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Buy antiques at the flea marketin Florence, Italy

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In a secret place in Florence you can buy vintage, antique and very unusual things at the most attractive prices.
How to buy antiques at the flea market in Florence
Flea market in the Piazza dei Ciompi is a treasure trove of antiques, which in one way or another is connected with the history of Italy. Here you can buy the best souvenirs in Florence: beautiful lamps, decorations, even antique furniture.

How to do?

1. Come to the Piazza dei Ciompi.
2. Sometimes the market grows on the near lying streets.
3. Do not rush to buy souvenirs in the first spot.
4. Explore the entire market for unique items of local artisans or antiques and buy the best one.
5. Have a good bargain :)

Where to do?

#15Flea market on Piazza dei Ciompi in FlorenceFlea market on Piazza dei Ciompi

In the working class corner of Florence lies the flea market, where many people sell the antiques, and where not only local, but also travelers come to by something unique.

Location: Piazza dei Ciompi
Open hours: 9 am till 7:30 pm

When to do?

Market is opened every day, but it's better to come here on the last Sunday of the month, when the area is lined up with hundreds of merchants selling their antiques, it will delight any connoisseur.

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