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“Amazing local playground”

Piazza San Cosimato
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US$200.85*
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Private Segway Experience with Lunch: Trastevere...
Ranked #603 of 2,004 things to do in Rome
Reviewed 10 July 2017

As part of the piazza is a playground which many local children were playing at. Our 2yo son loved playing in the park on the slides, rides and toys that people had donated. It's a great facility for families staying in the area (which I'd highly recommend) and there's a great toy shop across the street with a train track table to play on when you get too hot outside.

Thank adamontour
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Reviewed 13 April 2016

The square is well known for its food outdoor market, with lot of seasonal fruits and vegetables. It is a colorful and lively place, a true heart of the friendly neighborhood of Trastevere!

Thank Borzov
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Reviewed 5 April 2016

I took a walk early in the morning at Trastevere & found the San Cosimato Market which is a market for the locals. The products are very good & fresh & the people are very nice. This is the true true Rome.

Thank jul139
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Reviewed 6 November 2015

Multi-use piazza.... kids playgrounds, kiosks and market shops (vegetables, meat...fish)
Always crowded and lovely.
Most important it is away from the touristic Rome.

Thank Costy M
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Reviewed 16 July 2012

We've stayed in an apartment on this piazza, and will again later this year. If you want a real neighborhood with plenty of local people and all the requisite shopping for city life, this is it. If, however, you want to be in the heart of the historic center, then you should be near the Pantheon or Piazza Navona. From Piazza San Cosimato one must walk about 15 minutes (I'm not young) to reach Piazza Navona or the Pantheon. Formerly we rented a place very much closer to the center, but we get a little more for the money in Trastevere. The area is plenty historic, but the most popular attractions require either a little walk, or a three-stop ride on tram #8, getting off at Largo Argentina. The market (Mon-Sat) on the Piazza is nice, but there are morning markets everywhere, as well as specialty foodstores and supermarkets (understand please, that these "supermarkets" are very small by US standards, but very adequate. Therefore, for the sacrifice of not being smack in the middle of the historic center, one pays less for an espresso or a meal, and gets more of an apartment than one can get for the same money in the center. We've done it both ways. I love being in the center, but at Piazza San Cosimato I pay 3 euros for my double espresso, and in the center I pay 5 for the same thing. The restaurants in Trastevere are plentiful and at least as good as in the center, if not better, and you're living in a real neighborhood.

9  Thank sonostudente
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