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Mercato Borghetto Flaminio, Rome

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  • Near piazza del popolo, nice market, essentially, designer clothing secondhand. You enter by paying small ticket, but so there isn't too much crowding and the environment seems safe with no pickpockets. The saleswomen are polite. You can find great bargains. Many buckles and belts.
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  • It was a while since I went to the market of borghetto Flaminio and today, unfortunately, I had a very unplesant surprise: you pay the entrance fee! € 1.60 per person! But when ever to go to a flea market to see the stalls you pay the ticket, but what's new is this? Maybe that exhibitors do not pay the stands and they have to pay for any customers? Or we are entering an attraction at European level or in a Museum? And then if I go from Gucci or Bulgari that I pay 20-30 euros? I find it a very bad taste, considering the level of used vehicles that you can find and origin, often from Uptown, by some of the vendors. I would have understood if the funds had been intended for earthquake victims of our regions, but so ... Too bad, I will not return anymore.
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  • Small but in a well-organized area behind piazza del popolo (underground Flaminio). Admission € 1.60, all in one hour. Non antiques!! but essentially clothing + accessories vintage boutiques. Great for ladies looking for business
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