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Explore the Porta Portese Sunday Market

A Guide to Exploring the Porta Portese Sunday Market
Porta Portese Sunday Market In Rome

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Explore the Porta Portese Sunday Market

There are several things to do and see when visiting Rome. However, your visit will not be a full Rome experience until you visit the Porta Portese Sunday Market. The market is located in the Trastevere area, where it began around the end of the World War II. It was started as a new location for trading black market goods. However, over the years, it has grown into a full-fledged open-air market, selling all types of goods. It is a huge flea market, in fact the largest, in Italy with more than 4,000 stalls. The market is open on Sunday mornings, from 7 AM to 1 PM.

A great selection of antiques

The Porta Portese Flea Market is famous because you can find and buy almost anything you can think of. However, over the years, it has established itself as one of the top shopping spots to buy antique items. In the antique section of the market, you can find several stalls selling items such as chiming clocks, brash brass, fine china, vintage watches, gilded tables, paintings, and several other items. With several stores selling these items, you get a great selection of goods to choose. You can also bargain for fairer prices, but with most customers being tourists, the prices can be a bit high.

Second-hand vintage clothes

Another great section of stalls you will find in the Porta Portese Sunday Market are the ones selling second-hand clothes. Here, you can find vintage clothing items such as the 1960s Gucci, furs, leather, 1980s Cavalli, and many others. To find something good, you will have to dig through piles of clothes. However, with a little patience, and a bit of luck, you are sure to find something unique that you will love.

Aside from vintage clothing items, you can also find several fashion items to buy at the flea market. These can range from the latest in-style items to knock off items, fashion accessories, and more.

Collectibles

The Porta Portese Market is a paradise if you are into collecting specific items. At the market, you can find lots of collectible items from vintage photos and postcards to art books, 19th-century maps, nativity figures, Ancient Roman era coins, foreign coins, brooches, and many others. To find good collectible items, you will have to visit several stalls and sort through lots of stuff.

Roman cuisines

Something else you can enjoy at the Porta Portese Flea Market is delicious Roman cuisines. Many stalls in the market sell delicacies, from roasted sweet corn to Parmesan ice cream, roast pigeons, blueberries, and many others.

The Porta Portese Sunday Market is the very often-visited flea markets by the tourists in Rome. In fact, it is considered one of the Rome’s top five must-visit places. Therefore, if you are in Rome, you should not end your trip without visiting this amazing market.

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What should I buy from Porta Portese Sunday Market?

Books, Peruvian shawls, clothes, home goods, and souvenirs are sold in this flea market.

What are the timings for Porta Portese Sunday Market?

The market is open from 6 am to 2 pm.

Where is Porta Portese Sunday Market?

The flea market is open on every Sunday in Trastevere neighborhood along Tiber River.