Summer break is almost over. We are back from our vacations and our life returns to its usual urban rhythm. What I find the most difficult these days is to get adjusted to cooler weather and shorter days, which automatically translates into spending more time indoors.
That is why in my master plan to face autumn head on I always include some home decorating. Each time I am looking for a seasonal inspiration I take my bag and run to check out the flea market in the art district of Brera.
Located just across the Academy of arts, the mercato dellle pulci in this area is the oldest one in Milan. It happens every third Sunday of the month and provides a good opportunity to enjoy a walk between stands with antiquarian articles and real pieces of art.
In case home decoration is not your passion, the flea market of Brera appears to be famous for its handcrafted jewels and accessories. The market is open all day long and could be accompanied by a cone of ice cream.
Brera flea market | Relaxing, Shopping
Via Fiori Chiari
3rd Sun 09:00 – 18:00