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Local markets in Italy

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Our long awaited first trip to Italy is just a few weeks away. We will have 4 full days in Rome, 3 full days in Florence, and 4 full days in Venice. We will be renting an apartment in each location and plan on dining in for several of our meals.
We are looking for suggestions for great local markets in the areas near our apartments...places where we can stock up on the basics, but also find some great gourmet meats, cheeses, wine, etc.
In Rome we are staying near the piazza della rovere, between the Vatican and the Tiber River. In Florence we are between the Ponte Vecchio and the Hotel Lungarno. And in Venice we'll be right next door to the Hilton Molino Stucky on Giudecca Island.
I have emailed each of the apartment owners regarding their suggestions but have received very generic responses. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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