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Shopping-Market in Rome



Porta Portese is probably Rome's largest open air market, where you can litterally buy anything from home furnishings to a button.

It is only open on Sunday mornings and is located in Trastevere on Via Portunese and Via Ippolito Nievo.


Campo de' Fiori is located in the center of the old city, and one of Rome's most colorful squares. The market has been located there for centuries and is open mornings every day except Sunday.  The market only sells food items and flowers but the array and varieties are worth seeing.

The market is located at the Piazza Campo de' Fiori.


Mercato di Via Sannio offers a variety of new and used clothing at reasonable prices.  At first there doesn't appear to be anything, until you get to the large covered section.

The market is located on Via Sannio near San Giovanni.


Mercato delle Stampe is where Italians generally go to purchase second hand books and magazines, and others go to bargain for old books, prints of Italian scenes and other collectibles.  Most of the vendors speak Italian only, but a few are versed in other languages. 

The market is open Monday - Saturday mornings and is located on Largo dela Fontanella di Borghese.





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