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Borghetto Flaminio

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A huge garage sale in a former bus depot, with stalls selling bric-a-brac, costume jewellery and clothes.

Piazza della Marina 32

Campo de' Fiori

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Despite exorbitant prices and swarms of tourists, this historic market - the biggest in the centro storico - retains oodles of charm.

Campo de' Fiori

Ex-Piazza Vittorio

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This market used to fill piazza Vittorio Emanuele and be absolute chaos. In 2003 it moved to rather more salubrious - though somewhat less colourful -...

Via Lamarmora

La Soffitta Sotto i Portici

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Peruse collectibles of all kinds, from magazines to ceramics, at non-bargain prices.

Piazza Augusto Imperatore

Mercato Trionfale

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Situated five minutes' walk north of the Vatican Museums, this market is the largest in town. Lining both sides of the boulevard, while its original address...

Via Andrea Doria

Porta Portese

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Rome's biggest and most famous flea market grew out of the city's thriving black market after the end of World War II. A lingering air of illegality still...

Via Portuense

San Cosimato

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This market in heavily touristed Trastevere retains its local feel, particularly first thing in the morning.

Piazza San Cosimato

Testaccio

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A glimpse into the true heart of Rome; prices are considerably lower than at more central markets too. The whole northern aisle is dedicated to cut-price...

Piazza Testaccio

Via Sannio

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Three long corridors of stalls piled high with new, low-priced clothes, and a large second-hand section behind. Those prepared to sort through the slagheap...

Via Sannio