Many Ghent neighbourhoods have their own flea markets. Avid bargain hunters have since visited some of them like clockwork. Looking for second-hand clothing, toys or decorations? These markets are the place to be!

Flea markets with second-hand items suit Ghent’s green ambition perfectly. The City is committed to sustainability and the circular economy in every aspect. A flea market is interesting for both sides. Sellers can make some money by cleaning up, buyers can buy something new for next to nothing. Whether you really need that second-hand book, those glasses or that pretty lamp is not for us to judge!


Upcoming flea markets

24/07/2024: Flea market Gent-Sint-Pieters station (Koningin Maria Hendrikaplein)

24/08/2024: Flea Market (Old St Elizabeth Beguinage)

24/08/2024: Flea Market (Sint-Simonstraat, Gentbruggekouter & Klokstraat, 9050 Gentbrugge, 8 am - 4 pm)

01/09/2024: Prinsenhof flea market (9 am - 4 pm) 

01/09/2024: Wittemolen Rommelmarkt: (flea market: Wittemolenstraat, Engelstraat, Verbindingstraat, Doornakkerstraat)

08/09/2024: DAK.anOok Flea market (roof parking het Getouw) 

14/09/2024: Flea Market Fransevaart/Amfibiewijk (Landjuweelstraat, Onderwijsstraat, Harmoniestraat, Edward Blaesstraat, Marie Popelinkaai, Bisschopstraat, Fransevaart, Popelinparkje – 9050 Ledeberg)

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