Flea markets in munich – see and experience munich

Munich has about a distinctive flea market culture. Traditionally on the first Saturday of the Munich Spring Festival on Theresienwiese, this year on April 20, 2013 the famous giant flea market instead of. Lots of junk devotional objects then change hands at Bavaria’s largest flea market. You can experience an almost spectacular adventure flea market with lots of antiquarian and motley kitsch under the Messeturm in Munich-Riem. Some of the most beautiful markets present their business cards here on the page.

A cult market

The flea market is held on the site of the cult factory at Ostbahnhof every first Saturday of the month. After a 10-month break, you can discover a lot of rarities here again from May 4th. The cult market takes place under the roof of the old Zündapphalle and will be held until the end of October.

On the premises of the racetrack in Daglfing Flea markets are held on two days of the week, Friday and Saturday. Here you can find very high quality rarities. Mainly militaria, antique furniture and various complete collections change the interested owners here.

Also on Fridays and Saturdays and also every second Sunday of the month Antikpalast Munich-Freimann instead of. On the Site of the Zenith Hall, Lilienthalallee 29 near the Freimann U6 stop this flea and antique market attracts numerous visitors.

The available sales area for the flea market in Langenwied is 50,000 m 2. Here, retailers can sell their flea market goods straight from the car. The Langenwied flea market is also always held on Friday and Saturday.

Browse, find, haggle, even on the market at Park harp in Munich’s Olympic Park everyone can make their own bargain. 460 sellers offer odds and ends, beautiful and useful items on Fridays and Saturdays. This medium-sized flea market can also be sold from the car.

Special flea markets

At many exposed locations in Bavaria state capital there are interesting flea markets on the weekends. Haidhausen is for his Known yard flea markets, which invite you to stroll in various courtyards and garage entrances and on many small lawns throughout the district. The children’s flea market at Münchner Freiheit in Schwabing is also something special, where even the youngest sell their treasures in order to top up their pocket money and have fun.


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