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Albertbrücke Flea Market: The most beautiful flea market on the banks of the Elbe

Every Saturday and Sunday of the month, more than 500 dealers of all kinds meet at one of the most beautiful and oldest flea market in Dresden: the Albertbrücke Flea Market (also known at the Elbe Flohmarkt or Dresdner Elbemarkt). This flea market is so popular and interesting, that it is even worth visiting in winter! It is located near the Albertbrücke (Albert Bridge), right on the banks of the Elbe. The Albertbrücke is one of Dresden’s four bridges on the Elbe (and the easternmost), and was named after King Albert of Saxony. A wide range of items on sale The stalls of the Albertbrücke Flea Market showcase a pretty wide variety of items for sale, ranging from ordinary flea market junk (clothes, retro home appliances, vintage LPs/records, vintage toys) to more exclusive ancient objects (porcelain, vases, paintings, jewelry, old books). This is no wonder why this flea market is an adequate venue for all kinds of visitors: the expert, the enthusiast, the amateur or simply the regular passerby, will find there all kinds of valuable treasures to take home. As a matter of facts, the Albertbrücke Flea Market has a broad offer of ancient objects and curiosities, that won’t be found on any other flea market in the region. Most of the items on sale, have at least half a century of history behind them (which is often kindly highlighted by their owner, when asked). This regularly turns into an open invitation to chat and linger at each stands longer than planned… So if you’re into listening to interesting stories about some rarities, you should have your Saturday schedule clean of any appointment! Source: By S



at the Albert Bridge, Dresden Longitude 13.7461126 Latitude 51.0598406