Almost every neighbourhood of Rome has its own daily market. These markets are usually open from 7 AM till 2 PM. Most of them have stalls selling fruit, vegetables, fish and household goods, but the more central ones often also cater to tourists.
Daily markets Rome
Nuovo Mercato Esquilino
The Nuovo Mercato Esquilino is a fruit, vegetable and fish market in Rome’s multi-cultural Esquilino district. This covered market consists of two entire blocks. In the first one, coming from Roma Termini, most stalls sell cheap China-imported clothes, while the second part is dedicated to food from all over the world.
Campo de’ Fiori Market
The daily Campo de’ Fiori Market is one of the oldest of the city. Its official name is Mercato Regionale Regola, even though the square is not in the Regola, but in the Parione district. Thanks to its location it is always mentioned in guidebooks, but it is far less authentic and way more expensive than similar markets in the city.
Via Sannio Market
Another Rome market mentioned in almost every travel guide about the city is the Via Sannio Market. It is almost completely dedicated to clothes and accessories, with the main focus on leather goods and shoes. The most positive aspect of the market is that, contrary to most Italian markets, there is a a good selection of second hand clothes.
The Mercato Trionfale was the first of the Roman neighborhood markets. Opened towards the end of the 19th century, the market consists of more than 250 stalls. Since 2009, the market has been located in a glass building in Via Doria. Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Tuesday and Friday until 7 p.m.).