Going to the markets and flea markets in Uppsala is a lot of fun! You can find anything from cool retro crockery to beautiful lamps, vintage clothing and fresh flowers.
Flea markets in squares and car boot sales
There are several recurring flea markets in Uppsala, with themes such as fashion, children’s clothing and sports equipment.
On Saturdays, there is usually a traditional flea market on the Vaksala square in central Uppsala. This is where professional antiques dealers, private individuals and school classes come to sell their bargains.
At Fyris park, there is a flea market every Sunday, and on certain Saturdays there is also a special flea market with clothes and items for children. In the summer, it moves outdoors and turns into a charming car boot sale.
On Sundays in the summer, you can also go out to Ulva mill and visit their highly popular car boot sale in a rural setting.
Visit some fleamarkets and other fun markets in Uppsala. We have everything from locally produced delicacies to vintage clothing and retro furniture.
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