Flea markets in Rome

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Get your insight in life and leisure of Romans by wondering around Sunday flea and antiques markets spread out around Rome.

Borghetto Flaminio, Sundays 10:00-19:00.
Just outside the gates of Piazza del Popolo, great antique and modern finds of vintage clothing, handbags, sunglasses, crystal and silver objects, costume jewelry. Small entrance fee 1.60 EUR.

Porto Portese, Sundays, from dawn to 14:00
This is the biggest flea market in Rome where you can find from Murano lamps to cheap clothes to auto parts. For antique furniture, lamps, curiosities, rugs, furniture old lace and embroideries enter from Piazza Ippolito Nievo. For pots and pans, clothing and shoes, and  houseware enter from Piazza Porto Portese.

Piazza Mazzini, second weekend of the month, Friday–Sunday
About 90 vendors sell antiques, paintings, collectibles.

Garage Sale, Sunday, June - 10:00 to 19:00, July - 17:00 to 00:00
Address: Piazza della Marina, 32, Rome
Secondhand market offers a stall to anyone wanting to sell their goods.

Il Giardino d'Inverno, every 2nd and 4th Sunday, October to May - 10:00 to 19:00
Address: Viale Romania, 32, Rome
Market where amateurs and absolutely anyone can buy, sell or exchange their goods here.

Soffitto Sotto i Portici, first and third Sunday of the month
Piazza Augusto Imperatore
Small pieces of furniture, collectibles, picture frames, broches etc.

Villa Gloria, econd sunday of the month
More than hundred vendors located in front of the park that faces Rome's Villa Gloria (along Viale Maresciallo Pilsudski).