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Flea Market at Theresienwiese

Once a year, the Bavarian Red Cross organizes a huuuuge flea market at Theresienwiese. Tomorrow, around twenty thousand Münchners will be heading down to the Theresienwiese to snap up a bargain, find some antiques or sell unwanted gifts.

If you have lots of stuff to sell, get down there early (you can’t reserve your spots in advance). Three meters of space costs 15 €, every further meter is another 5 €, all of which goes to the Red Cross. If you have a tonne of stuff and are bringing your car, parking costs 5 € – but it’s no car boot sale, you have to set up a proper stall to sell.

Kick-off is at 7am – and I know it’s the weekend, but if you want to check out the best things on offer, you have to get down there early.

Sadly, the weather’s not looking so good, so make sure you take a brolly!

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© teezeh, Flickr
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I’m Rachel, the author behind Arts in Munich. I moved to Munich in the summer of 2008, and work as a copywriter and editor in the city. I have previously written for a variety of publications, including Electronic Beats, Not Just A Label and The Huffington Post.

0 comments on “Flea Market at Theresienwiese

  1. Did you go to the night flea market last week? I’m looking forward to going tomorrow although I’m worried I will find something awesome and then have to lug it home! Thanks for sharing the information and the photos!

    • Did you find something lovely? I didn’t make it to either flea market unfortunately, I was enjoying some sun this weekend, but I hope it was fun!

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