A unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the fields of antiques, modernism, and vintage, the Antiques Fair of Arezzo is the oldest and largest open-air market exhibition of its kind in Italy, visited in every edition by enthusiasts from around the world.
Established in 1968 thanks to the efforts of the antiques dealer and collector Ivan Bruschi, it was the first antiques event to regularly take place every month, boasting a long and solid success over time.
Every first Sunday of the month and the Saturday before, the extraordinary settings of piazza San Francesco, Piazza Grande and the Logge Vasari, the very heart of Arezzo, fill with stands, antiques dealers, collectors, tourists and all those curious to see the event.
The Fair brings together more than 500 exhibitors from throughout the country: paintings, books, historic prints, modern antiques, toys, watches, porcelains, glass, fabrics, iron and copper objects and knick-knacks, as well as curiosities of all kinds.
The hunt for an exquisite object, the missing “piece” to a precious collection, begins the evening before the market opens, when the products are still stacked in the trucks, and ends, often after intense negotiations, at sundown on Sunday.
Visiting the Fiera Antiquaria is also a perfect opportunity to discover the history and artistic wealth of one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany, and an off the beaten track destination.
• January 6th – 7th
• February 3rd – 4th
• March 2nd – 3rd
• April 6th – 7th
• May 4th – 5th
• June 1st – 2nd
• July 6th – 7th
• August 3rd – 4th
• August 31st
– September 1st
• October 5th – 6th
• November 2nd – 3rd
• November 30th
– December 1st
Every first Sunday of the month and the preceding Saturday.