Markets in Rome

Markets in Rome, Rome, Italy (B)

On this page of The Travel Bunny’s free Rome travel guide, you can discover the permanent and temporary markets in Rome. You should really visit a couple of them, to get a taste of the local life.

Campo de’ Fiori is a picturesque market in the heart of Rome. This medieval square has a dark past, as the serious statue of Giordano Bruno reminds us. He was burned for his heresy here. And this is also the spot of many other executions that took place during the Inquisition.

Nowadays, during the day, you can explore Campo de’ Fiori while searching for fruit, vegetables, fish, and flowers. At night, it turns into a lively meeting spot for both locals and travelers. Besides many cool bars and restaurants, Campo de’ Fiori also hosts live street performances.

Located on Via Trionfale, Mercato dei Fiori is not to be confused with Campo de’ Fiori, one of the most famous markets in Rome. Here, you can admire and buy both fresh flowers and potted plants of all sorts. And the best thing is that the prices are budget-friendly. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Markets in Rome
Guide Location: Italy » Rome
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Mirela Letailleur
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Campo de’ Fiori
  • Flower Market (Mercato dei Fiori)
  • Rome’s Central Market (Mercato Centrale Roma)
  • San Cosimato Market (Mercato di San Cosimato)
  • Sannio Street Market (Mercato di Via Sannio)
  • Old Prints Market (Mercato delle Stampe)
  • Porta Portese Market (Mercato di Porta Portese)
  • Testaccio Market (Mercato di Testaccio)
  • Trionfale Market (Mercato Trionfale)
  • Valmelaina Market (Mercato di Valmelaina)

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