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Rome is not only famous for its monuments, but also for its’ people culture. Markets are an important part of this culture, combining old tradition with new ideas.

Here’s a list of the most famous markets in Rome that you have to visit if you want to be part of Roman culture.


MERCATO TESTACCIO
MERCATO TESTACCIO
MERCATO TESTACCIO

MERCATO TESTACCIO

Address: via Beniamino Franklin.
Open: from Monday to Saturday, from 7 am to 3,30 pm.


MERCATO MONTI
MERCATO MONTI
MERCATO MONTI

MERCATO MONTI

Address: Via Leonina 46.
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm.


PORTA PORTESE
PORTA PORTESE
PORTA PORTESE

PORTA PORTESE

Address: Piazza di Porta Portese /Via Ippolito Nievo.
Open: Sunday from 6 am to 2 pm.


MERCATO SAN COSIMATO
MERCATO SAN COSIMATO

MERCATO SAN COSIMATO

Address: Piazza di S. Cosimato.
Open: from Monday to Saturday, from 6,30 am to 2,30 pm.


NUOVO MERCATO ESQUILINO (Ex Piazza Vittorio)
NUOVO MERCATO ESQUILINO (Ex Piazza Vittorio)
NUOVO MERCATO ESQUILINO (Ex Piazza Vittorio)

NUOVO MERCATO ESQUILINO (Ex Piazza Vittorio)

Address: Via Filippo Turati, 160.
Open: from Monday to Saturday. Mon-wed-thu: from 5 am to 3 pm. Tue-fri-sat: from 5 am to 5 pm.


MERCATO CAMPO DE’ FIORI
MERCATO CAMPO DE’ FIORI
MERCATO CAMPO DE’ FIORI

MERCATO CAMPO DE’ FIORI

Address: Campo de’ fiori.
Open: from Monday to Saturday, from 7 am to 2 pm.


FARMER’S MARKET CIRCO MASSIMO
FARMER’S MARKET CIRCO MASSIMO
FARMER’S MARKET CIRCO MASSIMO

FARMER’S MARKET CIRCO MASSIMO

Address: Via San Teodoro, 74.
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm.


BIO-MERCATO ALLA CITTA’ DELL’ALTRA ECONOMIA
BIO-MERCATO ALLA CITTA’ DELL’ALTRA ECONOMIA
BIO-MERCATO ALLA CITTA’ DELL’ALTRA ECONOMIA

BIO-MERCATO ALLA CITTA’ DELL’ALTRA ECONOMIA

Address: Largo Dino Frisullo / Lungotevere Testaccio.
Open: Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.


FARMER’S MARKET GARBATELLA
FARMER’S MARKET GARBATELLA
FARMER’S MARKET GARBATELLA

FARMER’S MARKET GARBATELLA

Address: Via Passino.
Open
: Saturday (from 8,30 am to 6 pm) and Sunday (from 8,30 am to 2,30 pm)


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