1. Mercato Nuovo Flea Market

Florence is the capital of Tuscany and one of the most scenic Italian cities. It is the place where the Renaissance was born and an essential part of medieval history. Florence is full of surprises and has a lot to offer from architecture to shopping. One of the best ways to explore this amazingly beautiful city is to visit some of the best flea markets in Florence. Mercato Nuovo is located in a central position in the city and has many visitors each day. It is the most convenient place to find leather items, scarves, and hand-made bags. Also, the market is known as Market Porcellino, as a  bronze statue is in the middle of the square. 

When | Monday to Sunday 09:00 – 18:30

2. Central Flea Market

Central Market or Mercato Centrale is situated in the neighborhood of San Lorenzo. This flea market is an indoor market hall made of iron and glass. Central Market is a typical Italian market with fresh fruits, fish, meat and other local products. If you wish to spend a day like a local this is definitely a place to visit. On the second of the market are many restaurants serving delicious Italian food. 

When | Monday to Friday 07:00 – 14:00 and Saturday 07:00 – 17:00

3. San Lorenzo Outdoor Flea Market 

San Lorenzo Market is located in the same place as Central Market surrounding the building where the market is. It is the original leather market of the city where locals and visitors buy the best leathers in Florence. Make sure to spend some time there, as there is a huge variety of products and of course there are not all original leather. You will be able to find great bargains and good items. 

When | Monday to Sunday 08:00 – 12:00

4. Sant’ Ambrosio Flea Market 

Sant’ Ambrosio Flea Market is an outdoor and indoor market, located in the Piazza Ghiberti. It the place where you can find the authentic Italian spirit as many locals used to do their weekly shopping there. There is a variety of local products and fresh goods and heaven for those who want to taste the delicious Italian products. 

When | Monday to Saturday 07:00 – 14:00

5. Florence Antique Flea Market 

This antique market is located close to Sant’ Ambrosio Flea Market and it is the best reason to visit both. As its name says has a lot of antique items, including furniture, books, and home decoration. There are many collectors showing their creations and it is definitely the place where you will spend money but it worth it! 

When | Monday to Saturday 07:00 – 14:00


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