• Campo de' Fiori Food Market, Rome Street Market, Italian Food!

    The animated street market in Campo de Fiori in Rome, at the feet of Giordano Bruno statue. You can find a lot of traditional italian food, but also flowers and clothes. More at http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/

    published: 15 Apr 2014
  • How to See Rome like a Local

    Watch more How to Travel videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/370314-How-to-See-Rome-like-a-Local Step 1: Rent a moped Rent a motor scooter, or motorino. Yes, traffic can be hairy and Romans are crazy drivers. But there's no better way to zip around town. Bonus: you'll feel like Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Tip For a great, romantic view of Rome, head up the winding road from Trastevere to the Janiculum Hill. Step 2: Have lunch on the go Lunch on Rome's ubiquitous street food, pizza al taglio, or pizza by the slice. Sold by weight, it comes with a variety of toppings. Speak with your hands, just like the locals, to communicate how big a piece you want. Step 3: Navigate side streets Explore the streets around Campo de' Fiori, a piazza popular for its morning produce and flower m...

    published: 24 Aug 2010
  • Lunch at Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy

    Lunch at Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy While wandering around the Campo De' Fiori Food Market in Rome Italy, you can't help but get a little hungry especially if you're there around lunch time. All the food the vendors sell looks so fresh and tasty you have to try something. We decided on a porchetta panini or roast pork sandwich and just like the Campo De Fiori food market, it did not disappoint. Campo De' Fiori is a busy square in Rome Italy that plays host to an open air food market that is very popular among tourists and I'm sure locals as well. With it's spices and fresh produce, there's even a meat vendor where you can get a great porchetta panini, the Camp De' Fiori Food Market has something for everyone and is definitely worth a vist when you're in Rome. Previous Video: h...

    published: 14 Feb 2015
  • Fresh Market Meat and Cheese Extravaganza in Rome, Italy

    We just went to the market here in Trastevere Rome, and we have lots of gorgeous meats, cheeses, veg, and wine that we’ll be having for lunch. Come join us for a LiveStream and we’ll show you what it’s all about! Our crazy Instagram feed: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/eatyourkimchi/ Check us out on Facebook: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/simonandmartina Chat with us on Twitter ☞ http://www.twitter.com/eatyourkimchi

    published: 13 Jan 2018
  • Farmers Market In Rome Italy

    http://www.rawlifehealthshow.com Not sure if there is a better farmers market in Europe. Not bad for the winter time. This place must be awesome in the summer time. They are open 6 days a week. Really cool.

    published: 01 Mar 2012
  • Mercatino Delle Pulci - Flea Market in Rome

    Antique Market in Rome

    published: 26 May 2015
  • The Christmas Markets of Rome

    Chistmas markets in Italy are a great activity for children and adults a like. This video was taken at the Piazza Navona in Rome on December 09th. The Christmas markets in Italy usually run from December 1st until December 20th. It's great family fun for children of all ages!

    published: 10 Dec 2013
  • Rome Food Tour at Mercato Testaccio: Prosciutto and Buffalo Mozzarella!

    ►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►Watch the full series playlist: https://goo.gl/179qoF ►Camera gear I use: https://goo.gl/68UlWd Day 16: Rome, Italy - One day 16 of our round the world trip, it was our final day in Rome, Italy. We started the day visiting Mercato Testaccio, a delicious food market. After walking around and eating at the market, we then took an easy afternoon, before going to Galleria Borghese and having a delicious Italian dinner to finish the day. 00:38 Mercato Testaccio - Although it was a traditional old market in Rome, Mercato Testaccio has been remodeled and repositioned a couple of times to its current location, which is a modern open air market full of delicious fruits and vegetables and restaurants. It’s a great market for a Italian Rome...

    published: 23 Oct 2016
  • Best Flea Market in Rome Video - Porta Portese (HD)

    Porta Portese Flea Market - How to win at a Roman Flea Market! (HD) Every Sunday near the Ponte Sublicio in Trastevere, Rome, vendors combine for one of the city's largest flea markets. Open from 7am-2pm, you'll find just about whatever you'd expect here: clothes, t-shirts, sunglasses, handbags etc. There isn't much in the way of antiques, but if you're looking for gifts or souvenirs, this is your place - enjoy my travel channel! Music: Eaters, Anna Banana (Simian Samba) flea market rome italy tourism travel trastevere shopping

    published: 02 Sep 2016
  • MUST WATCH - lol 😂 Italy - Rome - Campo de Fiori - Food Market - Guarda Mustafa

    This guy is the BEST!!! Must watch! Patata e Carota :)

    published: 29 Sep 2016
  • Rome trip walking tour - Campo De' Fiori

    Rome walking tour - Campo De' Fiori ローマ観光 カンポ・ディ・フィオーリ広場 Campo de' Fiori is a rectangular square near Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy, on the border of rione Parione and rione Regola. Campo de' Fiori, translated literally from Italian, means "field of flowers". The name was first given during the Middle Ages when the area was actually a meadow.The monument to philosopher Giordano Bruno in the centre of the square. History In Ancient Rome the area was unused space between Pompey's Theatre and the flood-prone Tiber. Though the Orsini established themselves on the south flank of the space in the 13th century, until the 15th century the square remained undeveloped. The first church in the immediate vicinity was built during the pontificate of Boniface IX (1389-1404), Santa Brigida a Campo de' ...

    published: 29 Sep 2012
  • Esquilino Market in Rome, Chinese/International Food Market!

    The Esquilino market in Rome is a popular food market in the Chinese district, with a great variety of international foods. More at http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/

    published: 26 Aug 2015
  • MOST AUTHENTIC MARKET IN ROME: Mercato Trionfale | Went to the market | States of Splendor

    Get a true taste of daily Roman life. Beyond the most trodden tourist routes lies Rome's oldest and most authentic food market: the Mercato Trionfale. It is the place to be to truly feel the essence of the city where all roads once lead to. Find organic vegetables and meats, cheeses and charcuteries, fresh pasta, bread, and much more in this simple but wonderful location. Gone to the market, is a series on interesting and authentic farmer's markets throughout the world. Read the article on States of Splendor: http://statesofsplendor.com/mercatotrionfale.html

    published: 07 Jul 2017
  • Street Market in Rome

    Street Market on Piazza del Risorgimento, Rome

    published: 24 Sep 2009
  • WHERE TO SHOP IN ROME, TALY

    In this video, we talk about some avenues, outlets and flea markets in Rome, Italy, so you can go shopping :) Please, like the video and subscribe to CDGirls Travel English Channel.

    published: 28 Oct 2016
  • Speed Level Design - Rome Market - Unreal Engine 4

    Roman Modular kit was created by Quantum Theory which can be found here. https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/rome-fantasy-pack-i Music created by Ludovico Einaudi - View his channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/ludovicoeinaudi ⚫Email webcats1983@gmail.com ⚫ Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/maverick1 ⚫My PC - http://kit.com/Maverick/ ⚫Art Station : https://www.artstation.com/artist/mav... ⚫Twitter : https://twitter.com/Maverick982 ⚫Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/maverickld/ ⚫Twitch : http://www.twitch.tv/maverick186

    published: 08 Nov 2016
  • Campo de' Fiori morning market in Rome, Italy

    Situated in the heart of Rome is a colorful square known as Campo de' Fiori. During the Middle Ages, the area was a meadow. The name Campo de' Fiori literally means "field of flowers." Each morning, a vibrant fruit and vegetable market is held at the piazza. It's not uncommon to also find spices, fish, pasta, olive oil, vinegar, and souvenirs for sale. The market has been held daily since 1869. At the center of the piazza is a statue of Giordano Bruno, a philosopher and intellectual heretic who was burnt alive at this spot on February 17, 1600. Bruno is standing as he defiantly faces the Vatican who placed all of his works on the Index of Forbidden Books by the Holy Office. When the statue of erected in 1889, the Vatican protested but was overruled by angry locals. At night, Campo...

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • Mercatino Conca d'Oro, Antiques, Collectible, Vintage Market in Rome!

    Mercatino Conca d'Oro is a small street market in Rome with Collectible items, antiques, old italian furniture, minerals, coins, clothes, food, plants. It's quite small and most stands have banal stuff, but some hide little treasures. For more info check my web guide http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/rome-street-markets.html

    published: 20 Apr 2014
  • Open Market In Rome

    Just one of the many open markets to be seen in Rome, July 2011

    published: 12 Jul 2011
  • Rome Off the Beaten Path: Porta Portese (Italian Flea Markets)

    Porta Portese is a weekly Sunday flea market that is located near the ancient Porta Portese city gate. It is located in/around the neighbourhood or zone of Trastevere and can be accessed easily by public transportation. The market is a huge attraction for both locals and tourists, who gather to its many stalls to by trinkets and necessary household goods. There are also many cafes and food stands around the market for hungry shoppers. Of course, because it is so crowded, it is important to be aware of the possibility of being pickpocketed! Guard your wallet! Want to learn more about Porta Portese? Visit TripAdvisor to see more images and read about experiences. Find me: Facebook | Twitter (diemblake) | Google+ Have questions? Send a message here or to diedreblake@gmail.com

    published: 20 Jun 2015
  • Farmers' Market in Rome

    Debbie Eaton at a farmer's market in Rome, Italy.

    published: 23 May 2012
  • Porta Portese, Rome

    It can be hard to find a bargain in Europe these days, but this flea market makes a good bet. Just check that Louis Vuitton bag carefully.

    published: 15 Jul 2008
  • Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy an Entertaining Vendor

    While exploring the Campo De' Fiori Food Market in Rome Italy, I came across the stall where this man was entertaining the tourists with his sales pitch. I don't know how good his food prep too is but of all the vendors at the Campo De' Fiori Food Market he was always the most crowded so I'm sure he was doing well. Campo De' Fiori is a busy square in Rome Italy that plays host to an open air food market that is very popular among tourists and I'm sure locals as well. With it's spices and fresh produce, there's even a meat vendor where you can get a great porchetta panini, the Camp De' Fiori Food Market has something for everyone and is definitely worth a vist when you're in Rome. Next Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0N3E8SWWl5A Previous Video: http://youtu.be/hVmafR6M31k I'm Ian ...

    published: 29 Jan 2015
  • from Nuovo Mercato Esquilino to Colosseum, Rome - Italy 4K Travel Channel

    The Nuovo Mercato Esquilino is just a short walk from the main train station, Termini. We have heard that this market is more multicultural than the other markets of Rome. Already during the walk through the quarter we notice many Asian stores. As we reach the market, we are a little disappointed because the offer obviously includes only fabrics, clothes, leather goods, etc.. In the courtyard we see many students. In one corner is a café and where we take a rest, enjoying a cappuccino. Obviously, the market is housed on the ground floor. Upstairs are lecture halls of university or an institute. As we get back on the road, we notice that the real market in a neighboring building. Here we find fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and anything else for daily consumption. Both the seller and the cus...

    published: 18 Jan 2015
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Campo de' Fiori Food Market, Rome Street Market, Italian Food!

Campo de' Fiori Food Market, Rome Street Market, Italian Food!

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The animated street market in Campo de Fiori in Rome, at the feet of Giordano Bruno statue. You can find a lot of traditional italian food, but also flowers and clothes. More at http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/
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How to See Rome like a Local

How to See Rome like a Local

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Watch more How to Travel videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/370314-How-to-See-Rome-like-a-Local Step 1: Rent a moped Rent a motor scooter, or motorino. Yes, traffic can be hairy and Romans are crazy drivers. But there's no better way to zip around town. Bonus: you'll feel like Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Tip For a great, romantic view of Rome, head up the winding road from Trastevere to the Janiculum Hill. Step 2: Have lunch on the go Lunch on Rome's ubiquitous street food, pizza al taglio, or pizza by the slice. Sold by weight, it comes with a variety of toppings. Speak with your hands, just like the locals, to communicate how big a piece you want. Step 3: Navigate side streets Explore the streets around Campo de' Fiori, a piazza popular for its morning produce and flower market. The area is filled with edgy clothing shops, intimate wine bars, and art galleries. For bargain finds, follow the Romans to the Borghetto Flaminio or Via Sannio flea markets. Tip Savor sit-down cafes in the afternoon. In the morning, have your cappuccino or caffellatte standing up at the bar. Step 4: Visit Villa Pamphili Spend an afternoon at Villa Pamphili, Rome's biggest park. You'll find residents jogging, dog-walking, kite-flying, and picnicking among towering trees, ponds, fountains, and gardens. Step 5: Take a stroll Hit the streets for a late afternoon passeggiata, or leisurely stroll. Tons of locals indulge in this ritual, especially on the weekends -- window-shopping, catching up with friends, and flirting, often with a gelato in hand. Step 6: Enjoy summer pleasures If you're visiting in warm weather, take a day trip to Lake Bracciano. About 25 miles northwest of Rome, it offers sandy beaches, seafood restaurants, windsurfing, and sailing. Back in the Eternal City, check local listings for open-air cinema and music festivals throughout the summer. Did You Know? From 1968 to 2002, a man nicknamed D'Artagnan lived off coins he collected from the famed Trevi Fountain, sometimes netting as much as $1,300 a day.
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Lunch at Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy

Lunch at Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy

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Lunch at Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy While wandering around the Campo De' Fiori Food Market in Rome Italy, you can't help but get a little hungry especially if you're there around lunch time. All the food the vendors sell looks so fresh and tasty you have to try something. We decided on a porchetta panini or roast pork sandwich and just like the Campo De Fiori food market, it did not disappoint. Campo De' Fiori is a busy square in Rome Italy that plays host to an open air food market that is very popular among tourists and I'm sure locals as well. With it's spices and fresh produce, there's even a meat vendor where you can get a great porchetta panini, the Camp De' Fiori Food Market has something for everyone and is definitely worth a vist when you're in Rome. Previous Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aCrTJRa7lc I'm Ian and I'm into Photography, Videography, Cinematography, Travel and YouTube.... And Ice Cream, I Love Ice Cream.... Oh yeah and chocolate, can't forget about chocolate. I'm also into the stuff associated with Traveling, Taking Photographs, Making Videos & Movies and being a YouTuber... And Eating Ice Cream and Chocolate. If you see anything you like, please Like it, Comment and SUBSCRIBE I really appreciate it. Thanks for Watching :-) Website: http://bokeflo.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/bokeflo Tumblr: http://bokeflo.tumblr.com Blogger: http://bokeflo.blogspot.ca
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Fresh Market Meat and Cheese Extravaganza in Rome, Italy

Fresh Market Meat and Cheese Extravaganza in Rome, Italy

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We just went to the market here in Trastevere Rome, and we have lots of gorgeous meats, cheeses, veg, and wine that we’ll be having for lunch. Come join us for a LiveStream and we’ll show you what it’s all about! Our crazy Instagram feed: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/eatyourkimchi/ Check us out on Facebook: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/simonandmartina Chat with us on Twitter ☞ http://www.twitter.com/eatyourkimchi
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Farmers Market In Rome Italy

Farmers Market In Rome Italy

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http://www.rawlifehealthshow.com Not sure if there is a better farmers market in Europe. Not bad for the winter time. This place must be awesome in the summer time. They are open 6 days a week. Really cool.
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Mercatino Delle Pulci - Flea Market in Rome

Mercatino Delle Pulci - Flea Market in Rome

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The Christmas Markets of Rome

The Christmas Markets of Rome

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Chistmas markets in Italy are a great activity for children and adults a like. This video was taken at the Piazza Navona in Rome on December 09th. The Christmas markets in Italy usually run from December 1st until December 20th. It's great family fun for children of all ages!
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Rome Food Tour at Mercato Testaccio: Prosciutto and Buffalo Mozzarella!

Rome Food Tour at Mercato Testaccio: Prosciutto and Buffalo Mozzarella!

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►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►Watch the full series playlist: https://goo.gl/179qoF ►Camera gear I use: https://goo.gl/68UlWd Day 16: Rome, Italy - One day 16 of our round the world trip, it was our final day in Rome, Italy. We started the day visiting Mercato Testaccio, a delicious food market. After walking around and eating at the market, we then took an easy afternoon, before going to Galleria Borghese and having a delicious Italian dinner to finish the day. 00:38 Mercato Testaccio - Although it was a traditional old market in Rome, Mercato Testaccio has been remodeled and repositioned a couple of times to its current location, which is a modern open air market full of delicious fruits and vegetables and restaurants. It’s a great market for a Italian Rome food tour as it’s a friendly environment and there’s plenty of delicious food. Fruit stall - First thing Ying and I decided to eat on the Rome food tour of the market is eat some rapes and cherries, which were fantastic. Price - 4.5 EUR ($5.04) total price Mordi e Vai - Next I went to a food stall called Mordi e Vai, and he specializes in some classic Roman food dishes, which he then adds to sandwiches. I ordered the panino con picchiapo, which was a little plain, but pretty good. Price - 4.5 EUR ($5.04) La Prosciutteria di Enzo e Lina - The absolute highlight of this Rome food tour at Mercato Testaccio was going to La Prosciutteria di Enzo e Lina and ordering some prosciutto and buffalo mozzarella. Everything was good and the owners are both extremely friendly and helpful. I only wish I could have spoken Italian. The prosciutto was fantastic, but I was really blown away with the quality and taste of the buffalo mozzarella. Prosciutto and mozzarella - 5.5 EUR ($6.16) Zoé - After having some salty food, I was ready for a juice, so we had an apple lemon juice which was slow pressed, and it was extremely refreshing. Apple lemon juice - 3.5 EUR ($3.92) Strit Fud - Final stop on this Rome food tour at Mercato Testaccio, and I ordered a Panino con il Lampredotto, some kind of a sandwich stuffed with tripe. It was a little on the plain side for me. Panino con il Lampredotto price - 7.2 ($8.07) 12:22 Villa Borghese Gardens - After the great food at the market in the morning, we then headed over to Galleria Borghese, where I had pre-booked tickets online. Galleria Borghese is a museum in Rome, and it has some similarities to the Vatican City Museums, but it’s much more low key and not as busy. Especially if you love museums, you’ll love visiting Galleria Borghese in Rome. Online tickets - 14 EUR ($15.69) per person 15:34 Fiaschetteria Marini Restaurant - For dinner, we walked over to an Italian restaurant called Fiaschetteria Marini Restaurant. The family owned restaurant turned out to be a really amazing place, with friendly service, and excellent food. The gnocchi alla Fiaschetteria was particularly delicious, but their mezzemaniche alla Amatriciana was also fantastic. Total price - 34 EUR ($38.10) It was a leisure day in Rome, we didn’t try to do too much, but we had a great time eating through Mercato Testaccio and our final Italian food meal in Rome. Music: https://www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/track/smooth-talk_4103 -- GEAR I USE: Camera gear I use: https://goo.gl/68UlWd Travel packing list: https://goo.gl/cX8RxV MY WEBSITES: Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ Get e-mail updates: https://migrationology.com/free-updates SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology SUPPORT MY WIFE AND I: Donate: http://migrationology.com/donate/ T-shirts: https://migrationology.com/store/ --
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Best Flea Market in Rome Video - Porta Portese (HD)

Best Flea Market in Rome Video - Porta Portese (HD)

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Porta Portese Flea Market - How to win at a Roman Flea Market! (HD) Every Sunday near the Ponte Sublicio in Trastevere, Rome, vendors combine for one of the city's largest flea markets. Open from 7am-2pm, you'll find just about whatever you'd expect here: clothes, t-shirts, sunglasses, handbags etc. There isn't much in the way of antiques, but if you're looking for gifts or souvenirs, this is your place - enjoy my travel channel! Music: Eaters, Anna Banana (Simian Samba) flea market rome italy tourism travel trastevere shopping
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MUST WATCH - lol 😂 Italy - Rome - Campo de Fiori - Food Market - Guarda Mustafa

MUST WATCH - lol 😂 Italy - Rome - Campo de Fiori - Food Market - Guarda Mustafa

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This guy is the BEST!!! Must watch! Patata e Carota :)
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Rome trip walking tour - Campo De' Fiori

Rome trip walking tour - Campo De' Fiori

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Rome walking tour - Campo De' Fiori ローマ観光 カンポ・ディ・フィオーリ広場 Campo de' Fiori is a rectangular square near Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy, on the border of rione Parione and rione Regola. Campo de' Fiori, translated literally from Italian, means "field of flowers". The name was first given during the Middle Ages when the area was actually a meadow.The monument to philosopher Giordano Bruno in the centre of the square. History In Ancient Rome the area was unused space between Pompey's Theatre and the flood-prone Tiber. Though the Orsini established themselves on the south flank of the space in the 13th century, until the 15th century the square remained undeveloped. The first church in the immediate vicinity was built during the pontificate of Boniface IX (1389-1404), Santa Brigida a Campo de' Fiori; with the building-up of the rione, the church has now come to face that part of the former square that is now Piazza Farnese. In 1456 under Pope Callixtus III, Ludovico Cardinal Trevisani paved the area: this was part of a greater project of improvement of the rione Parione. This renewal was both the result and cause of several important buildings being built in the surroundings; in particular, the Orsini palace on Campo de' Fiori was rebuilt. The Renaissance Palazzo della Cancelleria can be seen in Vasi's etching, rising majestically beyond the far right corner of the square. A close-up of the statue of Giordano Bruno. Campo de' Fiori has never been architecturally formalized. The square has always remained a focus for commercial and street culture: the surrounding streets are named for trades—Via dei Balestrari (crossbow-makers), Via dei Baullari (coffer-makers), Via dei Cappellari (hat-makers), Via dei Chiavari (key-makers) and Via dei Giubbonari (tailors). With new access streets installed by Sixtus IV— Via Florea and Via Pellegrino— the square became a necessary corridor for important people passing between the Basilica of St. John Lateran and the Vatican, thus bringing wealth to the area: a flourishing horse market took place twice a week (Monday and Saturday) and a lot of inns, hotels and shops came to be situated in Campo de' Fiori. Campo de' Fiori in the 1740s, etching by Giuseppe Vasi. Executions used to be held publicly in Campo de' Fiori. Here, on 17 February 1600, the philosopher Giordano Bruno was burnt alive for heresy, and all of his works were placed on the Index of Forbidden Books by the Holy Office. In 1887 Ettore Ferrari dedicated a monument to him on the exact spot of his death: he stands defiantly facing the Vatican, reinterpreted in the first days of a reunited Italy as a martyr to freedom of speech. The body of theologian and scientist Marco Antonio de Dominis was also burned in this square, in 1624. The demolition of a block of housing in 1858 enlarged Campo de' Fiori, and since 1869 there has been a vegetable and fish market there every morning. The ancient fountain known as la Terrina (the "soupbowl") that once watered cattle, resited in 1889, now keeps flowers fresh. Its inscription: FA DEL BEN E LASSA DIRE ("Do the good and let them talk") suits the gossipy nature of the marketplace. In the afternoons, local games of football give way to set-ups for outdoor cafés. At night, Campo de' Fiori is a meeting place for young people, both Italian and foreign.
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Esquilino Market in Rome, Chinese/International Food Market!

Esquilino Market in Rome, Chinese/International Food Market!

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The Esquilino market in Rome is a popular food market in the Chinese district, with a great variety of international foods. More at http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/
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MOST AUTHENTIC MARKET IN ROME: Mercato Trionfale | Went to the market | States of Splendor

MOST AUTHENTIC MARKET IN ROME: Mercato Trionfale | Went to the market | States of Splendor

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Get a true taste of daily Roman life. Beyond the most trodden tourist routes lies Rome's oldest and most authentic food market: the Mercato Trionfale. It is the place to be to truly feel the essence of the city where all roads once lead to. Find organic vegetables and meats, cheeses and charcuteries, fresh pasta, bread, and much more in this simple but wonderful location. Gone to the market, is a series on interesting and authentic farmer's markets throughout the world. Read the article on States of Splendor: http://statesofsplendor.com/mercatotrionfale.html
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Street Market in Rome

Street Market in Rome

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WHERE TO SHOP IN ROME, TALY

WHERE TO SHOP IN ROME, TALY

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In this video, we talk about some avenues, outlets and flea markets in Rome, Italy, so you can go shopping :) Please, like the video and subscribe to CDGirls Travel English Channel.
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Speed Level Design - Rome Market - Unreal Engine 4

Speed Level Design - Rome Market - Unreal Engine 4

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Roman Modular kit was created by Quantum Theory which can be found here. https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/rome-fantasy-pack-i Music created by Ludovico Einaudi - View his channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/ludovicoeinaudi ⚫Email webcats1983@gmail.com ⚫ Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/maverick1 ⚫My PC - http://kit.com/Maverick/ ⚫Art Station : https://www.artstation.com/artist/mav... ⚫Twitter : https://twitter.com/Maverick982 ⚫Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/maverickld/ ⚫Twitch : http://www.twitch.tv/maverick186
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Campo de' Fiori morning market in Rome, Italy

Campo de' Fiori morning market in Rome, Italy

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Situated in the heart of Rome is a colorful square known as Campo de' Fiori. During the Middle Ages, the area was a meadow. The name Campo de' Fiori literally means "field of flowers." Each morning, a vibrant fruit and vegetable market is held at the piazza. It's not uncommon to also find spices, fish, pasta, olive oil, vinegar, and souvenirs for sale. The market has been held daily since 1869. At the center of the piazza is a statue of Giordano Bruno, a philosopher and intellectual heretic who was burnt alive at this spot on February 17, 1600. Bruno is standing as he defiantly faces the Vatican who placed all of his works on the Index of Forbidden Books by the Holy Office. When the statue of erected in 1889, the Vatican protested but was overruled by angry locals. At night, Campo de' Fiori is busy as a meeting place with locals and tourists have a drink or eat at one of the cafes lining the square.
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Mercatino Conca d'Oro, Antiques, Collectible, Vintage Market in Rome!

Mercatino Conca d'Oro, Antiques, Collectible, Vintage Market in Rome!

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Mercatino Conca d'Oro is a small street market in Rome with Collectible items, antiques, old italian furniture, minerals, coins, clothes, food, plants. It's quite small and most stands have banal stuff, but some hide little treasures. For more info check my web guide http://www.romeinsiderguide.com/rome-street-markets.html
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Open Market In Rome

Open Market In Rome

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Just one of the many open markets to be seen in Rome, July 2011
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Rome Off the Beaten Path: Porta Portese (Italian Flea Markets)

Rome Off the Beaten Path: Porta Portese (Italian Flea Markets)

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Porta Portese is a weekly Sunday flea market that is located near the ancient Porta Portese city gate. It is located in/around the neighbourhood or zone of Trastevere and can be accessed easily by public transportation. The market is a huge attraction for both locals and tourists, who gather to its many stalls to by trinkets and necessary household goods. There are also many cafes and food stands around the market for hungry shoppers. Of course, because it is so crowded, it is important to be aware of the possibility of being pickpocketed! Guard your wallet! Want to learn more about Porta Portese? Visit TripAdvisor to see more images and read about experiences. Find me: Facebook | Twitter (diemblake) | Google+ Have questions? Send a message here or to diedreblake@gmail.com
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Farmers' Market in Rome

Farmers' Market in Rome

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Debbie Eaton at a farmer's market in Rome, Italy.
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Porta Portese, Rome

Porta Portese, Rome

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It can be hard to find a bargain in Europe these days, but this flea market makes a good bet. Just check that Louis Vuitton bag carefully.
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Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy an Entertaining Vendor

Campo De Fiori Food Market Rome Italy an Entertaining Vendor

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While exploring the Campo De' Fiori Food Market in Rome Italy, I came across the stall where this man was entertaining the tourists with his sales pitch. I don't know how good his food prep too is but of all the vendors at the Campo De' Fiori Food Market he was always the most crowded so I'm sure he was doing well. Campo De' Fiori is a busy square in Rome Italy that plays host to an open air food market that is very popular among tourists and I'm sure locals as well. With it's spices and fresh produce, there's even a meat vendor where you can get a great porchetta panini, the Camp De' Fiori Food Market has something for everyone and is definitely worth a vist when you're in Rome. Next Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0N3E8SWWl5A Previous Video: http://youtu.be/hVmafR6M31k I'm Ian and I'm into Photography, Videography, Cinematography, Travel and YouTube.... And Ice Cream, I Love Ice Cream.... Oh yeah and chocolate, can't forget about chocolate. I'm also into the stuff associated with Traveling, Taking Photographs, Making Videos & Movies and being a YouTuber... And Eating Ice Cream and Chocolate. If you see anything you like, please Like it, Comment and SUBSCRIBE I really appreciate it. Thanks for Watching :-) Website: http://bokeflo.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/bokeflo Tumblr: http://bokeflo.tumblr.com Blogger: http://bokeflo.blogspot.ca
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from Nuovo Mercato Esquilino to Colosseum, Rome - Italy 4K Travel Channel

from Nuovo Mercato Esquilino to Colosseum, Rome - Italy 4K Travel Channel

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The Nuovo Mercato Esquilino is just a short walk from the main train station, Termini. We have heard that this market is more multicultural than the other markets of Rome. Already during the walk through the quarter we notice many Asian stores. As we reach the market, we are a little disappointed because the offer obviously includes only fabrics, clothes, leather goods, etc.. In the courtyard we see many students. In one corner is a café and where we take a rest, enjoying a cappuccino. Obviously, the market is housed on the ground floor. Upstairs are lecture halls of university or an institute. As we get back on the road, we notice that the real market in a neighboring building. Here we find fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and anything else for daily consumption. Both the seller and the customers seem to come from all over the world. Just like the range of goods for sale. Everything looks very fresh. The different cultures and their colors joy amaze us and we can not get enough of us. The Nuovo Mercato Esquilino has replaced the previous green market at the Piazza Vittorio Emanuelle II. Where once was the market, is now a park. The square with its surrounding imposing city palaces was built around 1880. It is located on the bottom of a Roman cemetery for slaves and criminals. In the park, you can visit the Porta Magica. It is next to the striking oversized architectural remains of a Roman fountain, the Nymphaeum of Alexander Severus and the Villa of the Marquis Massimo Palombara di Pietra Forte, one of the most famous alchemists of the 17th century. ....... please read more: https://blog.myvideomedia.com Der Nuovo Mercato Esquilino liegt nur einen kurzen Fussweg vom Hauptbahnhof, Termini, entfernt. Wir haben gehört, dass dieser Markt etwas multikultureller sein soll, als die übrigen Märkte Roms. Bereits beim Spaziergang durch das Viertel fallen uns die vielen asiatischen Geschäfte auf. Als wir den Markt erreichen, sind wir etwas enttäuscht, da das Angebot offensichtlich nur Stoffe, Kleidung, Lederwaren, etc. umfasst. Im Innenhof scheinen viele Studenten mit ihren Kommilitonen zu verweilen. In einer Ecke des Innenhofes findet sich ein Café und so bestellen wir erst einmal einen Cappuccino. Offensichtlich ist im Erdgeschoss der Markt untergebracht und im Obergeschoss sind Vorlesungssäle für die Universität oder ein Institut. Als wir uns wieder auf den Weg machen, bemerken wir, dass der eigentliche Markt im Nebengebäude ist. Hier gibt es Obst, Gemüse, Fleisch, Fisch und alles was man sonst noch verzehren kann. Sowohl die Verkäufer, als auch die Kunden scheinen aus aller Herren Länder zu stammen. Genauso wie das Warenangebot. Es sieht auch alles sehr frisch aus. Die unterschiedlichen Kulturen und deren Farbenfreude lassen uns staunen und wir können uns kaum sattsehen. Der Nuovo Mercato Esquilino hat den früheren Viktualienmarkt auf dem Piazza Vittorio abgelöst. Da wo früher der Markt stattfand, ist heute ein Park. Der Platz wurde um 1880 mit seinen umgebenden imposanten Stadtpalästen errichtet. Er befindet sich auf dem Grund eines römischen Sklaven- und Verbrecherfriedhofs. Im Park kann die Porta Magica besichtigt werden. Sie befindet sich neben den auffallend überdimensionalen baulichen Reste eines römischen Brunnens, das Nymphaeum von Alexander Severus und der Villa des Marquis Massimo Palombara di Pietraforte, eines der berühmtesten Alchimisten des 17. Jhs. ....... Weitere Infos im Reisevideoblog: https://blog.myvideomedia.com
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