Perhaps the best flea market in Rome, it began more than 10 years ago and has grown to 150 stalls.
Here you can find all kinds of products – from food to collectibles and from second hand books to art – but, according to my collector friends, its real niche is music, i.e. vinyl, CDs and co.
As for me, I like its quirkiest stands and the large amount of vintage furnishings but, most of all, I like its bustling atmosphere and the fact that this place is less for hipsters and more for people looking to scope out rare finds.
Truth be told, I rarely bring anything back home, but I do love to wander around its colourful stalls, grabbing some street food on the go at the delicious stands selling regional food.
After shopping, don’t miss a walk along the Aniene river through the almost unspoilt Parco delle Valli, one of the wildest parks in Rome.