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While many people come to Rome to do some shopping, most will stick to the usual designer and high street stores. What they may be unaware of is that Rome is home to plenty of other shopping options such as the markets. Arriving at the Rome Termini railway station means that visitors can arrange car rental to be ready and waiting for them and they can hit the shops and markets right away. The markets in Rome are particularly important in daily life for the inhabitants of the city. When spending time browsing among the stalls it is an opportunity to mingle with the locals. The variety of markets and the produce available is vast, so it is a good idea to visit a few.
The Campo dei Fiori is a very old market in the city and the produce here tends to be mainly fresh food. It is not the cheapest market in the world but there is no denying the quality. A trip to this market is perfect for those who are staying in self-catering accommodation in the city. It is a very colourful place and it is considered to sell some of the best bread in the city.
Make the most of Rome car hire and head to the Rigattieri per hobby for the second hand market. Anyone can take a stall here and finding a real bargain is down to pure chance. There are some experts in the market who can advise sellers on the items that they are offering and the prices that they should be charging. Even if you do not intend to buy, it is worth a look. In a similar vein is the Il Giardino d’Inverno, which is for amateur traders although not necessarily those selling second hand items.
You have to visit at the right time to see the Non Solo Tarli market. This is an antiques event which is held only twice each year and collectors come from all over the country. Antiques on offer include furniture, china and ornaments. There are usually more than 200 stalls and it is a great day out for those who are interested in antiques. Alternatively you could pay a trip to the Piazza Fontanella Borghese. Visitors can pick up souvenirs of the city, old books and prints and many other items of interest.
When you want to do some serious shopping in a city such as Rome, you need car rental to make the most of it. Buying plenty of items is easy but carrying them around with you is not and the luggage compartment on a rental car is the perfect accessory for your time in the city
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