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Kolaportid Flea Market, Reykjavik
(2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This is a great place to bring back Icelandic souvenirs for yourself and loved ones. Sometimes it's difficult to tell with the currency exchange, but trinkets are not cheap in Iceland. You will find t...  more »
  • Located directly across the street from the legendary Baejarins Beztu Pylsur hot dog stand, this indoor maze of stalls and counters is interesting but not very authentic. Icelanders like licorice in e...  more »
  • Only open on weekends, this flea market combines everything from secondhand goods to Icelandic handknitted sweaters/ scarves/ mittens/ hats/ blankets/ ponchos, etc. Easy to explore as it is not very l...  more »
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  • Interesting flea market 1 minute from Harpa. Open Saturday's and Sundays. Lots of low end vendors selling clothes by the bag for 500 ISK but there are some gems. The baked goods and seafood are great and there are sweaters for less than 22000 ISK.
  • Very few things that got quality and you want to buy. The food market is awesome tho
  • Great place to pick up souvenirs. The Reykjavik flea market is full of what you expect from a flea market, but also lots of options for souvenirs to take home. There's also a fish section if you're staying longer and are looking for something to cook!
  • It's ok. Nothing to get excited about, but worth strolling through if you're in the area. We enjoyed buying from the local bakeries, and produce vendors. The flea market part is more flea than market.
  • The range of things you can buy here is astonishing. A lot to see!