Flea Markets in Milan, ITALY
Milan is the hub of Italian culture, music, media and sports. With so many things to do and see, take the time to simply enjoy yourself – relax and sip an aperitivo while you consider your options for dinner. Planning a trip to Italy? Don’t miss our review of Italy’s Best Flea Markets!
Mercatone dell’Antiquariato del Naviglio Grande
Alzaia naviglio Grande, Milan, last Sunday of every month (from September) 08:30 to 18:30
With over 400 stallholders, the Mercatone dell’Antiquariato del Naviglio Grande flea market is one of the largest antiques markets in Milan and is located along the banks of the Naviglio Grande. Bargains include for instance clothes, toys, books, furniture, jewellery and general bric-a-brac.
The market is open on the last Sunday of every month starting in September, from 08:30 to 18:30, and is located on Alzaia naviglio Grande, Milan, Italy. Upcoming flea market days for the Mercatone dell’Antiquariato del Naviglio Grande are featured here.
Via Armorari Flea Market
Piazza Cordusio (Duomo), Sunday morning
Located on the Piazza Cordusio, the Via Armorari collector’s flea market is full of collectables, such as coins, stamps, cards, small toys and more. It is open every Sunday morning, near to the Piazza Cordusio (Duomo).
Via Fiori Chiari Flea Market
Naviglio Grande (last Sunday of each month) and Via Fiori Chiari (third Sunday of the month, near the Via Brera)
The Via Flori Chiari is one of the best antiques markets in Milan. It is held by the Naviglio Grande on the last Sunday of each month, and also at the Via Fiori Chiari on the third Sunday of the month, near the Via Brera.
Mercato di Abbiategrasso Flea Market
Piazza Mercato Abbiategrasso, Milan, second Sunday of every month, from 08:00 to 19:00
Showcasing a pretty decent variety of interesting objects and second-hand furniture, this Milan antiques market has many collector’s items to offer at reasonable prices. As it is the case with most flea markets, visitors will make the most of the Mercato di Abbiategrasso Flea Market by showing up early, before it gets to busy (and this is also a great time to spot bargains before they are snapped up).
Cormano Flea Market
Cormano, Saturday 7:30 – 14:00
You need to be an early bird for the flea market at Cormano, near Milan. It starts at 7.30am every Saturday and is over by lunchtime (2pm). If you want a real bargain – and have comfortable walking shoes – you should find plenty of things to tempt you among the 150 stalls.
The area is famous for silk – Como produces 80% of Europe’s silk and has been doing so since the 14th century – and visitors can always find some lovely fabrics among the household goods, toys, old clothes, glass and silver.
Discover HERE the full list of italian flea markets