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I am a fan of markets and even before we arrived in Rome, I knew that this market was just across the street from the apartment we were renting.
Maybe that is one of the reasons for my poor review because for 4 days, from...More
We happened on to this, just across the street from our Airbnb. Wow! What selection and low prices! Just about every vendor knew enough English to help us get by. We bought fresh eggs, then found them cheaper at the grocery store, but everything else...More
This is a market where the locals do their shopping. You can find just about anything. There's fresh produce, dairy, meat, fish, poultry, pasta, spices, wine, flowers, household goods, fabric, dry cleaners, a shoe repair, coffee shop, delicatessen, bakery goods...on and on. Colourful, extensive, full...More
Huge indoor fresh market. Buy everything here from wine to vegetables to meat, cheese, household goods. If you're too laden with purchases, ask a shopkeeper to call a cab for you! All worked well and major savings compared to tourist markets. A fun and functional...More
After a bustled visit of the Vatican Museum, we dropped in here for some peace and calm!! There are so many wonderful stalls catering for tourists and locals alike. Tasters are offered at many stalls and there is at least one bar tucked in here...More
The biggest covered food market in Rome, located not far from the Vatican museum. We arranged a local visit with a Roman host (through another abb site, 38€)and it was really good. In addition to the strolling around the market, food and wines tasting was...More
Because there's nothing like it in the US. If there was a heaven for Foodies, this would be it. Over 270 vendors, `every edible thing you can think of...and many things you've never heard of. I loved it more than the ruins. Wish I could...More
We no longer stay in hotels because eating out usually disappoints us unless we have a really good recommendation from a local. With an apartment that has a stove and/or oven makes going to the market an adventure. Just be forewarned that you might see...More
no, not really. It is essentially a food (and some small household/kitchen items) market. you might want to go to porta portese or any district markets (according to the day of the week) for clothing. rather cheap stuff... More
no, not really. It is essentially a food (and some small household/kitchen items) market. you might want to go to porta portese or any district markets (according to the day of the week) for clothing. rather cheap stuff mostly made in china though. I like some of the stands along V. Cola di Rienzo...which blend with some of the cool clothing stores on this mixed street. Not sure which days they are there though.