If you’re planning a trip to Europe in 2013, there are maybe a few other things you will want to do apart from visiting monuments, touring museums and savoring the local food. For instance, how about dropping by at one (or some) of the biggest flea market(s) in Europe? France, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Spain are among the most antiques-aware and flea market friendly locations in the world.
One of the great things about Europe, is that its railway network is one of the most modern and best connected worldwide; you can thus for instance (day 1) land in the UK, shop in London, grab the Eurostar to Paris (day 2), do a little flea market shopping there, and then take the Thalys to go to Lille (day 3), Brussels (day 3) and then Amsterdam (day 4). But enough of logistic for now. Enjoy our ranking of what we consider being the Top 15 mega European flea markets you absolutely MUST visit in 2013.
May 20, 2014 0A NEW weekly market is to be opened in the refurbished historic Market Square at Midhurst.
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