Once a month, from dawn until sunset, the Piazza Dei Quiriti – which is named after the inhabitants of the town of Cures, the Curites and later Quirites who became co-founders of Rome – hosts an antiques and collectors market.
Located around Attilio Selva’s Fountain of the Caryatids, a few blocks away east from the Vatican, the Mercatino dell’Antiquariato di Piazza dei Quiriti has become a point of reference for many local and international flea market enthusiasts and avid collectors, eager to enrich their private collections.
Strolling between over 40 booths selling old toys, cute decorations, furniture, and kitchen items, as well as high-end Roman antiques, old books, prints, antique clocks, gramophones, porcelain, paintings, vintage comics, and other items with a retro local flavors, flea market enthusiasts and antique collectors visiting the Mercatino dell’Antiquariato di Piazza dei Quiriti will be spoiled for choice.
The Mercatino dell’Antiquariato di Piazza dei Quiriti is a famous destination for the nostalgic of the old Roman antique markets, and the perfect spot to relax and unwind in the morning, before the festive aperitif or as an after lunch walk just before the afternoon coffee.
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