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The atmosphere is truly authentic: sellers yelling their best prices, a strong smell of spices, fish and cheeses dominating the area and bakeries emanating inviting smells through the stalls. Unlike the Mercato Testaccio, which underwent a true restyling, this market kept its old features, including some old signs. Perhaps the best flea market in Rome, it began more than 10 years ago and has grown to stalls.
Here you can find any kind of product —from food to collectables and from second hand books to art- but, according to my collector friends, its real niche is music, and so vinyl, CDs and co. As for me, I like its quirkiest stands and the big amount of vintage furnishings but, most of all, I like its bustling atmosphere and the fact that this place is less for hipsters and more for people looking to scope out rare finds.
A tireless DJ will mix soft, Sunday-mood tunes to background your browsing of creations from the hippest artists, stylists and designers in the city, among the vintage clothing and hand-made jewellery. This is a flea market 2. The vintage feel and the uniqueness of the products on display make this indoor market a sophisticated and London-ish corner of Rome.
Prices are crazy high, but the market is worth a visit, if only to drink in its hip atmosphere. You can hover over these or any image to quickly pin it! I am Giulia and I blog about unconventional destinations, abandoned places, street art, outskirts, urban landscapes, weird spots and basically all the places I happen to visit and become very enthusiastic about. Portaportese Flea Market.
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French 1. German 1. Japanese 1. Norwegian 1. Show reviews that mention. All reviews flea market clothing bargains sellers henri. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed October 8, via mobile Great little market. Date of experience: October Thank MonkeyLover Reviewed September 2, via mobile Not Open Sundays. Date of experience: September Date of experience: February Reviewed December 8, via mobile Mostly junk, try the other flea in town. Date of experience: November Reviewed August 15, via mobile Friendly and local. Date of experience: August Thank Aymsr1. Reviewed November 18, via mobile I Was Disappointed.
Reviewed August 29, via mobile Nice stuff but expensive. Thank dimitrisd. Reviewed March 3, Decent small flea market, less crowded. Reviewed February 22, A good way to sepnd a Sunday morning. Reviewed September 20, Top flea market! Very fair prices.
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