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There’s not much I love more than a good market. Doesn’t matter what kind it is either. Flea market? Yes, please. Farmer’s Market? I’m there! Perhaps the only thing better than a market is a market in Rome. If you love markets as much as me, then you have to go to these 2 Rome markets the next time you’re there!
2 Rome Markets You Have To Go To
Porta Portese Flea Market
This flea market puts all other flea markets to shame. There’s a mix of new and old, and you’ll see everything. In need of some new clothes? Check. Fresh flowers? Check. Books? Light fixtures? Marble statues? Gold furniture? Check, check, check!
The prices are even pretty reasonable too. It’s open at 9 am only on Sunday mornings so make sure you don’t miss it! It’s sprawling and huge. So be prepared to walk!
Campo de’ Fiori Market
Campo de’ Fiori is this really cute square that holds this daily market. It’s way smaller than the Porta Portese flea market, but I also think it has more charm. You’ll find fresh fruit and veggies, olive oil, spices, fresh flowers, and a couple stands with knick-knacks and souvenirs.
We stumbled there around 8-9 am and people were mostly set up, but not finished yet.
Make sure you roam around this area when you’re done! The area is really pretty!
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Whether you want food, souvenirs, home decor, or knick-knacks, these markets will provide that for you.
Now who knows when and if I’ll be able to enjoy a Roman market again, so in the meantime, I’ll be enjoying my own local markets!