Markets in Rome

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Smaller and larger markets are integral part of Rome's everyday life, both popular among locals and many tourists.

Campo dei Fiori, Monday-Saturday, 6:00-14:00.
Very old Roman market with long traditions - sells wide range of goods including flowers, fruit, vegetables, fish, pork, bread. High quality products, so don't expect very cheap prices here. This market is also one of the most popular spots for tourists and photographers.

Piazza San Cosimato, every day except Sundays from 6:00 - 13:30
The Piazza San Cosimato food market is selling a variety of food, drink, flowers and  some household items.

Underground, Saturday - 15:00 to 20:00, Sunday - 10:30 to 19:30, closed in summer, Via Francesco Crispi, 96, Rome
Antiques and collectors' fair where the majority of the traders are private individuals, driven by their particular interest and enthusiasm. There is also an special information point for  tourists who visit the market.