Bazarul cu Amintiri (The Memories Bazaar) takes place three times a week and hosts over 500 sellers over a surface of 5,000 square meters (so make sure you bring comfortable shoes!). Unlike the Antiquities Collectors Market, The Memories Bazaar features a mix of new and old products, vintage objects as it is in fact more common with flea markets in Bucharest.
Visitors can therefore come across a bric-a-brac of old furniture, ceramics, jewellery, paintings, old coins and clothes sitting next to scooters, new sport shoes, mobile phones and a variety of home appliances. The trick to make the most of a trip to the Memories Bazaar, is to look around carefully as there are plenty of interesting objects to dig out.
The Memories Bazaar has an entry fee of 0.50 cents for visitors and 0.75 cents for sellers.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
If you’re buying something big like a commode or a chest of drawers to ship internationally, tell the vendor the item is for export and that you’re using a reputable shipper who will provide an export certificate. They may pass along additional discounts.
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