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Mercato di Campagna Amica del Circo Massimo

Stock up on the kitchen essentials at Mercato di Campagna Amica del Circo Massimo. Organized by the Campagna Amica, a foundation patronizing local produce, this farmer's market is held near the ancient Circus Massimus. The fresh vegetables, fruits, meat and legumes are offered at fabulous prices. Olive oil, milk and pasta are also sold here. Grab a shopping basket and set off to this quaint and interesting market for a fun adventure.

Trionfale Market

Known for the best bargains in town, this market is the best kept secret of Rome. It offers a variety of items including food items, clothes, accessories and shoes. A regular chaos, it is interesting to watch the activity that takes place here. The market is a little dirty and not very well-maintained. However, this only adds to its raw and rustic appeal. During peak hours it is difficult to move from one stall through other due to the huge crowds. Whenever one is in the area, do visit this market for a memorable experience.

Nuovo Mercato di Testaccio

This market has long been an attraction for locals and tourists alike. With sturdy stalls and just about any meat, dairy, or vegetable product you can find, Nuovo Mercato di Testaccio provides its shoppers with a genuine Italian market experience. It was originally known as Mercato di Testaccio till it shifted its location. Clothes, shoes, and other knick-knacks can be found if you just look hard enough. The building is impressive with solar panels and high ceilings.

Villa Gloria

Looking for a bit of everything? Villa Gloria, a flea market sells a range of products from cutlery to fashionable clothes and even lamps and dishes. Open every second Sunday of the month, from 9a to 8p, a great number of traders travel to Villa Gloria during September-June to sell artisan artifacts and antiques. Purchase Roman memorabilia at great bargains and carry them home as a reminder of your wonderful journey to Italy.

Porta Portese

The name Porta Portese is today linked to the area in front of the ancient gateway where Rome's most famous market is held each Sunday. The market offers clothes, books and second-hand items of every imaginable type. In fact, Porta Portese was the name of the gateway built on the orders of Pope Urban VIII but only finished during the pontificate of Innocent X. It was built on the site of the more ancient Porta Portuense from which it has derived its (vulgarized) modern name. The position of the ancient gate made it enormously important as it governed the trading traffic between Rome and its port (Ostia) but, unfortunately, it was demolished and we only know of its appearance from drawings.

Il Mercato dei Fiori

A site for public prosecutions in the olden days, this food market is famous throughout the city and is worth a visit even if you have no intention to buy anything. In the mornings the entire place is filled with fresh flowers lugged by the vendors, making it a sight to behold As well as fresh fish and meat counters, huge amounts of seasonal fruits and vegetables, oriental, Indian and Italian spices and cereals in many different varieties are available here. If buying something then remember to bargain well.

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