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Salamanca Market

Salamanca Pl, Hobart TAS 7001, Australia

Introduction of Salamanca Market

The Salamanca Market (Salamanca Market), located in downtown Horbart, Tasmania's capital, is one of the best-known bazaars in Tasmania and across Australia.

The Salamanca Fair, on the (Salamanca Square) side of Salamanca Square, is said to be one of the largest open-air bazaars in the Southern Hemisphere. The market opens every Saturday from 8: 30 a.m. to 3: 00 p.m., along the way to Georgia-style sandstone warehouses in the 1830s. Early in the morning, hardworking Hobart residents came here to set up a booth.

Unlike the large arts and crafts markets in most tourist cities, the participants in the Salamanca market are mainly local residents, and the goods on sale, in addition to the local famous handicrafts, A large part of their daily necessities, such as flowers, soap, clothing, books and even fresh picked fruits and vegetables. So, in addition to the travelers who were lucky enough to catch up with the Salamanca market, more people came to buy for their daily lives, and the local people came for barter, and the people met like old friends to greet each other. Visitors can visit various shops, enjoy the performances of street artists and musicians, and bargain with local homeowners. Wool-rich countries have led to a well-developed knitting industry, with hand-made teapot sets, each of which can't help but imagine the afternoon tea in the courtyard.


Traffic:

  • Walk south along Hobart wharf for 10 minutes


Tickets:

  • Free


Open time:

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    8:30-15:00
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Australia - Tasmania
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莎拉曼卡市场、萨拉曼卡集市
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(03) 6238 2843
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