Stretching along the river quay, this antique market is the perfect place to enjoy a Sunday stroll under chestnut and carob trees. Besides the overabundance of disputable paintings and statues, here you can hunt down retro antiques (including silver, china and glassware), trinkets, shabby chic furniture and everything you don’t need (but want anyway). The clothes section is a bit disappointing, but still worth a browse.
I especially like the stalls selling retro cameras, movie posters, finely carved pipes, leather suitcases, puppets and vintage games.
But the thing I like the most of this market is the fact that it stretches along the cycle path, close to the river and to a beautiful bridge (Ponte Milvio) that is often overlooked, since it is a bit further away from the city centre. After browsing the stalls, you can cross the bridge and explore the Flaminio area, which is often overlooked as well.
The market takes place the first and second Sundays of each month.