What could be better than strolling age-old cobblestone streets in search of the perfect gift? For travelers who are always looking for something original, or for the perfect treasures to bring home, Rome’s flea markets are the place to go.
At Roman flea markets, one could spend hours strolling through colorful displays of clothing, trinkets and even local food! And the best of all? These markets offer all kinds of competitively priced goods! Antiques, collectibles, new and second-hand clothing, furniture and decor items are all up for grabs at weekend markets located along some of Rome’s most frequented streets and squares.
If this is your first time in Rome, keep in mind that anyone who has ever shopped in the sprawling flea markets in Rome will tell you two distinct things: wear comfortable shoes and come armed with a wallet full of Euro and well tested negotiating skills! Haggling with Italians is generally speaking a pleasant experience: They always overdo it and the show is worth it!
So, a Ristretto and off you go to discover our list of Rome’s Top 10 flea markets!
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- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Mercatino di Ponte Milvio a Roma (ANTIQUES MARKET)
- Page 3: Mercatino di Villa Glori a Roma (PAUSED)
- Page 4: Mercatino di Porta Pia a Roma (DISCONTINUED)
- Page 5: Mercatino di Piazzale delle Belle Arti a Roma (PAUSED)
- Page 6: Borgo Parioli Flea Market (DISCONTINUED)
- Page 7: Mercatino dei Parioli (PAUSED)
- Page 8: Campo de' Fiori Flea Market (FOOD MARKET)
- Page 9: Via Sannio Flea Market (SECOND HAND MARKET)
- Page 10: Mercato delle Stampe Flea Market (ANTIQUES MARKET)
- Page 11: Underground Flea Market (DISCONTINUED)
- Page 12: Porta Portese Flea Market (SECOND HAND MARKET)
- Page 13: Mercato Borghetto Flaminio (SECOND HAND AND ANTIQUE MARKET)
- Page 14: BONUS: a few helpful tips to make your day at Roman flea markets a little more enjoyable and a little less stressful