The Veneto and Friuli–Venezia Giulia

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  • 1. Mercato Sotto il Salone

    Under the Salone there's an impressive food market where shops sell choice salami and cured meats, local cheeses, wines, coffee, and tea. With the adjacent Piazza delle Erbe fruit and vegetable market, you can pick up all the makings of a fine picnic. On weekends and public holidays, the piazza is often filled with fabulous street food, as well as wine and beer stalls.

    Piazza della Ragione, Padua, Veneto, 35122, Italy
  • 2. Museo Conte–Antica Tipografia

    Look out for the striking Fascism-era signage typography above the door---TIPOGRAFIA---and enter Verona's oldest printing press, opened in 1750 and run by the Conte family since the '30s. Marvel at the well-oiled working machinery, tools, and rows of printing blocks before perusing their striking, colorful prints and stationery. Since 2000 it's become a nonprofit cultural association.

    Via Santa Maria in Chiavica 3, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy
  • 3. De Rossi

    Opened in 1947, De Rossi is a Veronese institution producing oven-hot bread, cakes, pastries, biscotti, and other specialties like fresh pasta.

    Corso Porta Borsari 3, Verona, Veneto, 37100, Italy
  • 4. Katastrofa

    Head to this bonkers emporium for an entertaining and eye-popping perusal of 20th-century antiques and ephemera, from vintage stereo equipment and funky furniture to quirky artworks and designer handbags.

    Via Armando Diaz 4, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 34121, Italy
  • 5. Libreria del Novecento

    All bibliophiles should make a beeline to this small bookshop with its fascinating selection of secondhand volumes spanning many subjects. Have a rummage to unearth paperbacks with alluringly designed covers, collectibles, first editions, and intriguing art books. They also have a selection of vinyl records and CDs.

    Via Santa Maria in Chiavica 3/A, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy
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  • 6. Rigatteria

    Opened in 1981, the fascinating Rigatteria is crammed with antiques, paintings, and a cornucopia of printed matter, including books, newspapers, and magazines, many documenting Triestina life over the decades.

    Via Malcanton 12, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 34121, Italy
  • 7. Sant'Anastasia

    The area around the Gothic church of Sant'Anastasia has a smattering of antiques shops, some catering to serious collectors. Head to San Zeno on the first Sunday of the month for the Mercato dell'Antiquariato fair on the piazza.

    Corso Sant'Anastasia, Verona, Veneto, 37121, Italy
  • 8. Zotti Antiquariato

    Owned by antiques dealer Pietro Maria Zotti—who has worked for more than 40 years in the trade—this always-changing shop has fascinating finds from Venetian artworks to stylish midcentury furniture, plus lots of smaller, more affordable items, including books, prints, jewelry, militaria, and coins.

    Selciato San Nicolò 5, Padua, Veneto, 35139, Italy

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