ITALIA – Markets In Italy

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Januari 30, 2023
Januari 30, 2023

ITALIA – Markets In Italy

ITALIA - Markets In Italy


The markets in Italy, ranging from flea markets to antique and food markets to those holding a variety of crafts, all tell an interesting and unique story as interested onlookers and potential buyers stroll by. Fit for those who indulge and bargain hunters alike, the numerous types of markets can be enjoyed and visited by every kind of tourist with a curious appeal for a taste of the unknown gems each market holds. Italian goods are renowned for their quality, design and style, with every town offering unique craftsmanship. From Milan s peerless fashion designs to Como s silk and Cremona s violins; from the marble of Massa Carrara, Murano s timeless Venetian glassware and the genius of Piedmont s goldsmiths to Ravenna s mosaics and the ceramic beauties of Vietri sul Mare; Italy is a shopper s and gift-giver s wonderland where you always find more than you bargained for.



Roma Firenze Milano Napoli Bologna Torino Arezzo Palermo
Deruta Casale Monferrato Genova Arma di Taggia Ferrara Modena Livorno Lucca
Viareggio Forte dei Marmi Grosseto Gubbio Latina Benevento Cosenza Catania
Bari Bologna Genova Milano Parma Rimini Torino Verona






Porta Portese. Every Sunday from 8 am to 2pm.

Via Sannio, near Piazza San Giovanni. Daily except Sunday till sundown.

Campo de’ Fiori (daily except Sundays)

The day s freshest food produce and meats are the main attraction on this exuberant Roman piazza.



Piazza dei Ciompi. Opening hours are like the shops. Open all day on last Sunday of every month.

Piazza San Lorenzo (daily) Stroll this famous market specializing in clothing, souvenirs and leather goods.

Mercato Centrale (Mondays through Saturdays)

Steps from the Piazza San Lorenzo, this two-level indoor market features fragrant cheeses and fresh meats and a kaleidoscope of vegetables and fruit.



 Mercato Senigaglia, Via Calatafimi. Set by Navigli s charming canals, the numerous stands contain new and used articles from the ethnic and modern to the vintage and collectible Every Saturday from Sam to 7 pm.

Oh Bei! Oh Bei! Market, Piazza Sant’Ambrogio. From December 5 to 8 every year.

Mercato di Viale Papiniano (Tuesdays and Saturdays). This gigantic market hosts plenty of vendors hawking their wares, especially clothing and shoes.



Weekend Flea Market (in the Viale Dohrn of the Villa Comunale) Twice a month.

Crib Figurines Market (Via San Gregorio Armeno). Year round. 

Mercato di Antignano (Monday through Saturday) . Food, clothing and housewares await the eager shopper at this engaging marketplace, located in the Vomero district.


La Piazzola (Piazza VIII Agosto). Friday and Saturday from 7 am till one hour before  sundown. Clothing, shoes and more are found at this labyrinthine shopper s paradise.


Porta Palazzo (Monday through Saturday)

This celebrated market, one of Europe s largest, is held in the Piazza della Repubblica, highlighted by a vast selection of delectable food items.

Gran Baloon (Second Sunday of each month)

The savvy collector will love this market of antique furniture, books, clothing and more, all from a time gone by.


Antique Fair (Piazza Grande). The first Saturday and Sunday of each month (from Saturday morning to Sunday evening). Antique buffs will enthuse over the selections of collectible items and heirlooms.

Piazza Grande (first weekend of each month)



Piazza Domenico Peranni. Daily from 9 am till sundown. Sunday and holidays till 1 pm.

La Vucciria (daily) An energetic, memorable market offering the finest food, including freshly caught fish from local waters. Perfect for preparing picnic lunches.

DERUTA    (Perugia)


Everyone wants to bring home a piece of Italy as a reminder of their travels. The hill town of Deruta, in Umbria, has been famed for its glazed and glossy majolica earthenware since the 15th and 16th centuries. Today s shopper will marvel at the elegant, vivid and regal pieces created in the workshops and bottegas by talented artisans.


Antique Market. Saturdays and Sundays of the second week of each month, except August.


Piazzetta Lavagna (oft Via Luccoli). Daily Monday to Friday (mornings and afternoons).



Fourth Saturday and Sunday of the month.


Piazza Iravaglio. Every Monday.


Via Corso Cavour – Viale Fontanelli – Viale Berengario. Monday from 8 am to 1 pm.


American Market, Piazza XX Settembre. Daily from 9 am to 7:30 pm.


Piazza del Duomo and adjacent to Via del Battistero. Third Saturday and Sunday of each month, except on religious holidays

VIAREGGIO (Lucca)       

In Piazzetta near the dock. Thursday morning.

FORTE DEI MARMI  (Lucca)    

Piazza del Mercato. Wednesday morning from 8 am.


Piazza De Maria and a part beneath the walls. Every Thursday holiday or on the weekday  preceding a holiday.

GUBBIO (Perugia)  

Via Baldassini. Second Sunday of each month.


Via Quarto – Via Mugilla – Via Ardea – Via Sulmo. American Market every Tuesday from 8 am to 1:30 pm.


Piazza Risorgimento and Piazza Santa Maria. Wednesday and Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm.


Via Lungo Crati De Seta. Everyday.


Piazza Carlo Alberto. Daily except Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm.


Via La Farina (at the intersection with Viale Europa). Daily during the morning hours.

Trade Fairs  


Expolevante. Expolevante has become the most important exhibition dedicated to the activities of free time and vacation. Tourism, gastronomy, nautical, caravanning and camping, garden furnishings for villas and parks are the main attractions of this event.


Motor Show Bologna International Car and Motorcycle Exhibition . On exhibit will be the manufacturers of car parts, accessories, electronic equipment, and mobile information. As has always been the tradition, visitors will be able to satisfy their passion by visiting vehicle exhibits and test-driving a variety of vehicles in the external areas available for product testing.
Cosmoprof International Beauty Products
Lineapelle Fashion or


Fiera di Genova
Genoa International Boat Show. A 100,000 square meters exhibition area, over 1,800 exhibitors and 2,000 boats.


Fiera Milano This avant-garde trade fair center marries record exhibition space and exceptional flexibility; the most advanced technological features and the well-being of visitors; the optimal utilization of space and esthetics. Fiera Milano has established the new qualitative, functional, technical and esthetic global standards for the industry. It has conquered the leadership position among the select group of major international trade fair organizations.  Fiera Milano features the largest and most advanced trade fair complex in the world: 345 thousand covered and 60 thousand open space for the new pavilions.
MICAM: Footware Fair
International Exhibition of ICT and Consumer Electronics. This is the premier ICT event in Italy and also ranks as the industry s second largest trade show internationally. The event is complemented by a comprehensive agenda of conferences and seminars. For presentation and discussion on new research projects, and for  networking activities between the most Important players in the ICT world. or


Fiere Parma
Mercante in Fiera  Antiques, collectors items.
Cibus Roma Mediterranean Food Fair


Rimini Fiera
Fitness Expo and Rimini Wellness This has become a great sporting event of worldwide importance. The atmosphere of the festival is a truly unique international experience of musical events and many other events to participate in. A passion for quality of life has now become the mission of the Festival of Fitness.


International Book Fair 
This is one of the largest European Exhibitions comparable with London, Paris, Madrid and Leipzig. Last year there were almost 200,000 visitors and the Fair was held on the site of a 46,000 square meters bookshop. A free shuttle bus operates between the Torino Lingotto Station and the International Book Fair. Another shuttle service will connect Piazza Castello to the Fair, stopping off at Via Nizza and Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
UNESCO has also given Turin the prize of World Book Capital 2006.


Fiere Verona
Vinitaly. This is one of the largest world events about wine – there will be more than 4000 exhibitors from 30 different countries spread over a 74.000 square meters space. Major wine producers will be present from the USA, Argentina, South Africa, Spain and Hungary. All the Italian regions will also be represented.
Abitare il Tempo.  See the latest in quality interior design and décor.


Vicenza Fiere
Vicenza Oro
Vicenza is one of the most important centers in the world for jewelery and these are the most important exhibitions during the year. A good website for International listings of Trade fairs is: 

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