Want to see where Romans buy their fresh daily products? Food markets are the place to go. Open every day except Sunday from very early in the morning, they are usually over by 2 pm. Fruit and vegetables of any kind are on offer at very low prices. The biggest is Mercato Trionfale, close to the Ottaviano underground stop, while in downtown Rome, the market in Piazza Campo de Fiori is a good one to visit. Another central food market with also a lot of ethnic stuff on sale is in Piazza Vittorio, not far from the Termini station. If you want to try food coming directly from farms around Rome, you should go on Saturday and Sunday to the Farmers’ Market of Via San Teodoro, very close to Circo Massimo.
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