Where: Ravnsborggade, 2200 København N
Ravnsborgsgade is a charming street in the neighborhood of Nørrebro and it is usually only occupied by antique shops. This changes when the street transforms into one big flea market, in the heart of Nørrebro.
Where: Bella Center, Center Boulevard 5, 2300 København S
Copenhagen's biggest flea market is held at Bella Center Copenhagen. Here, you can find anything antique or second hand.
Where: Onkel Dannys Plads 1, København V
This flea market is named after the square on which it is held. It's one of Vesterbro's best markets with everything from vintage clothing, hats, childrens clothing, LP's and art.
Where: Smallegade 1, 2000 Frederiksberg
When: See frederiksberg.dk for dates
This flea market is especially a great place to visit, if you are looking to update your wardrobe, as this is the flea market selling the most clohting in Copenhagen. Frederiksberg is a more posh area of the city, and the clothing standards follows. Further, the market features its own hotdog-stand and beer-telt.
Where: Kbh Volume; Enghavevej 80-82, København SV
This flea market started in 2009 as a small market in the Meatpacking District. Today, it is known for its good atmosphere, varying locations and high quality second hand products at affordable prices.
Where: Kongens Nytorv
When: Fridays through Sundays from mid-April to mid-October.
Kongens Nytorv, one of Copenhagen’s most historic squares, is the ideal place if you’re on the lookout for vintage Royal Copenhagen porcelain, crystal glass, Danish ceramics, design objects and much more.
Where: Pumpehusets Byhave, Studiestræde 54, 1554 København V
In Pumpehusets Have, you can browse the stalls, eat South American street food and enjoy cold drinks and good coffee.
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