Mercatino di Porta Pia a Roma (DISCONTINUED)
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Every second Sunday of the month, from 10 am until sunset, the Piazzale di Porta Pia (in the district Salario) hosted an antiques and collectors market. Located between Via Nomentana and Corso Italy, the Porta Pia antiques flea market (Mercatino di Porta Pia) became a point of reference for many local and international flea market enthusiasts and avid collectors, eager to enrich their private collections.
Strolling between over 60 booths, visitors of the Mercatino di Porta Pia were able to find furniture, second-hand clothing, small antiques, old books, prints, vintage comics, and other items with a retro local flavor. The Mercatino di Porta Pia was a famous destination for locals looking for a spot to relax and unwind in the morning, before the festive aperitif or as an after lunch walk just before the afternoon coffee.
Where: Piazzale di Porta Pia – 00198 – Roma, Italy
When: Discontinued. It was held every second Sunday of the month, from 10 am to 8 pm (closed in August)
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