Flea markets in Rome

One of the most attractive cities in the world to visit on vacation is RomeAnd it is that the Italian capital has so many things to offer that you could be there for weeks and still not see everything. On many occasions we have told you about this wonderful city and the many things you can visit and do during your trip, and today I will focus on one that almost everyone loves to do when we go on a trip: go to street markets.

There are many open-air markets all over the city and where you can find all kinds of things, as well as getting fully into a world of cultures where Roman, as it could not be otherwise, predominates. Take note of the flea markets of Rome more interesting:

Fiori market: It is food and in it you can find typical Italian food every morning, which gives the Piazza dei Fiori a spectacular setting with thousands of tourists visiting all the stalls, although the Romans themselves also come to buy there.

Mercato della Stampe: It is in Piazza Borguese, a small square where stalls dedicated to collectors come together where you can find all kinds of books, stamps, posters, autographs, celebrity clothing and much more. It has been celebrating for more than 50 years and you can find very interesting things from just a couple of euros.

Mercato of Via Sannio: It is in a commercial area, near the Aurelian walls, so there are always a lot of people, although it is definitely worth a visit, especially if you like antiques and second-hand items. It is open from Monday to Saturday and although it is small it has a lot of charm since in the area you will not only enjoy a very special flea market but the architecture that you will see is spectacular.

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