We came across the lovely Campo de’ Fiori market in Rome as we were walking around, exploring the streets. The little square was full of stalls of all types – local crafts, kitchen utensils, cheeses, fabrics, spices, olive oils – with cafés round the sides. Its name means field of flowers, and has had various uses over the years – two of them being a horse market and a public execution square. Although it is a little bit touristy, it is a market that is used by locals too.
There was a wonderful vegetable stall, which really caught my eye because of the colours.
I liked this display of autumn produce that the stall holder had created.