December 25th is approaching and the City Hall Rome I Center arrives at the appointment announcing the next opening to the public of five Christmas markets.
Christmas markets in the centre, the Municipality presents the programme
We read it in a note from the first Town Hall. In addition to the now traditional event in Piazza Mazzini, which will open on December 1st and close on the 30th, with its wooden houses around the monumental fountain, this year the markets will be hosted in Largo De Matha, in Trastevere, from 1st to 26 December, at the Testaccio market from 7 to 24 December, in Piazza Risorgimento, where the Chocolate Festival will be held, from 8 to 10 December, and in Piazza Vittorio, in the heart of the Esquiline, from 13 to 17 December.
All five Christmas markets will be characterized by similar furnishings and the same lighting: eco-friendly houses, warm lights and, on sale on the stalls, only handcrafted products, including nativity scenes, Christmas decorations and sweets as well as many ideas for gifts to put under the tree. «This year we are quintupling the Christmas offer», explain in the note the president of the Rome I Center Municipality, Lorenza Bonaccorsi, and the councilor for Commerce, Jacopo Scatà. «Based on the successful experience of the only market last year, the one in Piazza Mazzini, we are moving on to five, one for each area of our territory. Furthermore, we continue our war on plastic, offering markets with eco-sustainable furnishings, almost always in wood, the same as last year, to try to give Romans back the authentic atmosphere of Christmas”, conclude Bonaccorsi and Scatà.
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