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Flea Market, Vienna

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  • One of the best flea markets I've been to, easily accessible, a Metro station right in the middle. I bought a lovely old Caucasian rug, a snip at 60 euros. Don't be afraid to haggle. Get there early.  more »
  • If you have an appetite for übertuerte prices on the one hand, as well as obvious stolen goods on the other hand, is right here. And to complete the ambience: the wallet is easily stolen here äu0ßerst. Either, the stands are professional trader in bric-a-BRAC. They sell their items at the flea market up to three times of the price of that they charge for the same article in their stores. Or it's members of even not so former Eastern bloc, which offered stolen goods here. Garnished a place one should rather avoid on Saturday with lots of hustle.
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  • It should inform tourists, the flea market is only Saturday. Who are well familiar with these things, you can snag something interesting. When you visit, you should store well his personal belongings because many pickpockets do their mischief.
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  • Famous District, street and second hand market on Saturdays. On Saturdays market which starts at early morning and last whole day until 18:00, you can find lots of interesting things and antiques. Textile, paintings, frames, tools, toys, furniture, posters, cards, maps, and amazing hot dogs (Frankfurter). International Green market also on the same street. The Viennas famous one, where you can find food and spices from all over the world. 4 stars rating for the Flohmarkt, as there are better in Vienna, but 5 stars for the Naschmarkt area.
  • Really nice atmosphere but the things to buy are a bit more pricey
  • Worth a quick look if you're in the area to see the Otto Wagner house. The flea is Saturday only and is very crowded.
  • Vienna's largest flea market, but still very small. Nothing special here. Atmosphere is often very aggressive. In the past, that's where the Viennese Nazi past was washed ashore for cheap profit. Open only on Saturday.
  • I visit the Flohmarkt whenever I can. It has an aisle that is JUNK, a side that approaches museum quality, and a spectrum of nostalgia that varies from dirt cheap to highway robbery. Some dealers like to deal. Others are flinty. Wear a smile, take a chance, and bring home a treasure or a white elephant. But mind your wallet; you aren't in Kansas any more, Toto.