Vienna’s best flea markets

Vienna has no shortage of great flea markets, where you can find everything from vintage clothes to antique furniture. Here are some of the best ones to check out.

Neubaugasse Flea Market

watercolor painting of people shopping at the Neubaugasse flea market in Vienna

The biggest and most famous flea market is the annual Neubaugasse Flea Market. This market stretches for 360 stands along Neubaugasse Street and is packed with vintage accessories, clothes, antiques, and more. In addition to the great shopping, there is also live music, art shows, food and drinks available.

Whether you are looking for a unique piece of jewellery, a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture, or just a fun trinket from the past, the Neubaugasse Flea Market is the place to go. This market is a great way to spend a weekend in Vienna, and you are sure to find something that you will treasure for years to come.

Neubaugasse Flea Market is said to be more about the experience and finding things, rather than buying them. There is a large range of food available from local restaurants, as well as live music and a kid’s flea market. This makes it a great activity for the whole family. Even if you’re not planning on buying anything, you can still enjoy browsing and soaking up the atmosphere.

Bicycle Flea Market

watercolor painting of bicycles at the Vienna bicycle flea market

Vienna is a great city to explore on two wheels. The city’s countless bicycle lanes make it easy and safe to get around, and there are plenty of beautiful parks and sights to see.

If you’re looking for a cheap second-hand bicycle in Vienna, the Fahrrad.Selbsthilfe.Werkstatt in the WUK is the place to go. Every first Wednesday of the month from 15.00 – 18.00, they hold a Fahrrad.Flohmarkt in the WUK courtyard, where people who want to sell their bikes can meet people who are looking to buy.

For reasons of COVID-19 prevention, there are changed rules for the flea market. Please inform yourself in advance about the current conditions on the website (see link in the right column).


Wienerberg Flea Market

The Flea Market at the Merkur Markt Wienerberg car park in 1100 Vienna is open all year round, in all weathers and every Sunday. And from April to October on every public holiday. You’ll find a wide variety of goods on offer, from clothes and accessories to household items and knick-knacks.

Just like the METAMarkt, the Wienerberg flea market is indoor, which allows it to stay open all year round, no matter the weather conditions.

If you’re looking for a bargain, or just want to browse through some interesting items, the Flea Market at the Merkur Markt Wienerberg car park is the perfect place for you!


watercolor painting of people at a flea market in naschmarkt vienna

If you’re looking for a truly unique shopping experience, the Flea Market at Naschmarkt is definitely worth a visit. This massive market draws vendors from all over Vienna and beyond, and you can find just about anything here – from antique weapons and records to china and clothes. Of course, books are also a big draw, and this market is considered one of the best in Europe. So whether you’re looking for a special piece of furniture or just want to browse through some interesting treasures, the Flea Market at Naschmarkt is sure to have something for everyone.

The market is at its peak during the summer, with vendors stretching for several city blocks, selling items ranging from the mundane to one-of-a-kind finds.

Hallenflohmarkt METAMarkt

watercolor painting of happy people inside a flea market in a factory hall, sun outside

The META Market is the perfect place to find hidden gems and treasures. With a wide variety of goods on offer, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye. And if you’re looking for a bargain, you’ll be in luck – haggling is encouraged!

So whether you’re a seasoned flea market fan or simply looking for a unique souvenir, make sure to swing by the META Market next time you’re in Vienna. You won’t be disappointed!

Zeitreise Antikmarkt Hietzing

Looking for something a little out of the ordinary? Check out the Time Travel Antique Market in Ekazent Hietzing. This market, which opened in 2008, features antiques from all eras, from ancient times to the 1950s, as well as art objects from the modern era. The wide range of offerings includes books, paintings, porcelain, prints, and curiosities. Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for something unique, you’re sure to find it at the Time Travel Antique Market.

People who are more into vintage clothes or modern treasures will not find anything appropriate for their taste on this market. They should continue their search in Vienna’s vintage shops. However, if you’re in the market for something a little different, be sure to check out the Time Travel Antique Market.