The antiques market in Ponte Milvio is the most important and one of the most select flea markets in Rome. Launched almost twenty years ago, the Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio is a real tradition and a reference for Roman citizens, tourists, and residents of central Italy.
The Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio takes place twice a month in the area of Ponte Milvio, all year long (except in August). The flea market starts from the right side of the bridge, and spreads along the way Capoprati, following the Tiber river down to the Duca D’Aosta bridge (parallel to the bike path). The scenery makes the Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio antique market in Rome a trip on its own, even if you’re not in a shopping mood.
At Rome’s Ponte Milvio market, over 150 professional merchants gather from nearby regions of Italy. Many of the vendors found at this antique market are antique dealers selling high-quality wares, collectors, art and antiques amateurs. But Ponte Milvio also attracts artists, painters, sculptors, decorators, artisans, designers, and furniture experts who expose their best pieces. Vendors who come to Rome to sell at Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio usually source their wares not only in Rome, but in the entire Italian peninsula and even abroad. The result is a vast variety of antique and vintage treasures.
The Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio is one of Rome’s all-time favorite flea markets and antiques markets and one of the best flea markets in Italy. This antique market always boasts a large turnout thanks to an audience mainly composed of dealers and antiques lovers, flea market enthusiasts, but also of many foreigners in search of a piece that can embellish their home.
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