This place was son nice I went for peaches and would up with strawberries, figs, peaches, raspberries. It was unbelievable and the workers are very passionate
This outdoor market is catered towards tourists and so there is some expensive stuff there....but oh we did get some great tasting solid and liquid intoxicants to bring home with us! You get to try a lot of the items a available, which is a great way to know that you are happy with what you are getting.
I cannot imagine many locals shop here though - I can't imagine they could afford it for one!
That was the special regional pasta we had in Siena. Fat springy spaghetti. It was delightful and we found a bag of it at Mercato Campo de' Fiori. This market is full of fresh vegetables, dry pastas, flowers, spices, and best of all- wine! I got a sample of Chianti and got to sip it while shopping.
Most likely if you are a local, you'd benefit from this market the most. As a tourist, it was just fun to experience and of course we got suckered into buying a variety of tapenades and spreads. I don't regret it. They were delicious and a great souvenir from the trip.
The market is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and bakeries. This is not a place where you will spend a lot of time. Maybe 45 minutes tops, perhaps quicker if you are on a mission and not just browsing.
Questa è stata la pasta speciale regionale che abbiamo avuto a Siena. Grasso gli spaghetti elastico. Era molto piacevole e abbiamo trovato un sacco di esso in Fiori Mercato Campo de '. Questo mercato è pieno di verdure fresche, pasta secca, fiori, spezie, e meglio di tutti-vino! Ho ottenuto un campione di Chianti e avuto modo di sorseggiare durante lo shopping.
Molto probabilmente se sei un locale, si possa trarre vantaggio da questo mercato di più. Come un turista, era solo divertente esperienza e, naturalmente, abbiamo ottenuto suckered a comprare una varietà di tapenades e si diffonde. Io non me ne pento. Erano deliziosa e un bellissimo souvenir dal viaggio.
Il mercato è circondato da caffetterie, ristoranti e panetterie. Questo non è un luogo dove trascorrere un sacco di tempo. Forse 45 minuti supera, forse più veloce se si è in una missione e non solo la navigazione.
This is the perfect place for people watching!
This open air market is the oldest in Rome and offers everything from flowers, fruits/veggies to specialty pastas and spices. My eyes feasted on the quality starches (sooo much pasta! and bread too), meat products, olive oils and balsamic vinegar. A piazza where you can find university students, tourists and other locals visiting the colorful stands, which are obviously, a hotspot for photographers too. The market is here from 0600 to 1400. At night, this is a bustling place as well.
There are a lot of cafes and restaurants that surround the square, most are expensive but offer set menus, make sure to shop around. If you really want to blow your money, head to Roscioli which is a short walk from here, located on Via dei Giubbonari, 21.
Really good fresh produce. Of note I was told one price by a female vendor and then a male vendor quoted me a lower price. Now idea if I was supposed to haggle or what happened. But the fruit was fresh never the less.
A must see and a must shop for tourists and Romans alike! You'll find all sorts of fresh produce here.
A nice market which has all the fresh fruits and veg. What surprised me most was they were also selling spices from India do we were able to cook a nice home cooked curry.
The great thing about campo de fiori is that after 6pm the square turns into a drinkers square, it's just awesome day and night.
Terrific open air market to visit in Rome. Gigantic selection of spices. Lots of pastas. And a dozen fruit and vegetable vendors. It's busy with lots of locals shopping, as well as the tourists.
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