From Jewelry to kitchenware, it's here you will get everything from antiques to Jane Austen’s first editions. The world’s largest flea market with around 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible here, won’t let you go without shopping from here. It’s open all week, but Friday and Saturday are its busiest days. Go early to nab the best deals.
Marche aux Puce, which translates as the market of fleas is the mother of all market, this 150-year-old market is located north of Paris and has 12 separate markets too, where they have collectible of antiques and junk. Also, running a shipping service, which makes it popular with the interior designers who sends and collects their furniture and stuff. Not just that they also get delivered your products at your doorstep, with charges.
Mauerpark flea market, every Sunday invites flocks of tourists and found packed completely, with mostly locals putting up stalls and selling their stuff, such as bicycles,crockery, trumpery, shoes, toys, old vinyl records, and rummage. It's here you can connect with the local community and ious artists. Furthermore, the flea market at Mauerpark has a grand furniture tent where visitors might find real treasures.
El Rastro is the most popular open-air flea market in Spain, held every Sunday and on public holidays. El Rastro market features the stalls on two streams, there is a main street dedicated to Market stalls, where you find new clothes shops and the side streets contain the real treasures, from which you can search the best of antiques, collectibles, and handmade items.
With over 3000 shops, Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is one of the oldest covered markets in the world, so if you want to feel like Aladdin from Arabian nights then visit the Grand Bazaar. Since the 15th century, it has been flocked by tourists and shoppers from around the world. The market features plenty of treasures like spices, pashminas, lamps, carpets, silk clothes, ceramics, and delectable Turkish delights and other sweets in the bazaar.