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Saturday Flea Market, Delft
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Delft comes alive at Saturday Flea Market, offering you a chance to meet the locals and look for bargains on everything from old books to fresh vegetables. Low prices and a vast selection of new and used items make this bazaar one of Delft's popular tourist spots, attracting both flea market enthusiasts and casual sightseers looking for a bit of local color. The market also builds a sense of community, making it a great way to get your finger on the pulse of everyday life here. Score some souvenirs and stick around for the marching band parade, one of Delft's liveliest weekend events. Using our online itinerary creator, Delft attractions like Saturday Flea Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Aos sábados a praça central de Delft é tomada por uma feira que atrai centenas de milhares de turistas e locais... Vende-se de tudo e a animação vai até o fim do dia...On Saturdays the central square of Delft is taken for a fair that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals. You sell everything and the animation will by the end of the day.show original
Samstags findet entlang der Grachten in Delft der Antikmarkt/Flohmarkt statt und man kann viele tolle Dinge entdecken und erstehen. Auch wenn man nichts kaufen möchte, kann man entlang der Grachten sp... read more »On Saturday, the antique market/flea market takes place along the canals of Delft and one can discover many great things and rise. Also if you want to buy anything, you can go for a walk along the canals and see the special features on the stands.show original
I am not a market person as such but the extensive array of stalls across the streets in the vicinity of the old town square offer a vast array of eclectic items for sale, making it quite interesting ... read more »
The big flea market has many stands selling used bikes for a fair price - some will even give you a (short) warranty. A cheap place to have your bike fixed, too. Nice options for food: Vietnamese spring rolls, Falafel from Jordan, Greek pastries...
Jeroen de Wijn
Not whst it used to be. This outdoor market has lost a lot of charm over the decades by becoming very commercial and losing the depth in quaint little stalls. Still worth a quick visit for the vintage clothes, just don't expect any great deals.
It's a great market and you are able to find the greatest things. Have a jolly good time, drink a coffee. ...eat chips. I recommend this market to everyone.
Waterlooplein is basically a flea market for stoners. They have all kinds of weed paraphernalia. They've even got weed goodies, like lollipops, chocolate, and ice cream, just to name a few. Unlike Dappermarkt or Albert Cuypmarkt, Waterlooplein does not have any food stands. They do have souvenirs and a lot of secondhand stuff for sale. I managed to nab a (working) Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet record for just 3 euros!
This is not what it used to be, it is now a bit too touristed so it lost its Flea market idea and the prices are higher than a averag flea market but of you walk equally to the official Flea market Street you can find some cheaper stores with real Flea market stuff, I still love this place it got a great market atmosphere go and check it!
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