The Rialto Bridge built on the Grand Canal of Venice is a famous gallery bridge in the city. Visitors to Venice will come here to play. The popularity is very strong. It naturally forms a lively market on both sides of the bridge and on the bridge, where they can buy various souvenirs.
There are hundreds of bridges in Venice, of which the Rialto Bridge is the most famous one. It was built in the 12th century as a wooden bridge. In the 15th century, it was replaced by a stone bridge. Shops, vendors, restaurants and tourists on both sides of the bridge are numerous.
Rialto is the heart of Venice. Every morning except on Sundays there's a colorful open air food market, with scenic views on the Grand Canal. The fish market opens five morning a week, Tuesdays through Saturdays. Don't forget to bring your camera! Hidden in the side alleyways there are some excellent wine and tapas bars and some delicious trattorias.
The Rialto market is not on either side of the Rialto Bridge, but north along the canal. There are many boats moored near a wharf near the river. There are mainly fish markets and processed cooked food. Most of the diners are standing to eat. There are also many small shops around the market, selling some Venetian souvenirs, such as Gondola fridge stickers, as well as mask fridge stickers.
There are many shops on both sides of the Riato Bridge, selling various local snacks, souvenirs and clothing. There is a very beautiful color, round food, do not know what it is, asked to know is bread. There's also a local pizza roll, which tastes good. There are all kinds of spaghetti. It's also a paradise for eating.
The Rialto Fish Market and the fruit and vegetable market are open from 7.30am-1.00pm every day except Sunday. The fish market is not open on Monday. This amazing market has been operating every day for almost a thousand years and is the place to get the freshest of produce.