Street markets 

 

From 18th May, activities in Emilia Romagna will reopen according to regional safety protocols that ensure health and prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Regional law, Presidential Decree no. 82 of 17 May 2020)

 

ALL YEAR ROUND STREET MARKETS

Weekly street market, on Fridays 7am-1pm - Piazza Unità

 

 

SUMMER STREET MARKETS 2020

Via Flaminia – Zona San Lorenzo 

(between the roundabouts Ulivi and Vele and place Don Emilio Campedelli)

On Mondays, 8am-2pm

 

P.le Kennedy 

On Mondays, 8am-2pm
Piazzale Kennedy, from July till the second Monday of September

 

 

I Giardini dell'arte 

Via Cilea, on Mondays, from 4 pm, till the middle of September

 

Mercatino di hobbisti, creatori d'opera di proprio ingegno e riuso 

Via Tasso, on Tuesdays from 4 pm, till the middle of September

 

 

Viale Gramsci Handmade

Viale Gramsci (area from Rismondo street to Battisti street)

On Fridays from 6.30 pm, till the 17th October 

 

La piazzetta delle idee

Piazzetta Parri

On Fridays 8am - 1 pm (till the end of October); on Saturdays from 6 pm (till the end of August)

 

Abissinia

viale San Martino e viale Gramsci

On Saturdays from 4 pm, till the middle of September

 

 

 

to be confirmed:

 

Little handicrafts market

On Mondays, 8am-12.30pm

The Spa gardens

 

Mercatino per artisti

Handicrafts market

On Mondays, 5pm-midnight

Via Cilea

 

Little handicrafts market

On Tuesdays 4pm-midnight

Viale Tasso

 

E...state in Paese

Handicrafts market

On Wednesdays, 8pm-midnight

Riccione Paese

 

La Piazzetta delle Idee

Handicrafts market

On Fridays 8am - 1pm

Riccione Paese, piazza Matteotti

 

The children's flea market

On Fridays, 7:30pm-11pm

Riccione Paese

 

 

Hobbies

On Saturdays 5pm-midnight

Via Cilea

 

Little handicraft market

At weekends, 4pm-midnight

Viale Latini

 

 

WINTER STREET MARKETS

Antiques market, second Sunday of each month in the old town (Corso Fratelli Cervi)

 

Little handicraft market at the weekends of November, December and January, afternoon - Viale Latini 

History...

The name (in local pronunciation Arcaton) comes from the Greek and Byzantine occupation dated back to the sixth century AD: "Archeion" is the name of a plant, the burr, which still grows spontaneously in some areas of the beach now occupied by the bathing establishments but which was once abundant on the desert shore of Riccione.

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