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Best Weekly Flea Markets for Antiques in Europe

Rich in history, Europe is the perfect playground to go antique shopping. Locals and tourists alike are in luck with so many remarkable weekly flea markets for antiques. Rare fleas have perks too, but can require extra planning. Since the markets on this list happen every week, it is rather easy to swing by while in the area. Plus, these featured weekly flea markets in Europe sell at least 60% of vintage and quality antique items.

While there are gads of nice weekly flea markets for antiques in Europe, we exclusively picked flea markets hosting a significant number of exhibitors selling vintage & antiques. Here is our selection of the 13 best weekly flea markets for antiques in Europe.

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Les Puces du Canal (Lyon, France)

Les Puces du Canal Lyon A Best Weekly Flea Market In Europe
Les Puces du Canal Lyon A Best Weekly Flea Market In Europe

The journey is worth the destination. A little tricky to get to, reserve a licensed shuttle to focus on the road of vintage gems ahead. Attracting 500,000 visitors per year, Les Puces du Canal is a flea market paradise teemed with more that 400 vendors. Attendees have three opportunities as the market runs every Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Experienced visitors, though, recommend Sundays as best for bargains and selection. Each day hosts vetted professional merchants who sell everything from fine antique furniture to old bicycles and light fixtures.

Where: 5 Rue Eugène Pottier, 69100 Villeurbanne, France
When: Thursday 07:00 – 13:00, Saturday 09:00 – 12:00, Sunday 07:00 – 15:00
Website: https://www.pucesducanal.com/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/les-puces-du-canal/

Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt (Berlin, Germany) 

Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt Berlin Weekly Flea Market
Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt Berlin Weekly Flea Market

Berlin bustles with flea markets. As many as fifty take place around the city at any given time. Yet every Sunday the Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt regularly draws 120 to 150 vendors. Collectors can expect to find anything from antique furniture and midcentury modern décor to bundles of vinyl records, stamps, and coins. Plus, seekers of true vintage can delight that the event organizers have banned the resell of new items. Another reason Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt is a favorite is because prices are competitive and there’s room to haggle.

Where: Erich-Steinfurth-Straße 1, Berlin DE
When: Sundays: 09:00 – 17:00
Website: Ostbahnhof Flohmarkt
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/ostbahnhof-flohmarkt/

Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen / Clignancourt (Paris, France)

Marche aux Puces de Saint Ouen © Amelie Dupont
Marche aux Puces de Saint Ouen © Amelie Dupont

A flea market so beloved it ranks 4th among tourist landmarks in Paris. The Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen (also known as Puces de Clignancourt) has been a staple of classic French brocantes since 1885. With nearly 2,000 merchants, the Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen is among the largest antique markets in the world. Sections of the sprawling route have a museum-like quality since the majority of dealers are professionals stocked with quality antiques. Crowds can become thick, especially during peak outdoor seasons. But people watching, as well as celebrity sightings, adds to the vintage shopping adventure.  

Where: Métro Porte de Clignancourt (line 4) / Garibaldi (line 13)
When: Saturday 09:00 – 18:00, Sunday 10:00 – 18:00, Monday 11:00 – 17:00
Website: Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/paris-flea-market-clignancourt/

Marché aux Puces de Vanves (Paris, France) 

Marché aux Puces de Vanves
Marché aux Puces de Vanves

If in the mood for something a little more low-key, the Vanves flea market in Paris is a great alternative. Tucked in a tranquil pocket of the city, Vanves is easy to get to and relaxing to navigate. Travelers will enjoy the array of smalls that fit nicely into suitcases, such as vintage cameras and classic Chanel bottles. Even avid collectors who have seen it all will likely discover one-of-a-kinds. Expect to find eccentric furniture and quirky curiosities, including items like original 1920s paintings or a pair of 1960s Bertoia wire chairs.

Where: Avenue Georges Lafenestre Île-de-France FR
When: Saturday – Sunday: 07:00 – 13:00
Website: http://www.pucesdevanves.fr/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/puces-de-vanves-flea-market/

Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio (Rome, Italy) 

Mercatino di Ponte Milvio Rome Weekly Flea Market for Antiques In Europe
Mercatino di Ponte Milvio Rome Weekly Flea Market for Antiques In Europe

Spanning along one of the great landmarks of the Roman Empire, the Mercatino antiquariato di Ponte Milvio sets a stunning backdrop for vintage lovers. Over 150 professional merchants gather to sell high-quality antiques and vintage collectibles at this antique market considered by many of the best in Rome. Booths are stocked with options, from barrister bookcases and curio cabinets to cabinets to steamer trunks and costume jewelry. Participation from regional painters, sculptors, and artisans is also a highlight. Market goers can pair new and unique art with treasures culled from across the decades.   

Where: Ponte Milvio Lazio IT
When: First and second Sunday of the month: 09:00 – 19:00 (except August)
Website: https://www.pontemilvioantiquariato.it/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/mercatino-di-ponte-milvio-a-roma/

Tongeren Flea Market (Tongeren, Belgium)

Tongeren Flea Market Belgium
Tongeren Flea Market Belgium

One of the largest weekly flea markets in Belgium, Tongeren Flea Market hosts approximately 350 vendors and spreads over seven streets. Vintage enthusiasts have indulged in this popular market for more than thirty years. Surrounded by medieval walls, Tongeren offers a scenic environment in addition to a wide array of antique gems. Dutch, German, French, British and American visitors merge in search of that unique Rococo or Art Deco piece to adorn personal collections. Also, take a peek into the many small antique shops located around the market.

Where: De Schiervelstraat 19, Vlaanderen BE
When: Sundays: 06:00 – 13:00
Website: Antiekmarkt-Tongeren
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/tongeren-flea-market/

Broc’ Antik Market (Waterloo, Belgium)

Broc Antik Market Belgium © Antic Market Belgium
Broc Antik Market Belgium © Antic Market Belgium

Still one of the best flea markets in Belgium, the “new” Waterloo Flea Market, as many call the renamed Broc’ Antik Market, is also considered improved. The number of vendors has grown from 120 to 500 who fill booths in both indoor and outdoor spaces. And there’s more! Organizers strengthened the vetting process to cut down on secondhand junk and ramp up quality antiques and vintage goods. Yet finer pieces also carry higher price tags. Still, the eclectic mix of antique military gear, decorative glassware, and funky lighting and sculptural figures is worth a look-see.

Where: Rue des Français Wallonie BE
When: Sundays and bank holiday: 06:00 – 14:00
Website: Broc’ Antik Market Belgium
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/waterloo-flea-market/

Balon del Sabato (Turin, Italy)

Balon del Sabato Open Air Weekly Flea Market For Antiques In Europe
Balon del Sabato Open Air Weekly Flea Market For Antiques In Europe

Over 100,000 visitors throng to Porta Palazzo in Turin for one of the best weekly flea markets for antiques in Europe. For over 150 years, this sprawling open-air market has offered a bounty of footwear, clothes, house wares, toys and food from across Italy and around the world. With more than 1,000 merchants and 700 street vendors, Porta Palazzo is a commercial hub where the Balon del Sabato thrives. Plus, once a month antique dealers and shops bring their “A game” for the bustling Gran Balon.

Where: Via Bernardino Lanino Piemonte IT
When: Saturdays: 07:00 – 17:00
Website: Balon del Sabato
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/balon-flea-market/

Trödel & Antikmarkt am Aachener Platz (Düsseldorf, Germany) 

Trödel Antikmarkt am Aachener Platz
Trödel Antikmarkt am Aachener Platz

Since the Trödel & Antikmarkt am Aachener Platz opened in 1976, it has been welcoming around 20,000 visitors on its busiest weeks. There’s room for up to 600 dealers who showcase everything flea fans could want: from antiques and collectibles, such as vintage instruments and vinyl, to retro clothing and costumes. Visitors pace yourselves because there’s a lot to explore. In addition to the main flea market outside, venture inside the antiques and flea tent. The indoor stalls house especially valuable merchandise like fine furniture and designer jewelry.

Where: Ulenbergstraße 10, NRW DE
When: Saturdays: 07:30 – 17:00
Website: https://www.troedelmarkt-aachenerplatz.de/de/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/aachener-platz-flea-antique-market/

De Haagse Antiek en Boeken Markt (The Hague, Netherlands) 

Haagse Antiek en Boeken Markt © vvv.nl
Haagse Antiek en Boeken Markt © vvv.nl

Framed by historic 18th Century buildings, De Haagse Antiek en Boeken Markt is indeed a must-see. And book lovers mark your calendars too. In particular, this best weekly flea market for antiques in Europe specializes in trading old and rare leather-bound editions. Collectors of all things vintage will also enjoy perusing the 75 stalls. Expect heaps of antique furniture and chests, artwork and crockery, decorative knickknacks, and much more. Although vendors tend to drive a hard bargain, items are often well-sourced and worth the splurge.  

Where: Lange Voorhout ZH NL
When: Thursday and Sunday on Lange Voorhout (May to September): 10:00 – 18:00 Thursday on Plein (October to April): 10:00 – 18:00
Website: http://www.haagseantiekenboekenmarkt.nl/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/de-haagse-antiek-en-boeken-markt/

Dijver flea market (Bruges, Belgium)

Dijver Flea Market A Best Flea In Europe © Brian Aslak
Dijver Flea Market A Best Flea In Europe © Brian Aslak

The Dijver flea market is hard to miss, literally. Centrally located along the idyllic Dijver canal, this best flea market for antiques in Belgium and in Europe hosts three miles of booths. Because the market is such a draw for locals and travelers alike, keen buyers will want to arrive early for first pick. The Dijver flea market is a ‘folkloric market’, which means that vendors are only permitted to sell secondhand goods that are older than 50 years. Exceptions, however, apply to hand crafted items if the artist is experienced.  

Where: Dijver 11, Vlaanderen BE
When: Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00 (mid-March to mid-November) ; Friday to Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00 (June to September)
Website: https://www.visitbruges.be/market-days
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/dijver-flea-market/

Flohmarkt am Naschmarkt (Vienna, Austria) 

Flohmarkt am Naschmarkt © Sabine Trucksäß
Flohmarkt am Naschmarkt © Sabine Trucksäß

The Flohmarkt am Naschmarkt is Vienna’s largest flea market, ushering in 15,000 visitors and 400 vendors on its best weeks. Surrounded by splendid Art Nouveau buildings, it stretches for several blocks with stands hawking books, clothes, records, old postcards, rugs and more. Further, half of the booths are reserved for Vienna’s professional antique dealers. Like many flea markets, a hodgepodge of less valuable items also enters into the mix. But definitely anticipate a large selection of quality antiques and collectibles.

Where: Naschmarkt Wien AT
When: Saturdays: 06:30 – 14:00
Website: https://www.wien.gv.at/freizeit/einkaufen/maerkte/flohmarkt/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/vienna-naschmarkt-flea-market/

Camden Passage (London, UK) 

Camden Passage A Best Weekly Flea Market In Europe
Camden Passage A Best Weekly Flea Market In Europe

Saunter through London’s premier antiques village, a pedestrian-only passageway glistening with antique baubles. Camden Passage, not to be confused with Camden Market, gathers over 200 dealers selling anything from Staffordshire pottery to vintage taxidermy. However, Camden Passage also shines with unique and collectible jewelry, including Parisian accessories. Visitors are in further luck since the market is divided into four areas of expertise. Official market days run three times a week, yet another reason Camden Passage ranks among the best weekly flea markets for antiques in Europe.

Where: Camden Passage GB
When: Wednesdays: 09:00 – 18:00, Saturdays: 09:00 – 18:00, Sundays: 11:00 – 18:00
Website: https://www.camdenpassageislington.co.uk/
Full review on fleamapket.com: https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/camden-passage/

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