I'm in a the planning stage for a long week in Rome in September (probably 2nd or 3rd week); so this is a generic question, as I have not decided where to stay (location, hotel vs. appart., ... )
One thing I'm looking into is to visit the different markets in all part of the city.
Other than buying food from the markets sellers and making a picnic, is it usual to find small eateries in the markets like there are in Spanish markets, or close by ?
I found this list of markets : http://rome.angloinfo.com/information...
Is it accurate/up to date ? do you have an alternative ?
I assume by September, all markets will be overflowing with fresh produces, is there something in particular to be looking for ?
When I'm decided on dates and location, I will be more precise in my questions (restaurants and reservations).
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