11 Flea markets to dumble, stroll and haggle, enjoy hamburg

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For some it is garbage, for others it is a newly found treasure. At flea markets you can find everything from junk to valuable unique items. Bargain hunters, strollers and weekend strollers: people from all walks of life meet here. And since you can’t go to the flea market often enough, here is the ultimate list of the best flea markets in the world city. Warning: some flea markets take place every weekend and others only on certain dates.

© Katharina Fuchs Flohdom ​​Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld

Anyone who gets here should bring time. And desire to browse. There is pretty much everything here: vegetables, furniture, clothes and dishes. Every Wednesday and Saturday there is a flea market full of old and new goods on the Bahrenfeld trotting course. To complete the bazaar character even more, there are köfte and doner kebabs for strengthening.

  • Flohdom ​​trotting course Bahrenfeld
  • Luruper Chaussee 30, 22761 Hamburg
  • Saturday: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • More info

© Katharina Fuchs Langschläferflohmarkt Hafencity

Anyone who has claustrophobic seizures at the Schanzenfloh is in good hands here. The Überseeboulevard is a pretty setting for this gem, where you can actually get through the stands comfortably. In addition, despite the thick design environment, super snappers can also be made here!

  • Late riser flea market Hafencity
  • Überseeboulevard, 20457 Hamburg
  • 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. (31.08., 28.09.)
  • More info

https://pixabay.com/de/photos/flohmarkt-schiefer-chips-1732562/ Find beautiful flea market treasures in the factory

Sometimes Ottensen isn’t as gentrified and overpriced as his reputation. This is rare, but so is the case with the factory flea market. Private stands with bargains, especially clothes, en masse. Can get full, but it works even when it rains! If you can’t make it to the normal flea markets, you have the chance to visit the children’s flea markets and the night flea market.

  • Factory flea market Ottensen
  • Barnerstrasse 36, 22765 Hamburg
  • 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (24.11., 01.12.)
  • More info

Eimsbüttler residents’ flea market

The word "resident" in the name makes this flea market so great. No dealers who sell rusted "vintage" soup ladles for 15 euros, but nice grannies or younger groups of friends / families who just want to get rid of their stuff. It can get a little uncomfortable when it rains, but even then many will persevere.

  • Else-Rauch-Platz
  • Else-Rauch-Platz, 20255 Hamburg
  • every last Sunday of the month: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • More info

© rose_macavoy via Pixabay | CC BY 0 FlohZinn Wilhelmsburg

Willytown is at least as good at what works in Ottensen: a flea market is held here every first Sunday of the month in the old tin works. With roof! And an all-round program such as live music and fresh food. The way across the Elbe is definitely worth it!

  • FlohZinn Wilhelmsburg
  • Am Veringhof 7, 21107 Hamburg
  • every first Sunday of the month: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • More info

© MarinaRossi via Pixabay | CC BY 0 Barmbek Flea Market

Buy or culture? At the flea market in front of the Museum of Work in Barmbek, this question does not even arise. Here you can stroll and educate to your heart’s content – at the market and in the museum. In addition, new goods are prohibited and the S-Bahn next door, so there are no excuses for junk friends to miss the cultural flea market! This Sunday it starts at 9 a.m. and you can stroll until 5 p.m.!

  • Culture flea market Barmbek
  • Wiesendamm 3, 22305 Hamburg
  • 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (25.08., 14.09., 03.10.)
  • More info

© Artificial Photography via Unsplash | CC BY 0 flea market on the Großneumarkt

Flea market tradition? Of course! The market in Neustadt is not as new as it is Surname of the quarter implies: Already in the seventies there was haggling and bidding. In addition to its history, this market also scores with the wonderful ambience of the area. If you don’t find a small, cute restaurant for after-shopping feast here, you haven’t opened your eyes!

  • Großneumarkt
  • Großneumarkt, 20459 Hamburg
  • 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (18.08., 29.09.)
  • More info

© Manfred Morgner via flickr | CC BY 2.0 Flohdom ​​Horner racecourse

You can bargain, trade, browse, browse, shop and stroll wonderful on the flea dome of the Horner racecourse. Here you will find everything from old porcelain dishes, crystal glasses or antique pictures. Another plus: there is even a roof here, so you can dawdle even in bad weather.

  • Horner racetrack
  • Rennbahnstrasse 96, 22111 Hamburg
  • every Saturday: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • More info

© Manfred Morgner via flickr | CC BY 2.0 flea market in the courtyard at the Goldbekhaus Winterhude

A flea market. On the canal. More reasons to visit this piece of gold (haha, understand?): Delicious food, neither commercial traders nor new goods, and the opportunity to try stand-up paddling from June to August. In addition to the normal flea market, there are also a few other markets here, for example the “Gold Rush” upcycling night market. Sounds cute? It is!

  • Goldbekhaus Winterhude
  • Moorfuhrtweg 9, 22301 Hamburg
  • 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (04.08., 17.08., 01.09., 14.09., 28.09.)
  • More info

© Pad Pichetbovornkul via Unsplash | CC BY 0 Browse the antique and flea market at the Rindermarkthalle

Although the Saturday “Flohschanze” is probably the most famous flea market in the Schanzenviertel, there has been an alternative for some time now – and directly opposite. Less regularly, but with handicrafts and home-made goods between second-hand and junk! So who can not get up to leave the hill or Saturday and If you want to stroll through a flea market on Sunday, you should remember the parking deck of the Rindermarkthalle.

  • Cattle Market Hall
  • Neuer Kamp 31, 20357 Hamburg
  • 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., (03.11.)
  • More info

© Sasha Wolter Alsterfloh Alsterdorf

This flea market always wins the prize for the cutest name. Already an absolute all-time favorite for many, the Alster flea offers a familiar browsing atmosphere as well as the opportunity to get out of the usual three quarters – and hopefully return with some second-hand treasures!


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