1. Borghetto Flaminio Market
The Borghetto Flaminio Market is the right place to pick up rare antiques, designer clothing, and the fine cast-offs of Rome’s elite. Spend a wonderful day here shopping entire range of beautiful collection of antiques & fashion based product. Come and shop here, and Let your shoppaholic interests be fulfilled.
Rome’s glamorous and fashionable designs are available here in this flea market at an affordable price. You’ll find all the renowned brabds, be it Armani sunglasses, Gucci handbags, and fur coats. It has got everything in the stalls lined up on the market streets. There’s no doubt if you shop here once, you won’t be able to resist yourself from shopping again.
2. Porta Portese Market
Rome’s largest market, the Porta Portese Market owns endless number of stalls and traders in carpets, materials, antique goods, clothing. If you’re a pet lover, you’ll find stores selling domestic pets. All kinds of furniture and decorative sets can be found here.
Shop here to soak up vibrant atmosphere, colors, and busy city noise. The Porta Portese Market is a perfect place to buy souvenirs at an amazing price. If you love art pieces to enhance your home look, buy the antique pieces available at the shops selling them at a fair price. You can find the newest Fashion trends here.
3. Fontanella Borghese Market
The Fontanella Borghese Market is a heaven for literature and art lovers to peruse ancient etchings, prints and books. Love for books is hard to resist, but you don’t need to stop yourself from buying. Because this place is a one of the best places to buy an amazing collection of books and encyclopaedias.
Explore the fascinating collections of items. The market is the perfect place to pick up unique gifts. Antique maps, vintage posters, used cameras, old magazines and newspapers, and exquisite art, are just a few of the treasures to be discovered here at Fontanella Borghese Market.
4. La Soffitta Sotto
This flea market is a great place to shop for bric-a-brac and vintage wares. This place has beautiful jewellery collections. The items here exhibit some of the best vintage styles in Rome, with silk scarves, crystal beads, antique lace.
If you’re in love with antiques and home decor goods, you’d love to shop here. You’ll get it all here from vintage to modern styles. Name it and you’ll find them here, from high end brands to cheap wholesale products. Shopping at this place would be a never forgetting experience.
5. Campo de Fiori
Rome’s historic market place, the Campo de Fiori has existed for over 400 years. The name of the market is itself referred to as ‘field of flowers’, and an incredible range of items are available here, including beautiful flowers, fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan Italian meats and cheese, and local delicacies such as truffles and homemade olive oils.
This market is a must visit if you would like to shop here for Italian cusine food items. Enjoy the Italian culture and buy whatever you want. You will definitely give your tongue a delicious time. Lovely Deserts and exotic Italian cusine is the major attractions of the market.
6. Campagna Amica Market
Campagna Amica Market is a hub of delicious food delicacies. The freshest fruit and vegetables in the city are to be found here. Honey almost straight from the hive and olives practically just fallen off the trees: Campagna Amica exhibits the best of Rome’s farm-to-table produce.
This place is a hub of groceries, including fresh produce only. Vegetable oils and spices are also available here at affordable prices. This vegetable market is the hotspot of a vast population who visit the place for a great buy.
7. San Cosimato Market
The market takes its name from the Piazza that it occupies every Monday through Saturday in Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood. The San Cosimato Market will give you the best taste of historic and cultural feel. This place has got the best food items sold by the stalls up the streets.
You can enjoy Swiss gruyere, Occitan goat’s cheeses, Alpine fontina, and local ricotta and quality steaks & meat. These shops sell everything from books, to pasta, fish, and meat. In the summer, Piazza San Cosimato hosts an outdoor cinema.
8. Esquilino Market
Esquilino Market is a home to a truly international range of food stuffs. The market is a hub of colours and smells and has Chinese and Italian taste of its food items. You can find spices, noodles and vegetables & all kinds of fishmongers selling a variety of fishes.
Inside you can find everything from ready-made snacks to pigs feet, cooking pots, spices and seasonal ingredients. You will have huge choices with the number of vendors offering classic Italian ingredients like Mangoes, avocados, sweet potatoes. You will find the best fresh bread at Panificio Roscioli. The mix of cultures of this markets makes it unique in itself.
The community market for Rome’s Testaccio district has nearly 100 stalls, most of which cater to locals’ traditional appetites. Testaccio market is a famous flea market known for its meats, cheeses, pastas and vegetables are sold here. The stalls at the market has a great collection of books, clothes, shoes, comics and pottery. The quality of their produce including seasonal vegetables and fruit, cheese, bread, meat, and fish can not be matched.
The stalls sell exotic pizzette rosse, pizza snacks dressed with tomato sauce; meat and greens, or seasonal vegetables like artichokes or zucchini, cuts typical of the local cuisine like tripe and liver, and little chewy pizzas common to Roman bakeries. Chicken & beef are a major buy here.
10. Nomentano Market
The Nomentano Market has stalls lined up along the streets selling fresh meat, meatballs and skewers. The place has a famous cafe serving the best coffee at a great price. There is a huge variety of cheeses, cured meats, vegetables, pots of honey, mushrooms and other delicacies, available here.
You can grab some freshly harvested fruit & vegetables to pair with most delicious meats, spices, cheeses and olive oils, always present in great variety. The place is to help those who intend to follow the old proverb – “when in Rome, do as the Romans do” – and explore the market scene of the Eternal City.