Church Street Market Place, Vermont, USA

The Church Street Marketplace District is a business improvement district created in 1981. Each year some 1.5 million visitors come here to shop, eat, meet and greet, mark milestones, or just pass the time of day.

Helpful info: churchstmarketplace.com

Piazza del Comune, Assisi, Umbria, Italy

Located in the place where the ancient Roman Forum once stood, dominated by the imposing Rocca Maggiore, the rectangular square begins at the end of Corso Mazzini which connects it to the basilica of Santa Chiara. Immediately to the right you can admire the sixteenth-century "fountain of the three lions", revisited in 1762 by Giovanni Martinucci. Summer cafes and stalls are open daily. Holiday bazaars are also regular.

Helpful info: umbria.webcam/assisi

Pike Place Fish Market, Seattle, USA

The Pike Place Fish Market, founded in 1930, is an open air fish market located in Seattle, Washington's Pike Place Market, at the corner of Pike Street and Pike Place. It is known for their tradition of fishmongers throwing fish that customers have purchased, before they are wrapped. After nearing bankruptcy in 1986, the fish market owner and employees decided to become "world famous", changing their way of doing business by introducing their flying fish, games, and customer performances. Four years later, they were featured repeatedly in the national media and television shows. The store is now a popular tourist destination in Seattle, attracting up to 10,000 daily visitors, and is often billed as world-famous.

Website: pikeplacefish.com

Wernigerode Town Square, Germany

Wernigerode is a town in the district of Harz, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. As befits a medieval city, the Wernigerode Town Hall is at the Market Square. In holidays traditional fairs opens in front of the town hall, and you can see everything that happens on the webcam.

Website: wernigerode-tourismus.com

Piazza Martiri della Libertà, Gualdo Tadino, Umbria, Italia

Piazza Martiri della Libertà is the heart of the city of Gualdo Tadino. It overlooks the Church of San Francesco, the cathedral of San Benedetto and the Palazzo Comunale. The Church of San Francesco is one of the first in Umbria, dedicated to the saint. This presents the typical architectural conformation of the churches in the area of Gubbio, Montefalco and Montone; a single nave like the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi but much simpler and more austere. Summer cafe is open daily. Holiday bazaars are also regular.

Helpful info: umbria.webcam