the deliciousness come rain or shine.
Inner city living is on the rise, and the hustle and bustle of Market on Main epitomizes what’s exciting about being urban.
The third in a mini photo series of Cape Town’s markets, check out Market on the Wharf in the V&A Waterfront – a permanent artisan market.
In Cape Town, food markets are popping up like daisies in spring. Here’s a photo series about some of them. First up: The City Bowl Market in Hope Street.