The Flohmarkt Wienerberg is a large flea market in Vienna, Austria. It takes place every Sunday throughout the year, rain or shine. As it is a weekly open-air flea market, it is best to enjoy it on drier days! The location is in the parking lot of a large supermarket and only a small section is reserved for visitor parking. However, it is right next to a major road, and street parking is free on Sundays. Although not as famous as the Flohmarkt am Naschmarkt, the Flohmarkt Wienerberg is still a very popular flea market, and all the parking lots closest to the flea market are usually filled very quickly.
There is space for around 150 vendors at Flohmarkt Wienerberg, though it does not necessarily look this big when walking through the main entrance. As you turn each corner of the lines of vendors, more and more keep appearing! This flea market has a nice mixture of stalls – some are organized, and well arranged, with all their merchandise clearly on display; others take a more haphazard approach with all the floor space around and under their tables used too. Visitors may, therefore, need to be prepared to rummage to find good deals, especially through the clothes stands.
With so many vendors, visitors can expect to find a bit of everything at Flohmarkt Wienerberg. Many of the stall-holders are regulars and bring their collectibles for sale week after week. Therefore, a bit of bargaining is always possible, but the vendors know their valuable items and will only go so low with their pricing on those pieces! Visitors can expect to find cameras and lenses, watches, jewelry, clothing, ornamental items, kitchenware, toys, books, military memorabilia, tools, plenty of curios, and more.
Flohmarkt Wienerberg is made for early risers. Doors open at 7 am and the keenest collectors are waiting to come in. If you are looking for a specific vintage or antique item, you will need to be at the front of the queue as the best things are grabbed early! However, since it is a weekly event there is always another chance coming up.