If you’re looking to rub shoulders with real Romans, there’s no better place to do it than at the local open-air food market, where vendors turn the practice of selling the region’s freshest produce into a grand theatrical performance. The most popular market is the Campo de' Fiori, Rome's oldest food market. Nowadays, you’ll find craft and clothing stands among the food stalls to add to the local color, as well as pricey gastronomic specialties.
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