Cours Saleya market in Nice is just behind the Promenade des Anglais. The center of the market is covered with striped awnings and it shelter the products on offer in the daily market. This market is crowded with locals and tourists throughout the year to do their shopping or sometimes just to take photos of the colorful displays, and the scents of fresh produce mixed with flowers as well as the friendly atmosphere put everyone in a good mood.
Cours Saleya turn into Brocante Saleyaonce a week. This is an Antique Market with over 200 flea market vendors selling a variety of fairly good-quality antiques, collectibles and fascinating French bric-a-brac. Not like the daily market, in Brocante Saleya bargaining is necessarily– especially considering the fact that you will hear a rather high price.
The Dublin Flea Market has opened since November 2008 and it is one of Dublin’s loved markets nowadays. Due to the unpredictable Irish weather, the market is built as an indoor market, which also given it a safety environment.
Opening Time: 11 am to 5 pm on the last Sunday of every month
Place du Jeu de Balle is a flea market in Brussels, which located at the heart of Marolles district. It is one of the most famous flea markets in Belgium and also very well known in European countries. It is a flea market built in 1853, which has 164 years of history.