Flea Market Valtteri

25.09.2007 at 16:38 | Posted in Architecture, Buy Stuff, Get Some Clothes, Go At Least Once, History, Industrial, Show a Foreign Friend | 9 Comments

This flea market, although very big and popular, you’re not likely to find by accident unless you live near it – it is located inside an old, brick warehouse along Teollisuuskatu (quite near the Primula Café) and the entrance to the precinct is from Aleksis Kiven katu 17. The best time to go hunting for stuff is on weekends when dozens of people set up their stands (during summer season also outdoors). On weekdays only a self-service version is functioning on which you can still find quite purty wares (see pics below) but then any bargaining is out of question since all products have price tags and have to be paid for at the checkout like in a regular supermarket. Look it up on the map.


Valtteri Valtteri



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  1. What are the opening hours of this market?

    • Hello Jazzr!
      On their web it says the ”conventional” flea market is open Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays from 9:00–15:00

      You can find more info (in Finnish only) about the market here: http://www.kirpputori.com/valtteri

      • Thank you Wojtek!

  2. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not
    writing all that over again. Regardless, just wanted to say wonderful

    • Ooops… sorry to hear that. And thanks a lot for the postive feedback!

  3. hey today 5/11/2013
    i went there but it was closed can you give me information about this market .

    • Haven’t been there for a long while but a friend told me the place is not functioning anymore. :(

  4. how can I participate? like If I want to sell my stuff, how can I apply? and does it open whole year?

    • Unfortunately I think it is not functioning anymore (see comment above).

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