8 Best Flea Markets in Rome for Vintage and Antiques

Mercato delle Stampe Flea Market (ANTIQUES MARKET)

The Mercato delle Stampe flea market is a veritable haven for lovers of old prints, books (both genuine antiquarian and less-exalted second-hand), magazines, music scores, engravings and other printed ephemera.

Located in Largo della Fontonella di Borghese, the Mercato delle Stampe flea market is a permanent market, open all week except Sundays. It is small but well worth a stop during your day visiting Rome’s historic center.

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Italian-speaking collectors can enjoy leafing through back issues of specialist magazines. Other visitors might prefer the wonderful selection of illustrated art books and old prints of Rome of the flea market. For visitors looking to decorate their walls with historic Italian maps and prints, Mercato delle Stampe is the place to go.

Where: Largo della Fontanella di Borghese – Rome, Italy
When: Monday to Saturday, 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Read: Full review of Mercato delle Stampe flea market on Fleamapket – our interactive map of the world’s best flea markets

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