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Antiquariato Roma takes place every second Saturday and Sunday of the month in the Gardens of Corso Francia. Exclusively carefully selected and valuable antiques.
The most historic and famous one is the flea market of Porta Portese (Piazza di Porta Portese),which runs every Sunday in the districts of Trastevere and Testaccio.
Borghetto Flaminio (Piazzale della Marina 32) is a meeting of private traders only (non-professional traders) exhibiting antiques and vintage clothing.
Anticaglie at the Milvian Bridge is an evocative exhibition-cum-market, which winds along the river every first and second Sunday of the month.
The Car Boot Market is a flea market "from the trunk to the consumer" (slaughterhouse in Testaccio).
La Soffitta Sotto i Portici (The Attic Under the Arcades) in Piazza Augusto Imperatore is held every first, third and fourth Sunday of the month.
The first Sunday of the monthin Piazza della Balduina and the third Sunday of the monthin Largo Somalia a street market brings together second-hand dealers, and extravagant artisans and collectors.
On Saturdays and Sundays are two antiques markets open from sunrise to sunset: the first is called Passato e Presente (Via Casale di San Basilio 26), while the second is the Mercatino Dear at the Nomentano (Via Nomentana 748).