Flea markets in Rome

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    Join us on a tour of the places where time seems  to stand still. Welcome to Rome’s Flea Markets

    Join us on a tour of the places where time seems  to stand still. Welcome to Rome’s Flea Markets.

    During the winter Sundays, Hotel d’Inghilterra Roma - Starhotels Collezione suggest to take a walk through the most famous antique markets in the capital. It’s always nice to visit these lovely spots, where you can sift through the bric-a-brac looking for curiosities and valuables, and be captivated by the beauty of antiques. 

    Antiquariato Roma takes place every second Saturday and Sunday of the month from 10 am to 7 pm in the Gardens of Corso Francia, and brings together some forty exhibitors selling exclusively carefully selected and valuable antiques, including silverware, furniture, carpets and paintings, also from the 1500s.

    The most historic and famous one is the flea market of Porta Portese (Piazza di Porta Portese), which runs every Sunday from six in the morning to 2 pm between the districts of Trastevere and Testaccio. Here, besides hundreds of stalls of antiques, you can also find modern and used pieces, furniture and second hand bicycles.

    For exactly twenty years in Borghetto Flaminio (Piazzale della Marina 32 every Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm is a meeting of private traders only exhibiting antiques and vintage clothing.

    Anticaglie at the Milvian Bridge is an evocative exhibition-cum-market, which winds along the river every first and second Sunday of the month, where you can find antique furniture, silver, paintings, antique objects, collectibles , prints, crafts and other curiosities.

    For over 15 years La Soffitta Sotto i Portici in Piazza Augusto Imperatore is held every first, third and fourth Sunday of the month from 9 am to 6 pm in a family environment along the arches in front of the Mausoleum of Augustus.