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Bargain hunters and gastronomy lovers all over Denmark frequent the many markets found throughout the country. Whether you’re looking for a souvenir for loved ones back home or want to taste delicacies from Scandinavia and around the world, patrons definitely find something that suits their tastes.
Fashionistas should definitely keep an eye on Veras’ website for the market’s upcoming dates. It’s a great way to buy some inexpensive, Scandinavian-style pieces or just spend a relaxed morning rummaging in tonnes of second-hand clothes and accessories. Veras Market takes place every Sunday – at Bispeengbuen during spring and summertime and indoors at Nørrebrohallen in the winter. With such a great number of stalls packed with clothes of all styles, it comes as no surprise that visitors leave the place with bags filled with goodies. Make sure to head in early because the place gets super packed.
With approximately 400 stall holders, shoppers may have to dig deep to find something that suits their tastes, but it’s quite unlikely that visitors will leave Bagagerumsmarkeder empty-handed. The largest market in Scandinavia, it welcomes approximately 35,000 guests every second Sunday of the month. Everything from antiques, bric a brac, books, furniture, and utensils are sold in low prices to bargain hunters from all over the country. Filled with booths, cars, and food stalls, tourists can also mingle with locals who are always eager to strike up a conversation.