Mercati vintage, una scelta sostenibile ed originale

Vintage markets, a sustainable and original choice

Dear Little Mermaids , today in our usual Coffee Break I would like to talk to you about one of my favorite places: the vintage markets , the "Toyland" for those like me who love old-fashioned clothes and accessories and "second-hand" shopping , but also ancient objects, books and prints. These places also known as " flea markets " hide priceless treasures and unique pieces in the world. Are you ready to discover my favorite vintage markets in Italy? All you have to do is continue reading and decide where to go shopping! 

Vintage markets in Turin

This historic vintage market dates back to 1857 and takes its name from the street that hosts it (the one that the Turin people call Balon). A colorful panorama of 250 stalls where you can find everything you want, from vintage clothing to ethnic crafts and antiques.

Vintage markets in Milan 

The oldest flea market in the city is the Fiera di Senigaglia with over 100 stalls where you can find practically everything, from clothes from the 50s, 70s and 80s to used bicycles to get around the city. A curiosity: if you are looking for vintage designer clothes, take a look at the “Cavalli e Nostri” boutique in Via San Giacomo Mora 3/12.

Vintage markets in Rome

In addition to the Vintage Market in Rome which is held every third Sunday of the month in Via Casilina, in the beautiful capital there is the Mercato Monti in the Rione Monti where every Saturday and Sunday it is possible to do bargains for all budgets and get lost in designer vintage clothing . If you love historical markets I also recommend a trip to the " Garage Sale - Junk dealers for hobby at Borghetto Flaminio ", not far from Villa Borghese or to the Porta Portese Market , famous throughout Europe for its multi-ethnicity and active since the Second World War. 

Vintage markets in Naples

Naples is full of flea markets where you can go shopping second hand and find some really interesting things for collectors: from the Antignano market in the heart of Vomero to that of Poggioreale near the famous prison, without forgetting the Fuorigrotta local market and the Posillipo market . The Porta Nolana Market and the Resina Market (paradise for lovers of vintage clothing!) are also worth a visit.

Just yesterday, in via Mezzocannone , I found some vintage shops with very cute pieces, if you find yourself passing by, I recommend you stop by Pop21.

With this quick roundup of favorite places in Italy where you can go shopping, I leave you because my coffee is getting cold and a lot of work awaits me for the launch of the summer collection! I await your advice: what are the vintage markets in your city? 

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