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From June 16 until September 3, Rome's riverside lights up with Estate Romana, more than 2 kilometres of pop up bars, vintage fashion, vinyl stores, jewellery stands and open air clubs. Drop in for an early evening drink and a spot of shopping, or come back after dark to dance the night away by to the water. www.estate-romana.it


Selling vintage and handmade goods with a modern twist, covered craft market Mercato Monti takes place nearly every Saturday and Sunday in the fashionable Monti district. Browse the 20 or so stalls featuring vintage silk scarves, old books that have been fashioned into lamps, artisan jewellery and screen printed t-shirts and fabrics. Entrance is free. (Saturdays and Sundays, Via Leonina 46, 10am until 6pm) www.mercatomonti.com


Global phenomenon Eataly is far more than just an Italy-focused supermarket: its two Rome megastores are also restaurants and cooking schools. Fill your suitcase with regional specialities or pause for a quick bite at the Piazza della Repubblica branch, but head to the Ostiense flagship for five floors of restaurants, bars and produce showcasing Italian food at its finest. Piazza della Repubblica 41, Rome and 1492 Piazzale XII Ottobre, Rome. www.eataly.net


Hidden beneath St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Necropolis is a wonderfully atmospheric 1st century AD pagan burial ground which is astonishingly well-preserved. In an esoteric corner, cordoned off from the rest of the city of the dead, stands a tomb said to contain the bones of St. Peter himself, lying directly beneath the great altar in the cathedral above. Only 250 visitors per day are permitted, so book ahead via the Vatican website at www.vatican.va. Adults €13, reductions available.

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