Kolaportið Market, Reykjavik, Iceland

What:  As Iceland’s biggest fleamarket, Kolaportið market is a great place to pick up some delicious local produce (including fish, traditional breads, salted liquorice and the popular shark meat), buy some locally designed jewellery or nab a cheaper, secondhand lopapeysur (Icelandic woollen jumper).

Located downtown near the Reykjavik harbour, this indoor market opens every weekend from 11am-5pm.

While many people comment on the tackiness  of the place (it does sell used good in all types), you can find yourself a unique Icelandic souvenir if you’re willing to hunt for that gem.

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If you’re looking for a cheap, traditional lopapeysur (Icelandic woollen jumper), this is the place to come.

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Secondhand books for you to master your Icelandic language skills.

Where: Tryggvagata 19, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

Opening Times:   Saturdays and Sundays 11am-5pm

More Information: kolaportid.is or visitreykjavik.is/kolaportid-flea-market