In the popular heart of the San Paolo district, a stone's throw from the third university of Rome, stands one of the oldest covered markets in post-war Rome.
This splendid meeting place between 'mercatari' and inhabitants of the neighborhood and not only, takes its name from the street that has hosted it since the early 1960s, Via Corinto, an urban crossroads between Via Ostiense and Viale Guglielmo Marconi.
The structure of the market is pure and characteristic, being characterized by four lowered domes arranged at the corners of the structure and by the fifth, in the center, which allows the internal surface to rise upwards, creating an airy, original and highly livable space.
The visitor who wanted to enter this historic place would find an astonishing variety of stalls and high quality products in front of him.
The relationship with the customers, the experience of the operators and the freshness of the products are certainly some of the peculiar features of this advisable structure, open to all, for everyone and above all for all tastes. Treat yourself to a pleasant discovery.