The market at Porta Portese is a major flea market in Rome and is held every Sunday until around 1pm. At this market you will find second hand clothing, furniture, coins, books and many more miscellaneous items. The market at Porta Portese tends to be very crowded so keep a close eye on your belonging as thieves are known to frequent the market as well.
The main strip in very long and narrow filled with people. To be honest, it was a bit much pushing your way through. I was really disappointed with the selection. But after the long casino (casino means mess in Italian), I found some interesting vintage items. I liked the old hardware, nails, hats and other found objects. They also had a small but nice selection of vintage furniture, frames and mirrors.
After having explored the majority of the main attractions in Rome’s historical center, I decided to go and discover the city’s characteristic Trastevere area. Just across the Ponte Sisto, I was immediately greeted by a beautiful fountain, with a set
Via Sannio Market
The Via Sannio Market is San Giovanni is one of my favorite markets in Rome. The market has some interesting vendors. I also think they have the cheapest prices in Rome. Here you can find some great vintage clothing and
Bohemienne is a super cool little vintage clothing shop located in Campo dei Fiori. This wonderful boutique is truly a hidden gem. Mainly they cater to the needs of the ladies but Bohemienne also has a cool selection of vintage
Pifebo is definitely the best vintage store I have been to in Rome. The boutique is located in the hip Rione Monti neighborhood. Monti is one of my favorite areas in Rome, it is similar to the West Village
Dior is a well known fashion boutique with French origins, located across from the Spanish Steps at Via dei Condotti 1. Dior operates over 160 stores throughout the world and specializes in men and women’s fashion accessories, clothing and fragrances.