Ely will welcome the world to its doorstep this coming Bank Holiday when its celebrated international market returns for a 12th year.
The Flavours of the World market will sell everything from authentic North African food to French cheese, Mexican churros and Baltic amber jewellery.
Julia Davis, of Ely Markets, said: “People love seeing something new when they come to our markets.
“We already have a fabulous selection of food, crafts and gifts every week, but this Bank Holiday the Flavours of the World market will give you even more choice than ever.”
For over a decade, Ely’s hosted Continental Markets during Bank Holiday weekends – but last year, that was expanded to include tasty treats from across the globe.
Julia said: “Whether it’s Mexican churros, Spanish paella, German currywurst or exotic sweets, we know you’ll find something you can’t resist.”
As well as a cornucopia of flavoursome foods, visitors will be able to purchase gifts, homewares and more, including scented soaps from Marseille, lavender from Provence, scented oils, jewellery and handmade wooden garden furniture.
The Flavours of the World market takes place in Ely High Street on Saturday, May 26, and in the Market Place on Sunday, May 27 and Bank Holiday Monday. It will run from 8.30am until 3.30pm.
Ely’s regular Craft, Food & Vintage Market and Farmer’s Market will be open as usual on the Market Place on Saturday.