Hietalahti Market Flea market

Location

Helsinki
Finland
60° 9' 45.5976" N, 24° 55' 48.216" E
FI
General info: 

This is perhaps the most popular outdoor flea market in Helsinki, especially in summertime. People come here to sell their old, used stuff from clothes to porcelain. It´s a nice place to circle through even if you aren´t really looking for anything. The need may rise after the purchase. One can find interesting and useful items here for small money. Rumors tell, some lucky have found some valuable antiques but it will require an unlikely coincedence of unaware seller and a lucky buyer so don´t count on it.

The Hietalahti Antique and Art Hall that houses antique shops is also next to the market square.

Getting there: 

Tram no. 6 will take you here easiest if you don´t want to walk.

Costs: 

The fee to sell goods here is 12€. Open during summertime: mon-fri 9.00–19.00 sat 8.00–16.00 sun 10.00–16.00
Open during wintertime: mon-fri 9.00–17.00 sat 9.00–15.00 sun closed

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