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super fun and typical oudoor market with loads of food stands and shops. Open only during the morning.
Interesting place in interesting neighbourhood. Here nothing is posh but everything is real.
The Testaccio market is not just a practical spot to get your groceries, but also a staple hangout amongst locals. The covered stalls are well organised in a bright and spacious structure with a modern vibe. This is the kind of place you can come to grab an espresso, lunch or a fresh cannolo while…
There are plenty of food markets around Rome, so why would you come to Testaccio to check out a food market? For starters, the market at Campo de' Fiori, though it may be famous, is quite touristy and doesn't have much of a selection. Here at Testaccio market you will find all best italian products!…
A good place where you can buy and taste Roman street food. Bel posto per fare la spesa o pranzare nei tumerosi posti di steet food.
In Testaccio neighborhood, this market is PERFECT for buy and taste all kind of italian food! Enjoy it!
This local marcet is one of the most recently renovated in Rome and it has quickly risen to become one of the most coveted destinations by roman foodies looking for premium local produce or some great local street food snacks.
One of Rome's historic markets that has been completely renovated recently. You can find everything you need to cook at home, prepare a snack or just some local delights to take with you as you wander the city.
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