Open until January 6, it is made up of 78 huts with products from Italy and the world
Seventy-eight wooden huts, arranged along a path that winds between corso Vittorio Emanuele II, via ex Camposanto and via Martini. It was inaugurated today Christmas market in Piazza Duomo, in Milan. This morning, at the ribbon cutting, the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala with the councilor for economic development Alessia Cappello, the president of Confcommercio Carlo Sangalli and the president of Apeca (the street vendors association of Confcommercio Milano) and Fiva Confcommercio Giacomo took part Errico. Promoted by Apeca and Confcommercio Milano and organized by Ati Promo.Ter – Prisma, the market will be open until January 6thevery day – even at Christmas – from 8.30 to 22.
Food and handicraft productsexcellence and many gift ideas proposed by the exhibitors. From the objects of the Christmas tradition (tree decorations with blown glass Christmas balls from Northern Europe, curiosities and products for the crib) to handcrafted creations, bijoux, natural cosmetics, boiled wool accessories typical of South Tyrol, items for home, to the countless solutions for decorating the festive table. And the paraphernalia from various parts of Worldwide. The offer is also rich and varied in terms of gastronomic specialties from the various Italian regions. For example, it will be possible to find bottarga, smoked meats and typical Sardinian products, cheeses and cured meats from the tradition of our country, Apulian preserves, Umbrian butchery, artisan panettone, Val Camonica honey, traditional Sicilian products, selected wines and liqueurs. But also the gastronomy of Eastern Europe, spices and infusions from all over the world, the typical Italian and international desserts.
It will also be present the chocolate island: the production cycle will be presented with a master chocolatier from Pavia, from the bean to the finished product, to then be offered to the public in all forms and varieties. In the events area it will be possible to admire a creche life-size, while on the other side a “permanent theater” will be set up with a space dedicated to children (involved with fairy tales, tales of storytellers, puppets, game shows and magic). As per tradition, thanks to the market, contributions will be donated to the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano, the Cancer Institute, the Casa della Carità Foundation, the Cav-Center for Life Aid of the Mangiagalli Clinic and the Mariuccia Asilo Foundation, a historic Milanese institution that helps the little ones.