Antique Shopping on Rhine and Danube

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#1
20 Posts
Joined Dec 2007
Are there any recommendations for antique stores/flea markets/city markets for these locations?
Budapest
Bratislava
Vienna
Regensburg
Bamburg
Wurzburg
Miltenberg
Cologne
Amsterdam

Avalon Panorama September 18, 2013
#2
Ontario, Canada
2,733 Posts
Joined Nov 2008
Budapest has the Central Market... Main floor is food, upstairs is more of a "city market" with wooden items, linens etc. Don't remember antiques - but don't know that they *weren't* there....

Fran
#3
2,485 Posts
Joined Feb 2005
Vienna has the Nichtmarket--also open during the day--a fun place to visit. The is a stop on the metro for it. Never remember antique shops that were on any of our stops. You might try an online search. Also how did you plan on bringing things home? Good luck. Pat
#4
Philadelphia
4,997 Posts
Joined Mar 2006
Originally posted by pacmom
Vienna has the Nichtmarket--also open during the day--a fun place to visit. The is a stop on the metro for it. Never remember antique shops that were on any of our stops. You might try an online search. Also how did you plan on bringing things home? Good luck. Pat
I'm sure you mean the Nachtmarkt in Vienna.