Borghetto Flaminio Market
Opening hours: Sun 10am-7pm
A true jewel of European cities, modern-day Rome still shines with all the glory of its illustrious past. Visitors flock to Italy‘s capital from all four corners of the globe to experience the history, culture, and, of course, world-famous food of Rome. There’s truly no better place to discover the real Italy than in the outstanding markets of its capital. Follow our guide to discover the unmissable pop-ups and world class traders of the streets of Rome.
Rome’s historic market place, the Campo de Fiori has existed for over 400 years. The site is a must-visit in any Rome travel guide, and this farmers’ market provides a wonderfully authentic taste of Rome. The name translates as ‘field of flowers’, and an incredible range of products are available to buy here, including beautiful flowers, fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan Italian meats and cheese, and local delicacies such as truffles and homemade olive oils. Soak up the wonderfully Italian atmosphere as you rub shoulders with locals haggling for their daily groceries and as amiable traders banter with their neighbors over your head. The market is open daily and best explored in the mornings with the locals.
Opening hours: daily
Campo de Fiori, Piazza Campo de Fiori, Rome, Italy, +39 06 0608
This covered market is a perfect spot for foodies. Campagna Amica Market only trades in food sourced from local Lazio farmers and the region surrounding Rome. The freshest fruit and vegetables in the city are to be found here. On Saturdays and Sundays from 10.30am to 7pm, this farmers’ market by Rome’s iconic Circus Maximus spills over with the best seasonal produce that Rome can offer. 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 and is the perfect way for visitors to support regional farmers and the local environment.
Opening hours: Sat-Sun 10.30am-7pm
Campagna Amica Market, Via di San Teodoro, 70, Rome, Italy, +39 06 489931
Trastevere is one of Rome’s most fascinating areas, with its cobbled backstreets, tranquil hideaways, and many hidden gems. The San Cosimato Market of Trastevere is the best way to gain a taste of this area’s eclectic, historic and cultural feel. The origins of the market date back to the early 20th century and many of the vendors are the descendants of the market’s very first traders. These family-run stalls exhibit the best food produce that Europe has to offer. Gaze in wonder at the Swiss gruyere, Occitan goat’s cheeses, Alpine fontina, and local ricotta at the cheese seller’s, or venture to try the superb quality steaks, quail and numerous meat cold cuts at the butcher’s. The freshest fish in the city can be found here, along with hand-made pasta.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6am-1.30pm