If you are the kind of traveler who enjoys visiting the local bargain markets, make sure you make time to visit the flea markets in Rome. These markets range from a minimum of 30 stalls to a maximum of 240 stalls! Each market offers a wide array of old and new items : antiques, collectibles, clothing, accessories, prints, crafts and more. Just remember that most of them are held on Sunday mornings such as the city’s oldest and most famous: Porta Portese. But there are markets that are open from Mondays to Saturdays like the one in Via Sannio, very close to San Giovanni underground stop (line A). Just a couple of reminders, bring small denominations of money and avoid bringing your credit cards. Last but not the least, beware of pick pockets! Visiting a local flea market in Rome is not only budget friendly but is worth the experience when you are able to find something unique to take back home.
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