Rialto markets are located near the famous bridge in San Polo quarter in Venice. Even five hundred years ago, the markets were part of the international and commercial center of the Mediterranean area.
Ships of the Republic of Venice came from its dependency countries loaded with coffee, cloths, spices, ivory and other merchandises which were traded in these famous markets. Even today, the markets are the central markets of the area.
In addition to clothing and other staff, it is also a food market with fruits and vegetables where the most significant one is the colorful sea food market.