Connect with eGuide

Newsletter - weekly travel articles.

Rome attractions

Rome markets

Rome hotels

Anticaja Petrella
Weekend market. Via Monte della Farina, 62.

Campo de' Fiori
If you want to experience some Italian delicacies and enjoy magnificent aromas, this market is the place to go. The prices are higher but the food is delectable.This market starts at 6am and ends up at midday from Monday to Saturday, Piazza Campo de' Fiori, take bus 46, 62 or 64.

This market not only sells the freshest produce from Italy it also has an array of foodstuffs from all over the world. Here you will see food you didn't even know existed let alone tasted. Via Cola di Rienzo (06 687 4383). take bus 32, 70 or 280.

La Soffita in Garage
Sunday morning market. Underground parking lot, Parksi Piazzale del Partgiani

L'Antico in Terrazza Peroni
Antique market on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings. Via Mantova

Mercata di Testaccio
If you want to take in the real culinary delights of Italy, this market will please all your senses. Full of locals and fresh produce, this market is a delightful display of Romans going about their daily business. Piazza Testaccio, take bus 23,75 170 or 280, tram 3

Ponte Milvio
The market runs across the bridge every day except Sunday. Piazzale Ponte Milvio.

Porta Portese
This huge flea market, sells more trash than treasure, but at least you may be able to dig up a little gem that is something typically Roman. You will really have to fight the crowds and be prepared to rummage. However, it is a fun Sunday morning out, best to go early, like 7am, finishes up at 2pm. Via Portuense, Piazza Ippolito Nievo, take bus 75 or 780, tram 3 or 8

Via Sannio
A more civilized market with leather goods, cheap fashions and accessories. Held Monday to Saturday from 9am to 1pm. Off Piazzale Appio, take bus 85, 87 or 850.

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele
This is Rome's largest market and operates from 7am to midday, Monday to Saturday. Fresh produce and other foodstuffs are available as well as stalls of clothing, homewares and other merchandise. Santa Maria Maggiore
back to top