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    Markets, shops and shopping streets

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    Food markets in Rome

    • Mercato Trionfale. Every day from 7am to 14h except Sunday, and until 19h on Tuesdays and Fridays, a large covered and cheap market, accessible from Via Andrea Doria, 41 and Via Tunisi, 50.
    • Campo dei Fiori. A small tourist market, with fruit and vegetables, spices and flowers every morning on the square of Campo dei Fiori.Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 14 pm.
    • Mercato Latino, covered, open Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 14 pm, until 19:30 on Fridays and Saturdays.Close to the Re di Roma station, it’s in Piazza Epiro.
    • Testaccio market. Mainly food, every day except Sunday, until 14 pm.Access via Franklin, via Manuzio, via Galvani et via Ghiberti.
    • Mercato San Cosimato, Piazza San Cosimato, in Trastevere, every day except Sunday until 14h.Especially food, including fish, and meat dishes.
    • Mercato Nuovo Esquilino. Previously Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, divided into a multi-ethnic food part, and a clothes part. Monday to Saturday until 14 pm. Via Filippo Turati, via Principe Amedeo 184.
    • Mercato Nomentano. Food market from Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 15 pm. Piazza Alessandria

    Non-food markets in Rome

    • Porta Portese Market, Piazza Porta Portese
      It is the largest market of Rome, near the center: new and second-hand clothes, antiques, objects and accessories, plants, etc.
      It is held every Sunday morning – from 9 am until 14 pm. It’s very large and very busy. Beware of pickpockets…
    • Mercatomonti, Monti market
      Small craft market, vintage clothes, local produce.Usually open Saturdays and Sundays from 8 am to 20 pm, via Leonina 46 (Hotel Palatino)
    • Via Sannio Market
      In the district of San Giovanni, especially a well-stocked clothing market from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm. Via Sannio.
    • Mercato delle stampe, Piazza Borghese, daily from 10 am to 19 am. Closed in August, there are 16 small kiosks selling old books, postcards, watercolor drawings, objects, etc.

    More informations about the markets in Rome

    On the town website : http://www.060608.it/it/cultura-e-svago/shopping/mercati-e-mercatini.pdf
    A website dedicated to the roman markets, in english  : http://www.mercatidiroma.com/

     

    Shopping Streets

    Sales : 5 th of January to 15th of February 15 ; 2nd of July to 15 th of August, in 2016

    • Around the Spanish Steps : shoes, luxury, fashion.
    • Luxury stores are located mostly near the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti in particular, with brands such as Armani, Gucci, Fendi, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana;
    • The chic Via Frattina with Versace and Gente;
    • also Via Borgogona and Via Bocca di Leone;
    • Clothes shops and jewelers in Via del Babuino.
    • Via Margutta: Near the Spanish Steps, antique shops, art galleries and prestigious boutiques.
    • Many high street clothes shops are located on Via del Corso (between Piazza Venezia and Piazza del Popolo), of various qualities, such as Zara, H & M, Gap, including in the Alberto Sordi shopping center.
    • Via Appia Nuova, beyond the Aurelian walls, just after the St. John Lateran Basilica.various high street shops.
    • Shopping district Prati-Ottaviano, close to the Vatican and on Via Cola di Rienzo for the more luxurious, then towards metro Ottaviano, Via Candia, Via Leone IV, etc
    • Via Nazionale : close to Termini Station and Piazza Repubblica.
    • Via Giubbonari : Next to Campo dei Fiori, shopping street with a few shops with mainly clothes and shoes.

     

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    Mercato Trionfale: 41.909763, 12.452427
    Mercato Campo dei Fiori: 41.895530, 12.472263
    Mercato Latino: 41.878764, 12.504186
    Mercato Testaccio: 41.877767, 12.474012
    Mercato San Cosimato: 41.887215, 12.469566
    Mercato Esquilino: 41.895357, 12.506795
    Mercato Nomentano: 41.911114, 12.501495
    Mercato Porta Portese: 41.883855, 12.474087
    Mercato Monti: 41.894905, 12.492535
    Mercato Via Sannio: 41.885275, 12.509181
    Mercato delle stampe: 41.903725, 12.476087
    Boutiques Via dei Condotti: 41.905055, 12.480251
    Boutiques Via Frattina: 41.904225, 12.481260
    Boutiques Via Borgognona et Bocca di Leone: 41.904672, 12.480816
    Boutiques Via del Babuino: 41.906822, 12.480853
    Artisans Via Margutta: 41.908611, 12.479564
    Boutiques Via del Corso: 41.904369, 12.479040
    Galerie Alberto Sordi: 41.900963, 12.480879
    Boutiques Via Appia Nuova: 41.884934, 12.510443
    Boutiques Via Colla di Rienzo: 41.907822, 12.464473
    Boutiques Ottaviano: 41.907974, 12.457894
    Boutiques Via Nazionale: 41.901032, 12.493670
    Boutiques Via dei Giubbonari: 41.894867, 12.473043

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