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The market in Feodosia attracts not only residents of the city, but also tourists. The outlets are conveniently located and can be reached by any public transport. A large assortment of goods, including local Crimean fruits and vegetables, clothes, shoes, makes this market universal for most visitors.
The central market of Feodosia offers products at an average price of 20-30 rubles lower than in shops and supermarkets. It is often used as a wholesale base by the owners of local cafes and restaurants.
Opening hours and location
The market in Feodosia is located on Oktyabrskaya Street. Trolleybuses and fixed-route taxis go to it. The stop has an identical name - "Central Market".
The central market is open from 8 am to 6 pm. However, many pavilions work several hours longer, especially during the warm season of the year. The market in Feodosia is located in the tourist area, so there are always a lot of people there. If you do not want to spend half a day in queues, then it is better to come to the market at a time when there is not a large flow of customers. As a rule, this is 10-12 am, as well as lunch and afternoontime: from 14:00 to 16:00.
The market in Feodosia mainly specializes in food. There are pavilions selling local fruits and vegetables. A comparative analysis of prices showed that on the central trading platform of Feodosia, you can buy a regular set of food products (carrots, tomatoes, onions, potatoes, beetroot, cabbage, etc.) at an average price of 10-15% lower than in local supermarkets and grocery stores. stores. Fresh meat, fish, dairy products, groceries are also sold somewhat cheaper. That is why this market is chosen by those who want to save money.
But also other things necessary in everyday life are offered at the central market. Including various household chemicals, cosmetics, clothes, shoes, children's goods, flowers are sold here cheaper. On the territory there are cafes, small eateries where you can have a bite to eat.
The central market in Feodosia, like many other Crimean ones, offers souvenirs to tourists. Here you need to pay for it several times less than in retail outlets near the Black Sea coastal zone. There are also pavilions selling healing Crimean mountain teas and local honey.