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Thursday, May 12, 2016
Flee markets in Copenhagen.
There are several flea markets around Copenhagen, where you can make a good deal - mostly in Spring and Summer, but also some indoors ones in the colder months. But if you are into vintage findings and curios, the markets at City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen), Israels Plads and Halmtorvet will surely satisfy your curiosity too. Each year, a series of very charming and local summer markets take place in some of the most cozy and popular streets of Copenhagen. You can make a good bargain in the outlets and the vintage and second-hand shops in Copenhagen too. One of the major markets in the city centre is Thorvaldsens Plads Antique Market. The markets are full of vintage jewellery, furniture, old vinyl records, antiques, knick-knacks, and clothes. These include the market in Jægersborggade and in Ravnsborggade. Down one of the long streets of the main square there is a church and it is FULL of old books.