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Salamanca Market

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"Salamanca Market operates on a Saturday morning from 8:30am to 3pm and is one of Australia's best and biggest artisan markets - a must-see when you visit Nipaluna/Hobart! Salamanca Market is held in Salamanca Place and is around a 10 to 15 minute walk from the CBD or city centre. Simon is a very biased Tasmanian but he reckons Salamanca is the best market in Oz. Whether it's a tasty treat, a thoughtful gift or simply great produce - you'll find it all in abundance at Salamanca Market. Simon's hot tip: The buskers! You'll see some amazing local musical talent. Oh and the Smallest Pancakes in Town are pretty delish too!! "
"This beautiful market is a must-visit in Hobart and takes place every Saturday at Salamanca Place and boasts stalls selling handicrafts from the country's top designers and artists, including leather goods, locally distilled gin, ceramics and much more. You can also find delicious cheap-eats there."
"Salamanca Street Markets, found on Salamanca Place are open every Saturday from 8:30am - 3pm. A wide range of farmers market produce, clothing, gifts, and food stalls make it a great place to spend the morning. I would recommend Pocket curries for lunch, as seen in 3rd picture! "
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