What do you think the best place that describes the city? I’ll answer this question. The local bazaar! There is one in Minsk. You can find anything here. You’ll satisfy your garstronomic needs, and most importantly, plunge into the atmosphere of real Minsk!
Komarovsky market is divided into two parts: indoor market and seasonal bazaar.
The pavilion is unique because of its architecture, built in 1980. Construction of this kind is a monument of architecture and urban planning. This unique building is the only one in Europe. At the central entrance of the market sits a bronze grandmother who sells seeds, a peculiar symbol of Komarovka.
A distinctive feature of the covered market is the presence of a shopping arcade reserved for the sale of dairy products from a personal farmstead. The freshest home-made cottage cheese, butter, sour cream and cheese can be purchased exclusively at Komarovka.
As for me, I really like to buy all kinds of desserts and fresh fruits here.
I recommend this place to visit and suggest that you find your own gastronomic orgasm!