Rome is an inspiring city. With beautiful architecture and surroundings, it is almost difficult to leave the city. But before you decide to leave, do visit the colourful markets of Rome. From vintage picks to fresh fruits and vegetables, you will find everything in Rome. Even cheese and wine are sold on the streets, which are the tastiest you will ever find. Most of the markets in Rome are located nearby so you can cover at least four of them in a day. Thinking about how to reach the markets in Rome? Read this to find out now.
You will have to hire a taxi to reach Portici Market. If you are staying in the Spanish Steps area, a taxi will cost you 13 euros each way. There are many restaurants nearby to feast on some good food.
Take bus number 40 or 70 to reach Campo de Fiori market from Termini. You will have to walk a little from the bus stop to reach the market. You will find nice Italian souvenirs to take back home for friends and family. Keep an eye out for cheap bargains like handbags costing only 2 Euros.
It is best to hire a taxi to go to Fontanella Borghese Market. Several buses go to the market from Termini. If you are staying nearby, walking will be the best option.
Bus number 75 will take you from Termini to Porta Portese Market in 15 minutes, which is the nearest metro station. You can also take the tram that leaves from Ippolito Nievo to the market.
Mercato Monti Market is located in the basement of a hotel, Grand Hotel Palatino, from June to September. It is located at walking distance from the Colosseum. Nearest metro station is B stop Cavour. Buses that will take you there are 117 from Dei Serpenti, 75 from Cavour, and 70, 64, 60, and 40 from Nazionale.
Do not forget to carry enough bags with you while you go shopping. If you do not know how to reach to any of these places, hail a taxi and request the person to guide you through the place. It will be a little expensive but at least you will not be lost. Rome is a small city; but it is very easy to get lost.