8 Best Flea Markets in Rome for Vintage and Antiques

Borgo Parioli Flea Market (DISCONTINUED)

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

Parioli is probably Rome’s most expensive residential area. And this is no wonder why this weekend market was a hot date on the capital’s monthly shopping calendar, until recently. Unfortunately, the Borgo Parioli Flea Market was discontinued in 2015.

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Three times a month, thousands of flea market enthusiasts and vintage lovers used to flock to the Borgo Parioli Flea Market, to hunt for a gem to ad to their collection or simply to enjoy the joyful atmosphere of this flea market.

Among the often-expensive bric-a-brac this flea market had on display, visitors would find original jewellery and accessories from the 1950s onwards, silverware, paintings, antique lamps as well as old gramophones.

Where: Via Tirso 14 & Via Metauro 21 – Rome, Italy
When: DISCONTINUED in 2015

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