Loved this market! We stayed in the neighbourhood and we were able to grab coffee and fruits for our daily breakfast. It is very clean and even has a vegan stall! A must see if you are staying in testaccio!
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This renovated market in the Testaccio district is one of the best I've visited. It has a modern renovation with glass enclosed stalls for non-food items and open stalls for food. In the center there is an area filled with tables at which to eat...More
This market is great for lunch. There are little stalls from handmade pastas to vegan delights. The bread, pastas, cheeses and even local wines will entice you to buy all. The vegetable and fruit stands are a bit expensive by our local standards but some...More
A very good food market walking distance from the Trastevere area. There is a big selection of food items and also clothing and shoes at reasonable prices. In fact almost anything can be purchased here. May need to speak a little Italian to get what...More
This is a great, clean and spacious market hall with an open-air piazza in the middle. Good food, great products, although the variety is not as great as in some other markethalls in Rome. For vegan food lovers: there is a vegan store with great...More
I came to take a look at food. The market is about divided in half (1/2 food, 1/2 clothing, handbags, etc) While I wasn't overly impressed seemed like a good place to pick up some fresh produce, seafood, meat, etc. There were some stalls for...More
The new Testaccio Market, across the street from the MACRO, is open daily Monday to Saturday 7am-2pm. The large covered space is clean and airy with over 100 stalls selling fruit, bread, cheese, wine, home wares, clothes and more. There’s a pleasant bar with outdoor...More
Nice market in Testaccio. A bit far off but not so overcrowded. Only a few tourists here. 10 minutes walk from tram stop (No. 3). Cafe at the corner was very good. Market has vegan, biological and gluten-free stuff as well.
This is not on the tourist map and you definitely have to make it a destination on your Roman culinary tours. Open market with wonderful local produce. Street food stands with classic roman sandwiches etc.. We stopped at a little wine bar and had some...More