Befana market is again after two years.
The occasion, a conventional fixture on Rome’s Christmas calendar, was cancelled for the final two years as a result of covid pandemic.
This 12 months the town printed tenders to assign 22 working licenses to stall-holders, with the objective of filling all 64 stall areas on the market.
The exisiting licences have been granted in 2017 as a part of a controversial nine-year concession scheme overseen throughout the administration of former mayor Virginia Raggi.
The brand new stalls will promote toys, Christmas decorations, sweets, books, meals from the Lazio area, leather-based items and different present objects.
The carousel can also be again and there’s set to be puppet theatre for kids over the festive season.