You find yourself where Aristotelous square meets Egnatia street. After a 2 or 3 minute walk, you come into another dimension. You are now in the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. You are on Tositsa street, and up and down on each side of the street you’ll find another antique house.
It’s the place where you can find everything. An old Rolling Stones tape, the doll from your childhood, a Pokemon poster. For vintage decoration lovers things get even more fascinating, depending of course on the budget.
At Tositsa street’s antique houses you’ll find old typewriters, heavy chandeliers that make you wonder how they were hung, vases, musical instruments, some functional while others not as much. If you find yourself in the neighbourhood, first of all you should be informed about the item you want to buy and its details, to test if it’s working, particularly with things like a musical instrument. Be prepared to bargain for lower prices. This works almost every time.
If you’re into antique stuff, like me, walk around the nearby streets and it’s certain that you’ll find something to fall in love with, and probably at a good price. Treasure and trash is all mixed up in the windows, so load yourself up with patience, perseverance and coffee.
I usually go there to find old used vinyls and miniatures which I really love. If you’re an antique-aholic, like me, this is the best place.
We don’t know the exact opening times, as they have their personal schedule.