Flea markets in Milan
Shopping in Milan is not just about the flagship stores in the Montenapoleone fashion district. A tour of the city must include the visit to some of the most iconic flea markets in Milan.
Among the flea markets in the city of Milan, the one that takes place in the Navigli district is for sure the most popular. It gathers more than 280 merchants who occupy with their booths almost two miles along the Navigli canals. Carefully selected by the Associazione Naviglio Grande the vendors offer to their potential clients items of every kind: from furniture to vintage clothing and accessories.
Di mano in mano that literally translates into from hand to hand is a store that has a large collection of furnitures that dates back to the mid fifties. With its two store in Milan and in the city of Cambiago (North-East of Milan) offers more than 6.000 square meters of exhibition space where to look for vintage furniture, art and apparel.
The number 1380 corresponds to the square meters occupied by the exhibition of this vintage furniture and accessories store in the Isola up-and-coming district. All of the items on display in the stores are also available for rent. Tv shows, movie productions and event management companies can rely on this collection to travel back in time.
In the so called NoLo district (which stand for North of Loreto) there is this family store owned and managed by Rosella Ramponi and her two daughters Chiara and Giada. Opened in 1971, Crazy Art promises to welcome its visitors and to assist its clients in choosing the best items of a collections that spans three centuries.
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