What could be better than strolling age-old cobblestone streets in search of the perfect gift? For travelers who are always looking for something original, or for the perfect treasures to bring home, Rome’s flea markets are the place to go. Antiques, collectibles, new and second-hand clothing, furniture and decor items are all up for grabs at weekend markets located along some of Rome’s most frequented streets and squares.
Mercato delle Stampe is situated in the heart of Rome, within walking distance of some big cultural spots, such as Ara Pacis Museum and Galleria del Cembalo. The famous Trevi Fountain is also just a 10-minute stroll from the Mercato delle Stampe. Which means before heading to the market you can make a wish at the fountain that you’ll find your dream vintage item – and later discover it at Mercato delle Stampe. The booths..
Just a stone’s throw from Piazza Navona lies a peaceful street, around 500 meters long, scattered with decadent gelaterias and quaint antique shops. Find yourself immersed in true Roman opulence as you meander along Via dei Coronari. It’s almost as if one has stepped into a time machine and traveled back 60 years; locals spend their day peering through shop windows or sipping coffee alfresco with their face buried in an enchanting novel. Life slows..