For over 20 years, the Thorvaldsens Plads Antique Market (previously “Gammel Strand Antique Market”) has been Copenhagen’s favorite treasure hunt venue for antiques and collectibles, gathering a very selected group of quality antiques dealers every weekend throughout the summer. Even though it is not a huge flea market, the Thorvaldsens Plads Antique Market attracts hundreds of visitors, partly because its beautiful surroundings. The market is located right in the heart of the old Copenhagen Quarter next to..
Close to Copenhagen’s Lakes at the end of Nørrebrogade, you will find the cozy and vibrant street of Ravnsborggade. From being a street exclusively known for its antiques, it has become today a wonderful blend of all kinds of shops and one of the best shopping streets in Copenhagen. Once exclusively dedicated to antiques, the Ravnsborggade district has developed into a trendy mix of small designers shops, cafes and restaurants making it an attractive shopping..
Dubbed Denmark’s narrowest flea market, the Nørrebro Loppemarked is also the longest. Established back in 1986 by a group of traders in Nørrebrogade, the Nørrebro flea market stretches for 333 metres on one half of the sidewalk, along the yellow wall of the Assistens Kierkegaard Cemetry on Nørrebrogade. In fact, the backdrop of the yellow cemetery walls gives the Nørrebro flea market quite a unique feel unrivaled in the region. Although narrow, the Nørrebro flea..
Open every Saturday from beginning of April to mid October in the nearby parking space next to the Frederiksberg City Hall, Frederiksberg Loppetorv is one of the largest and busiest flea markets in Copenhagen. Frederiksberg flea market features over 90 stalls which offer almost everything you can wish for, particularly when the citizens of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg choose to tidy up in their attic and get rid of their affluence. Among other things, visitors usually..