2014/08/09

gentofte (charlottenlund) flea market | copenhagen

Our vacation is coming to an end. Next week we will return to Florence. But before that I have yet another Danish flea market to share with you. 

Last Sunday we went to Charlottenlund to check out the weekly flea market behind the train station. I had heard some great things about this market and I have to say it fully lived up to my expectations. 

The market is pretty big and there is a great mix of second hand designer clothes, cheaper labels and lots of great children's clothes and toys. In fact you can easily bring children to a market like this since the toys are placed on the ground so they can look at stuff and even play a bit with it. 

When you are done shopping at the market you can get a cappuccino and some delicious bread or cake at the little cafe and bakery called The Bread Station which is located right outside the train station. I love this place!

I left the flea market with a new (old) poncho which was only 50 DKK (less than 7 euro!) and an old Danish glass milk bottle which will make a lovely vase for a single flower.

Note that the official name of the flea market is Gentofte Loppemarked (flea market), but most people refer to it as Charlottenlund flea market.

Bregnegårdsvej 2. Charlottenlund. www.gentofteloppemarked.dk

(The market is located on the other side of Charlottenlund S-train station. Pass through the tunnel under the station and you have arrived).

Remember to also read my blog pot about Frederiksberg flea market

Gentofte (Charlottenlund) flea market Copenhagen © Birgitte Brøndsted
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