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All products for sale are grown or reared directly by the same local producers . These are agricultural products from the farms of Campagna Amica Coldiretti located in Lazio, zero-kilometer products, guaranteed, safe and quality. You can always find...more
This is a market with a Roman Arch as a backdrop.
The market features agricultural products from Campagna. It was very colorful, with a wide variety of meats, cheese, fruits, vegetables, oils, vinegar, pasta, pastries and wine from the region.
Amazing cheese, bread, meats, nuts, and fresh fruit and vegetables from local farms. Take a look around in the main building, but the best part is to go out through the back of the building and eat at the outdoor area where they have fresh...More
One has to know this faboluous marketplace is there, to get there, as it´s easy to pass it without noticing. This is an original marketplace where Italians buy fish, vegetables, meat, cheeses, cakes, wine, grappa, marmelade, honey, flowers and handmade stuff like baskets and lots...More
The market works only on Saturdays and i was afraid it would be very crowded but we found clean and very quiet place with many tasty things: pasta, bread, pastries, cheese. And most of them you can taste. Just have some cash and bring some...More
It's one of the best places in Rome for buying food which is very good here. There are only farmers from the Lazio region with mostly organic produce and the great thing about this place is that you will find rare varieties of fruits and...More
Discovered this bustling weekend farmers market on our Sunday morning walk. Stalls here sell fresh produce as well as wines, cheeses, sausages, etc. Bought some extra virgin olive oil and cheese. There is seating in the open courtyard with cooked meals by sold some stalls....More
All the produce at this farmers market come from the Lazio region around Rome. There are fruit and veg stalls, wine makers, stalls selling homemade pasta sauces, cold meats & Italian sausages, breads, etc. The market is only open at the weekend so was quite...More