With summer behind us, what better way to spend a Saturday in Copenhagen then to go bargain hunting on flea markets? Here’s a few that takes place this autumn.
Autumn is really the season where the markets overflows in Copenhagen. The residents of the city are eager to get rid of their summer costumes and it’s your opportunity to make real finds.
Onkel Dannys Loppemarked, 24th of September, Onkel Dannys Plads at Halmtorvet
Don’t let the name, translating to “Uncle Danny’s Flea Market”, scare you away. This is one of the most popular markets in city district Vesterbro. Here you’ll find everything from vintage clothing and accessories, LP records and toys.
Flea market at Ravnsborggade, Nørrebro, 24th of September + 19th of November
Ravnsborggade is, most of the time, a focal point and street for vintage and antiques. The street’s crammed with antiques shops! For two days the whole street will transform into a big flea market. Buy unique antiques and alternative art, as well as local vegetables and crops.
Copenhagen’s biggest flea market at Bella Center, 4 – 5 November, Amager
For the small price of DKK 40 you can be part of what’s Copenhagen’s biggest flea market, held at Bella Center in Amager. The metro line M1 stops at Bella Center. More details can be found here.