Copenhagen Flea Market Guide
Flea markets are full of things you need - and things you didn't know you needed. There's something special about strolling through the stalls and giving old things a new lease of life.
Around Copenhagen, there are various flea markets where you can buy and sell clothes, homewares and whatever else your heart desires. It's a fun activity for the whole family or friends to go to.
We've made an overview so you can find a flea market near you where you can explore. You can also take a look at the flea market calendar, so you can always stay updated on when you can go exploring.
Every Sunday, right behind Charlottenlund station, you'll find Gentofte Flea Market. It's one of the largest and most frequent in Copenhagen, where you can buy furniture, clothes, homewares and much more. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Loppetorv at Frederiksberg
Every Saturday from April to October, a flea market is held between 9-15 on Smallegade right by Frederiksberg City Hall. There are plenty of stalls with mixed goods and different food available for purchase, so you can keep your blood sugar levels up and your head cool when you're looking for your next bargain. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Vera's Marked Under Buen
If you love stylish clothes, this is the place to shop! Although everything is for sale at Vera's Marked under buen, the main focus is on high-quality second-hand clothing. The market - or flea party as they call it - runs every Sunday from 9-15 and regardless of the weather, as the stands are covered. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
"Make Green Sense" is the motto of Københavns Loppetorv, located at Israels Plads every Saturday from 11-16 from March to October. Here you can buy everything from socks to armchairs. They occasionally have themed Saturdays where they focus on a specific category and you'll be able to find exactly what you know you're looking for. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Byens Lopper is a vintage and second-hand flea market located in the large gravel square by the metro at Trianglen in Østerbro. If you find a piece of clothing that doesn't fit or has a small defect, Byens Lopper always has a repair stand on the market so you can get your new find repaired. At Byens Lopper, there will also be an alternative craftsman present so you can have a spiritual mini-session, such as a tarot card reading or palm reading. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Vanløse Torv Loppemarked
At Vanløse Torv you will find a flea market where people have gone into their deepest hiding places and found things they have loved in the past that now need to be loved by new people. The flea market runs every Saturday from 10-16. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Every Sunday from 10-16 between April 16th to October 15th at Lundebakken 1 in Copenhagen's North West neighborhood, a few minutes walk from Emdrup Station. You can hunt for great flea market finds in quiet and green surroundings. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Four times a year, several streets join forces to host a great flea market. These are Ravnsborggade, Ryesgade, Skt Hans Gade and Ravnsborg Tværgade, where both residents and shops make a great virtue of holding a great flea market. In the streets, it is the residents who set up flea stalls, but at Ravnsborggade Multiplads you can set up a stand on a first-come, first-served basis. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Værnedamsvej & Tullinsgade Loppemarked
Three times a year, Værnedamsvej and Tullinsgade host a huge street party where everyone is invited. In addition to entertainment and delicious food, there is a flea market where anyone can set up a stand, not just residents and shops. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
Rita's Blå Lopper
Rita's Blå Lopper is a traveling flea market that started in 2009 in Kødbyen and has since grown. The location changes from time to time, but you're guaranteed a cozy atmosphere and great deals on old gold. You can read more about the flea market on their website.
LoppeLinda changes location from time to time but is primarily located in the Nørrebro area. Here you can find a selection of people selling personally and small shops or entrepreneurs who have rented a stand. There will typically also be activities for children and the young at heart, such as a drawing booth or face painting. You can read more about the flea market on their website.