The Best Vintage Markets in Florence, Italy
Daily Vintage Markets in Florence, Italy
* Daily Markets (except Sundays)
–Piazza Annigoni Market, Piazza Annigoni, Florence (every day from 9 am to 6 pm; except Sundays). Although they mainly sell vintage furniture here, you can also spot some unique fashion pieces.
–Sant’Ambrogio Outdoor Market, Piazza Ghiberti, Florence (every day from 7 am to 2 pm; except Sundays). Great selection of local food and vintage fashion.
Weekly Vintage Markets in Florence, Italy
–Cascine Market, Florence (from 8 am to 2 pm). One of the biggest and cheapest open-air markets in Florence at the nice and green Cascine Park, along the Arno river. You can find everything here from food to clothes (used and new).
Monthly Vintage Markets in Florence, Italy
* First Sunday of the Month
–Small Market in Piazza Mino, Fiesole. Since Fiesole is a town on a scenic height 5 km above Florence, you can easily take the bus #7 from Piazza San Marco to reach it.
* Second Sunday of the Month
–Santo Spirito Market, Florence. An unmissable market with vintage prints and records, typewriters, Tiffany-style lamps, coins, and low-cost clothes and accessories.
* Third Weekend of the Month (Saturday and Sunday)
–Piazza Indipendenza Market, Florence. More than 100 vendors, who come from various parts of Italy, selling furniture, books, prints, paintings, sculptures, and of course precious vintage accessories and clothing.
* Last Sunday of the Month
-Market in Piazza Ghiberti, Florence
where you can find antiques, books, paintings, fashion, and much more.
–Scandicci Market in Piazza Matteotti, Florence (various items, including used clothing and accessories for all pockets). From Santa Maria Novella Station you can take T1.3 tram towards Villa Costanza, and get off at Resistenza stop.
Other Vintage Events in Florence, Italy
–Visarno Market, Ippodromo del Visarno, Florence. Follow them on Instagram to know their next date. Taking place inside the hippodrome of the city, this vintage fair has vintage illustrations, furniture, clothing, paired with live music, and food vendors until late in the evening.
–Vintage Selection, Stazione Leopolda, Florence. B2B event organized by Pitti Immagine at an old station, presenting a selection of excellent Italian vintage sellers. This event is probably more suitable for buyers, designers, creatives, and fashion experts.
–Estro Market at Laura’s Garden, Via della Torre 108, Florence. A secret private garden hosts an amazing vintage market: furniture, clothing, shoes, and more. Follow them on IG and be updated on their next event.
We hope you enjoyed reading about the best vintage markets in Florence, Italy and that you will find many unique outfits there!
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