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I was planning to book a food tour , but didn’t manage to coordinate things with a friend. We decided to just head out to the market one morning , and were amazed by the quality of the produce , the price the market stall...More
We had the fortune of going on a tour with Stefan from RomaEat Food Tours and this was an invaluable look at the daily life of Romans. I always love to visit markets and this one really stands out for its variety, size, and general...More
The people of Rome are so lucky to have this market. The market is more for the Rome peole selling produce, fish and meat. However it is well worth visiting. Great for picking up food for self catering.
I stayed in this market neighborhood, so I visited this place everyday.
i bought fresh mozzarella cheese, vegetables and fruits.
I made caprese salad for my breakfast with the ingredient from this market.
Fresh mozzarella cheese was outstanding. Every morning was perfect.
Wonderful memories in...More
The Mercato Trionfale is superb! It was almost literally right across the street from the Air BNB apartment we were staying in, which had a gorgeous kitchen. The market provided all the delicious ingredients for a perfect breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Whatever you wanted, whether...More
Stocking up for our vacation rental, the day after arriving in Rome I headed out on my own for the Mercato Trionfale, a sizable covered market with numerous stalls offering seasonal produce and others selling olives, fish, cheese, nuts, baked goods and cold cuts. I...More
I'm a fan of markets,every country i visit a always go to the local markets. So many colors and tastes, huge choise of fruits, spices .vegetableas and etc. If you want eat fresh and cheap this is your place.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do...and go to this market. Not touristy at all. Local people shop here & the vendors do not speak fluent English. But we managed to muddle through just fine. We bought the most amazing tomatoes, strawberries and smoked...More
no, not really. It is essentially a food (and some small household/kitchen items) market. you might want to go to porta portese or any district markets (according to the day of the week) for clothing. rather cheap stuff... More
no, not really. It is essentially a food (and some small household/kitchen items) market. you might want to go to porta portese or any district markets (according to the day of the week) for clothing. rather cheap stuff mostly made in china though. I like some of the stands along V. Cola di Rienzo...which blend with some of the cool clothing stores on this mixed street. Not sure which days they are there though.