Shopping and markets in Rome

Ciampino Airport gets connected with the City Centre of Rome

When you are visiting a city for the first time it can be very confusing to organize an affordable transport from the airport.

Fiumicino airport in Rome is easily connected to the city centre by a train that departs every 20 minutes.

However, many low-cost airlines are landing to the Ciampino airport and the connection with the city centre was very tricky.

From now you have Rome public transport company ATAC that will provide a bus line that will connect Ciampino Airport to the Laurentina Metro Station. And it will cost only 1.50€pp!!

The tickets can be purchased inside Ciampino Airport at the Tourist Info Point (PIT). Also, for those who already bought the Roma Pass on-line, they can use it for this journey instead of buying a new bus ticket.

The line that will bring you to Laurentina Metro station is n°720 and you can find it at the bus stop n°4 in front of the Ciampino Metro Station.

The bus will be running every 20 minutes from 5.30am to 11.30pm.

Once you get to the city center and you don’t know where to go, what to see first, whether to take a tour or not, just let us know and we will be happy to give you our best tips and offers 🙂

Markets In Rome

Rome’s markets are a food-lovers paradise!  Whether you’re on the hunt for the most

beautiful and round artichoke or some pecorino cheese straight from the sheep, in Rome you don’t

have to look far to find fresh products at the market.   For visitors to Rome, a trip to a local market

can be one of the best Roman experiences.    Here’s a list of our favorite markets:


Campo dei Fiori

Head to the market in Campo dei Fiori, held every morning but Sunday, for a slice of local

color.    Sure, it is the most tourist-visited market on this list, mostly because it’s located in

the Centro Storico, but plenty of locals shop here daily.   It’s also one of the oldest markets

in Rome, since 1869!

Campo de' Fiori, Rome, Italie

Campo de’ Fiori, Rome, Italie



Testaccio Market

The market in Testaccio is another Roman standby.   You can find anything from artesan house

furnishings to a butcher slicing fresh meats.   Be sure to stop at the stand serving hot sandwiches

made with tripe, a district speciality!

testaccio market



Porta Portese Flea Market

Early every Sunday morning, the streets around Via Portuense in Trastevere fill shoppers

and sellers of every kind.  This market is Rome’s largest, and busiest, and most raucous flea

market.   There is lots of new stuff on sale but there is also a significant second-hand section

of the market.    Expect to do some searching as the market gets crowded, especially on a sunny


porta portese market



Piazza Vittorio Market

One of the oldest markets in Rome, the Piazza Vittorio Market, or Esquilino Market, is full of

vendors from all over the world, not just Italians.    You’ll find hard-to-find vegetables  and

wonderfully smelling spices.   This market is more international so you never know what

you will find!   This market is open Monday to Saturday, 7am until 2pm



Happy shopping and hope to see you there!

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