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Art and Antique markets in Tuscany

  • Florence

    Mercato delle Pulci 
    Piazza de' Ciompi.
    Open daily
    This flea market sells furniture, antiques, prints, coins, jewellery, bric-a-brac and antiquarian books. It has extra stands on the last Sunday of every month, except in August.

  • Siena

    Piazza del Mercato.
    Third Sunday of the month, except August
    This small antiques and flea market takes place in a historic market place beneath a roof known as Il Tartarugone because it looks like a tortoise’s shell – worth seeing for itself.

  • Lucca

    Antiques market
    Cathedral of San Martino
    Third weekend of the month
    Lucca’s antiques market is arguably the best place in Tuscany for buying antiques.

    Mostra Piazzetta dell'Arte.
    Piazzetta San Carlo and Piazzetta dell’Arancio
    Third weekend of the month 
    This open-air exhibition showcases contemporary paintings and sculptures by local artists.

  • Arezzo

    Fiera Antiquaria
    Historic centre of the city
    Last Saturday and first Sunday of the month
    This famous antiques market is always a hit with collectors, featuring more than 400 exhibitors from across Italy.
    Further information: www.fieraantiquaria.org

  • Pistoia

    Antiques Market
    Ex Breda factory, Via Pertini, Pistoia
    Second weekend of the month
    Set in the restored former Breda engineering plant, this market sells antiques, bric-a-brac and contemporary art.

  • Perugia

    Antiques Market
    Palazzo della Prefettura in summer, Rocca Paolina in winter
    Fourth weekend of the month
    This antiques market sells Ceramics and antique costume jewellery

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