Flea Markets in Vienna
Flea Market at Naschmarkt
Every Saturday, early in the morning, the Naschmarkt wakes up. Dozens of traders from Austria and the bordering countries come togehter next to the subway station U4 Kettenbrückengasse to sell their - mostly aged but precious goods. If you want to make a bargain, we advise you to come early. Sometimes the flea market seems like a royal rumble in a box ring, but if you are persistent and know what you want, you’ll most probably find what you want. The flea market where bargaining is reasonable and well accepted.
Very popular is Lilien porcellain, old vinyl records, antiquities, clothes like leather jackets, jewellery and books. Most of the sold things are not that expensive, but if you don’t want to spend a fortune, you should set a certain amount of money you want to spend and stop shopping after you’ve emptied your purse. If you find that lounge chair you’ve been wanting for over 10 years, you can still withdraw money at the ATM outside the market office.
If you want to sell off your old belongings, you just have to apply for a spot six weeks in advance maximum and pay the relatively cheap fees, eg. EUR 19,36 for a small spot (1.6 x 2 m) or a bigger spot for EUR 38.72 (3.2 x 2 m), each per day. There’s also the possibility to rent a spot last minute at 8 am at the market office, cause sometimes people who have a reservation just don’t show up.
You can easily combine your shopping experience with a visit to Naschmarkt and lunch at one of the fine restaurants or market stands at or in the vicinity of the flea market.
Sat: 7 am - ca. 1 am