A Complete Map Of All The Farmer's Markets In Montreal

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A Complete Map Of All The Farmer's Markets In Montreal

Montreal is essentially a mecca for farmers markets. We already have an entire list of all the best markets in the city but, to make it easier for you, we found a map. No longer will you have to waste all that time Google mapping, because it's already done for you. How much easier could it get? All you need is a hovercraft to take you to take you to the market and someone to carry your bags on the way home, then you'll be golden.

Here are three of our favourites:

1. Marche Jean Talon

7070 Avenue Henri Julien

2. Atwater Market

138 Avenue Atwater

3. Marchés Publics de Montréal

4445 Rue Ontario E

Click here to see the full map, and discover the rest of the farmers markets in Montreal.

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