Rome is full of flea markets especially on sunday. Here you can find a list of the best spots to find vintage and antiquites.
Via del Governo Vecchio
If you love vintage, you should definitely visit this street. Here you’ll find Rome’s main vintage stores selling a wide selection of clothing, shoes and accessories. Two in particular are bursting at the seams so you’re bound to find something you like!Read more ›
Ponte Milvio Market
Not only is it historically significant, it’s also the biggest flea market in Rome. Located in the old Trastevere district, it offers a wide selection of goods including second-hand clothing, antiques, brand name knockoffs, bric-a-brac, household products, vinyls and much more.Read more ›
This is one of the best flea markets to visit if you're looking for selected vintage items. Open every Sunday, it's perfect for those who prefer a pleasant and orderly shopping experience to a messy and hectic one. Set in a quiet and posh area, it’s also a nice spot for a Sunday stroll.Read more ›
Nightlife 13 1
Just imagine the setting: an industrial New York style loft with a striking terrace right by a wild river. Then add creative content: recycled furniture, international DJs playing electronic music, art exhibitions, a cinema, an arts-crafts-vintage market, a dance school, brunch, aperitifs and a chic restaurant. THIS is a real factory!Read more ›