Flohdom Bahrenfelder Racecourse Flea and new goods at fair prices

The Flohdom Bahrenfelder Racecourse in Hamburg takes place every Wednesday and Saturday, giving you the opportunity to find all kinds of treasures.

Just one minute's walk from the bus stop "Bahrenfelder Trabrennbahn" (bus line 3) you can get old, used and new things at fair prices every Wednesday and Saturday. However, the old-fashioned stuff is predominant here.
Those who like to dig for treasures in grandma's or grandpa's cellar and indulge in memories will be happy here because no pseudo-junk is sold on the flea dome. Here there are still real unique specimens and hidden showpieces with restoration needs.
Who says that second-hand markets should always take place on Sundays?
The organizers in Hamburg were the first to break this unwritten law and are still successful today. Of course also thanks to the many regular dealers who offer beautiful and useful things here - and the treasure hunters who regularly find pearls here between all the tassels and junk. With plates, crockery or a lamp under your arm, you can go home satisfied - just to return again next week.

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