Launched in March 2016, the Mercatino dei Parioli (Parioli Flea Market) is the new kid on the block in Rome.
The brainchild of two seasoned flea market experts with decades of experience in the antiques and exhibitions business, this tiny antiques market breathes the atmosphere of flea markets like Vanves in Paris or the Tea Rooms in Brick Lane, though a little more modest in size.
Set to take place twice a month in the Via Salaria 138, the Mercatino dei Parioli currently hosts 30 booths specialized in high-value objects, like old furniture, paintings, crockery, silverware, antique lace and many curiosities. But you can expect this flea market to grow in the upcoming months (there are up to 45 spots available for flea market vendors), as the word spreads around the city!
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