Loppemarked i Remisen

A weekly flea market held in the lively Østerbro neighborhood of Copenhagen, with a varied selection of themes every week

Many of Copenhagen’s flea markets are held outdoors, which is unfortunate when one is dependent on the weather. But if the weather fails you, don’t despair: the Remisen flea market is regularly held in the Østerbro neighborhood in Copenhagen.

The Remisen flea market takes place almost every week, and the entrance fee is as low as 10 DK (US$ 1.50). This entry ticket gives visitors access to over 100 stalls selling clothes, shoes, toys, retro stuff, books and other knick-knacks.

The Remisen flea market is regularly organized by different people (Helle, Anne, Steen…), which often leads to a varied selection of stalls or themes. For instance, from times to times the market is entirely devoted to clothes and accessories and on other days to electronics and spare parts.

For this reason, if you’re looking for second hand vintage merchandises, and would rather not find yourself surrounded by hundreds of old electronic gadgets, it is generally advised to check Loppemarked i Remisen’s Facebook page before heading to Østerbro in search of this flea market.

Antiquing Tip Of The Day

“What’s been done to this piece?” This simple question implies that you have some knowledge and encourages the dealer to be forthcoming with information.

— Kimberley Seldon, founder of Style At Home
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2 reviews

  1. Remisen (trianglen, Østerbro) I remisen på Østerbro afholdes der flere forskellige typer loppemarkeder, både tøj markeder og mere retro-prægende markeder. Begge holder jeg meget af at besøge og har haft mange både finurlige boligfund og ret lækre tøjskatte med hjem derfra. Koster typisk 10-20 kr i indgang

  2. Jeg blev faktisk virkelig positivt overrasket, da en af mine veninder en lørdag formiddag hev mig og mine tømmermænd med til loppemarkedet på Remisen.
    Selvom jeg altid har boet på Østerbro og opvokset med loppemarkedstande på store loppemarkeder rundt om i København, havde jeg aldrig været på Remisens.
    Jeg tror altid jeg har været for nærig til at betale de ti sølle kroner det koster at komme ind. Jeg tror også jeg havde regnet med at Remisens loppemarked ville være en gymnastiksal med fem boder med meget intetsigende ting, men der tog jeg fejl.

    Remisen, der normalt bliver brugt til idrætshal, var fyldt om med stande, mennesker og sager. Jeg blev nød til at gå flere runder for at få det hele med, og erhvervede mig da også nogle ting selv. Selvom loppemarkedet er ret lille, er det altså stadig værd at besøge, og så er der sådan en hyggelig lokal stemning.

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