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The Danes are known for their passion for the old and used, and in Copenhagen there are several flea markets to choose from. Here you can find something in all categories, and in all price ranges. Whether you are looking for vintage jewelry, clothing, antiques or old vinyl records. Go to flea market and find rare treasures, make reasonable bargains and experience unique atmosphere. Below you will find a small selection of flea markets in Copenhagen.
This is Copenhagen's most visited flea market. Behind Frederiksberg City Hall, this flea market is open every Saturday from mid-April to mid-October. It focuses more on what the residents of Frederiksberg want to sell, than antique rarities, but that does not stop visitors. Here, Danish and international fashion brands can be found at a cheap price.
Formerly better known as Old Strand Antique Market, Copenhagen's most exclusive flea market focusing on great antiques. It is open Fridays and Saturdays, from May to September. At this small and charming flea market you will find both crystal glass and silver cutlery. Gammel Strand, the Castle Church and Thorvaldsen Museum are nearby and also worth a visit.
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Loppelunden is located at Emdrup station and focuses on the phenomenon of upcycling. Upcycling is about redoing old products and using them in a new way. In addition to selling goods, they also have their own workshop where you can learn how to recycle. Here, the children can learn how to make space rockets from cardboard tubes before entering the market's pleasant cafe. Loppelunden is open on the first Sunday of the month from mid-April to September.
This flea market in Østerbro is indoors and open all year, every Saturday and Sunday. On their 8,000 square meters space, you will find everything from antiques to interiors. The selection is constantly changing, so there are new things all the time.