Groningen has a diversity of shops, including numerous design shops with the latest trends, fashion, and novel accessories. Walk through streets filled with aromatic spices and design businesses, or original gift shops. The Grote Markt and Vismarkt are located in the city centre and almost every day there is a fresh goods market. Clothes and antiques are also sold.
Once the cornerstone of Jewish Groningen, the Folkingestraat is now one of the most diverse shopping streets in town. Quaint jewellery shops and galleries interchange with antiques and exotic foodstuffs.
Flavours and colours of Groninger markets
Colourful is one way to describe the Groninger markets. With stalls displaying fruit, vegetables, fish, seafood, cheese, herbs, spices, flowers, nuts, and every other thing imaginable, the markets represent Dutch culture in all its flavours. Taste the atmosphere, listen to the sales people praising their products, and the market may soon be your favourite place to shop and stroll.
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