Vinyl lovers are often considered as audiophiles addicted to the warmth and precision of analog sound. They are also, and above all, collectors at heart, more often looking for second-hand rarities at flea markets than for new releases. While Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube are kings, vinyl records sales have never been so important since 1988 and now bring in more money than streaming services. In the age of dematerialization, flea markets and second-hand stores are the ideal places to find classic vinyl and sometimes even rare LPs that sell for a small fortune among enthusiasts. On this page, you will find a selection of antique malls and flea markets that are known to offer a selection of vintage vinyl records.