An antiques, collectibles and vintage market that combines the charm of Vicenza with the discovery of timeless treasures that have memorable stories to tell! Antique and 20th century furniture, collectibles, vinyls and vintage accessories… accompanied by musical and cultural events with the added welcoming hospitality of the city’s businesses! Every second Sunday of the month between September and June… not to be missed!
NON HO L’ETA’
Antiques, Collectibles and Vintage Market
in Vicenza city center every second Sunday of the month
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This square harks back to the Scaliger dominion with its defensive tower, the only remaining part of the castle which once stood there. This wonderful setting will host hobbyists displaying collectibles and vintage items including records, tin boxes, accessories and clothing of a timeless elegance.
Lace and crochet works, antiques and items dating back to the Liberty and Art Deco periods and vintage accessories – rediscover the beauty of these unique pieces displayed by hobbyists from all over Italy. You can also also visit the Museo Diocesano and the nearby Cathedral. The square even boasts Roman elements – the cryptoporticus and the archaeological site under the Cathedral are not to be missed.
The hub of the entire market, this contrà is also known as Piazza delle Poste and combines Medieval elements with Rationalist architecture. A selection of professionals enhances this market with small furniture, elegant furnishings, ornaments and antiquarian travel books.
This charming contrada, whose name dates back to Medieval times, used to house the Roman baths and welcomes you to browse through the many and varied stalls to look for unusual and rare pieces – from furnishings and accessories to art and history books to embellish your everyday surroundings.
Professional dealers display an interesting selection of furniture, silverware, books and collectibles under the watchful eye of the statue of Andrea Palladio. The historic shops nearby contribute to creating a timeless scenario.
The square is named after the Monte di Pietà and connects Piazza dei Signori to Corso Palladio and Contrà Porti, the road along which some of the most important noble families used to live. In this evocative setting, hobbyist stallholders display refined collectibles as well as small and unexpected “treasures”.
The historic Piazza boasts two architectural gems by famous architect Andrea Palladio and here you will find professionals selling antique and 20th century items, perfect if you’re looking for antique and modern furniture and furnishings. Why not also visit the Basilica as well as the Museum of Jewellery?
Following from Piazza dei Signori, you will find Piazza Biade, featuring two columns commemorating Vicenza’s pledge of loyalty to the Serenissima. Professional selling display antiques and 20th century items including charming accessories. Take your time to enjoy a drink in one of the many cafés surrounding the square.
“Art and Music”
Every second Sunday of the month you will find a different inspiration in this amazing square close to the Basilica.
“Wanted…Art, Furniture, Furnishings”
Home decorating ideas galore in Corso Fogazzaro: furnishings, fabrics and small items of furniture – from restoration tools to exquisitely remade furniture, down to expert architect advice and everything needed for styling!