City markets


As a child we would usually always buy some fresh bread and other groceries from the local farmers market every friday. In our summer holidays we would wake up early and ride on our bikes to the closest market, which is about 10 km away from home. Then we would buy greek flatbread, feta cheese and other greek specialities. When my father would get home from work we usually sat outside in the sun and enjoyed being together.

There is something special about markets, and as I really love buying fruits and vegetables, and I really love not spending to much money, I was super enthusiastic when I found out that I live close to one of Scandinavias largest food markets - Bazar Vest. Me and my sister went there in the morning some weeks ago, and it was kind of a world of its own. You feel as if you are somewhere in the Middle East, but actually you are in Denmark.


Later on the same day, me and my sister went to Aarhus Street Food, which is a Street Food market with food from everywhere in the world. It is a nice place to go with some friends, and I guess that there is something for every taste there. But even on a normal November workday it is difficult to find a place to sit, so it is kind of important to come there early in the evening.



Aarhus does really not dissapoint me right now  

Comments

  1. Anonymous8.1.18

    This sounds great. I love every kind of market!

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  2. Klingt super! Toller Beitrag!
    Liebe Grüße,
    Vanessa

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