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Kolaportid Flea Market

Tryggvagata 19 | Old Harbour, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
+354 562 5030
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Have been to many Flea Markets around the world. This was just a junk sale of low end stuff. No... read more

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Whitchurch-Stouffville, Canada
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Only open on Saturday and Sundays. Some stalls accept cash or cards, some card only, others cash... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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Tryggvagata 19 | Old Harbour, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
+354 562 5030
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Reviewed yesterday

Have been to many Flea Markets around the world. This was just a junk sale of low end stuff. No Antiques. Complete waste of time

Thank swoopbns
Reviewed 4 days ago

Only open on Saturday and Sundays. Some stalls accept cash or cards, some card only, others cash only in a variety of currency. But mostly Icelandic Kroner is accepted for cash. There's a variety of clothing and lopapeysas, foods, jewelry, toys and gifts for sale...More

Thank valerier746
Reviewed 1 week ago

Kind of a meh experience. Neither as trashy used flea market as portrayed by some Icelanders nor as local and interesting as claimed by some. The food hall has a decent selection of Icelandic things from local vendors so you can get your licorice, fermented...More

Thank marekw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There was a mixture of stalls, not as many brick a brac ones for my liking so potential bargains limited but did find a couple of interesting brooches and was able to haggle the price. Stallholders were very friendly and chatty. The food hall was...More

Thank catschofield
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

At this flea market. Cheaper than in the stores downtown and made locally. Beautiful pieces and you can meet the artist. Great fun. Indoors. Worth it on the weekends.

1  Thank seetheworld010
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is an interesting must see near the harbor. It's FREE and fun to look at the merchandise and also walk thru the grocery side!!! Lots of interesting local tastes!!!

1  Thank Ben E
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

Hot dog was 400 ISK on June 17, 2017; lamb soup 950; coffee 350. It's filled with "regular stalls" where you can find almost anything but no real "super deals." Mainly tourists shopping.

Thank kansasrod
Reviewed 13 June 2017

I stopped here out of curiosity after reading other reviews on this site. I was disappointed. Most of the items were over-priced. I did not see anything that was a "bargain", which is what I would expect to find in a flea market. Plus, some...More

3  Thank travelmaven_7
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

This is a pretty neat place to stop in. The sweaters that are all over Iceland are much cheaper here, although you have to pay cash. There's also lots of local food.

Thank beth ann k
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Big flea market selling all the usual old left over stuff from books, clothes, the odd antique to music, foods, and piles of stuff in search of hidden treasure. Cash only here.

Thank rayrest
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Lisa L
22 October 2016|
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Response from Bonnie w | Reviewed this property |
Cash is King and one can get the best bargain when paying with cash.However one can also pay with a card in the food hall and on the stalls which stock new items.
23 October 2015|
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Response from Tigerman777 | Reviewed this property |
Hi antigravity28, I just came back from Reykjavik three days ago and yes you can find "garage sale" sweaters for reasonable prices, but many are classics, some with blemishes of some sort or another. I bought a new one for... More