8 Best Flea Markets in Rome for Vintage and Antiques

Underground Flea Market (DISCONTINUED)

Note: this flea market is currently paused or discontinued. Our latest reviews of the best flea markets in Rome can be found here.

A monthly flea market that used to be held underground, in a subterranean car park near Villa Borghese. There were more than 150 stalls selling everything from antiques and collectibles to clothes and toys. It was a bustling flea market held in a four-storey car park.

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The underground flea market used to be a great place for one-stop shopping; decorators and collectors alike could always find something special here. If you were visiting Rome, this flea market was a great diversion from the usual tourist sites.

Like all of Rome’s markets, this flea market used to offer a great way to see the character of the locals and enjoy a very important part of life with true Roman spirit. The Underground flea market will dearly be missed.

Where: Via Francesco Crispi 96 Ludovisi underground car park – Rome, Italy
When: DISCONTINUED in 2014

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