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TK in Verona, Italy

The Piazza San Zeno hosts a traveling antiques market the third Saturday of every month; come early.

Verona's most internationally famous and attended trade fair is the five-day VinItaly wine fair in mid-April.

Conveniently enough, this overlaps with the almost equally important Olive Oil Fair.

Verona's schedule of trade fairs is long and varied—for example, there is the famous-within-the-industry Fieracavalli, a four-day horse fair, in early November. While few of these may be of interest to those outside the trades involved, their frequency can create problems for tourists in regard to hotel availability.

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