The Best Flea Markets in Vienna

An assortment of goods that can be found at a flea market
An assortment of goods that can be found at a flea market | © jackmac34 / pixabay
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Flea markets, known in German as Flohmarkt, are a great way to use up your remaining cash at the end of a holiday and a chance to find a unique souvenir. Early birds can wander the long stretch of Naschmarkt to find an antique bargain before the sun rises, or make like a local and head to Riesenflohmarkt, where weird and wonderful items are waiting to be discovered.

Discover hidden gems at the Naschmarkt

1. Naschmarkt

Market, Farmers' Market, Food Stall, Vegetarian, Austrian, Fast Food

The sausages and cured meats hanging up at the Naschmarkt
© Paul Asman and Jill Lenob / Flickr
Naschmarkt is the most popular flea market in town. Market sellers can be seen setting up their stalls as early as 4am, giving those who are first on the scene a chance to head over to watch the sunrise over the canal and scour the streets for a trinket or two. The stalls sell everything from junk to jewellery and plenty of food stalls are dotted around so you can pick up a falafel wrap or hot dog to munch on as you browse.

2. Riesenflohmarkt


Open year round, rain or shine, this flea market runs every Sunday between 8am and 1pm. In the lesser-known suburban 12th district of Vienna, this authentic market has more of a local vibe than the Naschmarkt. Chaotic and cluttered, this market will force you to forage and dig deep for gems – you never know what may be lurking at the bottom of the piles of clothes, toys and bric-a-brac. You won’t have to fight fellow tourists for treasures in this market and the prices are as cheap as they come.

Wienerbergstraße, 1120 Wien

Various bric-a-brac at a flohmarkt stand | © domeckopool / pixabay

Various bric-a-brac at a flohmarkt stand | © domeckopool / Pixabay

3. Altwarenmarkte der MA 48

Set up with the aim to prevent waste in Vienna, this wonderful bazaar, located at the city’s depot site, contains true bargains and unique curiosities. Vintage furniture and unusual pieces of crockery are among the wide selection of wonders available here, where items have been given a second lease of life. These items are constantly changing, bringing people back time after time in search of a jewel.

Siebenbrunnenfeldgasse 3/Ecke/Einsiedlergasse, 1050 Wien

4. Fruhjahrsflohmarkt Obkirchergasse


An annual spring market in the swanky Döbling district of Vienna is the Fruhjahrsflohmarkt Obkirchergasse. Family-friendly fun is part of this event, with activities such as face painting and circus performances taking place. Rummage around the stalls to find something special to take home.

Obkirchergasse Vienna, 1190 Austria


This fashion-focused market, run by the Meins wird DEINS community, crops up from time to time throughout the year – keep checking their Facebook page regularly to find out when the next event is coming up. Discover vintage garments at thrifty prices and enjoy the coffee and cake sold at the stalls.

Dresses on hangers at a flohmarkt

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