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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 m...
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...
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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Where to buy food in Rome? Castroni, Eataly, Esquilino Market, Local Convenience store. ☉☉☉☉ Castroni: Castroni.it Via Flamini 28/32 9 other locations Hours: 9:30am -1pm, 3:30pm - 8pm ☉☉☉☉ Esquilino Market Via Giolitti Hours: 6am - 2pm Products: fruits, vegetables, nuts, plaintains, avocado, udon noodles, etc ☉☉☉☉ Your local convenience store Can be found in any neighborhood Products: Fruits, vegetables, shampoo, beer, wine, can goods, etc. ☉☉☉☉ Eataly roma.eataly.it Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492 Hours: 10 am - 12 am For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages: http://ChannelPages.com/XxARTMASONxX
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!
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 email@example.com
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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
Spend five minutes of your life on another GT Adventure, this time at Supermercati Elite, a supermarket in Roma Italia. Smurfs are called "puffi's" in Italy ... I don't know why. Those prices are in euro's. Nutella is a huge favorite out here. Thanks to globalization and the new world order, a supermarket is a supermarket, pretty much anywhere in the world, with the same products!
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Thousands of protesters hit the streets of Rome, Friday to demonstrate against labour market reforms. They were joined by thousands of workers in over 50 nationwide protests and strikes, hitting hospitals, schools and public transportation systems. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To buy this video please contact the Ruptly Client Desk: email@example.com Video ID: 20141212-019 ---------------------------------- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.co...
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
The Drunken Tourist enjoys a walk through the Campo di Fiori Market in Rome Italy. The Campo di Fiori Market is surrounded by many wonderful restaurants as well that we also take in. When in Rome a visit to the Campo di Fiori Market is a must.
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 ...
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...