Go to Monastiraki Flea Market

On Sundays, the massive Monastiraki Flea Market, which is located between the Monastiraki and Thisseio areas, is packed with people seeking a deal. The renowned Monastiraki Flea Market in Athens offers just about anything you can imagine. It's a great spot to find one-of-a-kind mementos of your time in Athens thanks to the tables piled high with vintage goods and odd collectibles.

Here, traders open up their second-hand stores to flog a jumble of flea-market finds, vintage clothing, and oddities ranging from vintage magazines punctuated with bold Greek lettering to mid-century furniture and strange bric-a-brac. Look hard enough and you’ll find some buried treasure (and if not some insight into how modern Greeks have furnished their homes for the past 60 years).

You must arrive early because the crowds become impossible after around 11 am, and there aren't many tables available at the various cafés and restaurants in the neighborhood if you want to take a break. If you're looking to buy a specific item, you can either aimlessly meander about it or find someone who understands the flea market and can take you around. The flea market isn't truly a flea market in many areas. It is a cluster of little stores, most of which are tourist traps selling the same goods as Adrianou Street in the Plaka.

Opening hours: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm

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