Flea markets (Loppemarked) are places where inexpensive or secondhand goods are sold or bartered. It may be indoors, such as in a warehouse or school gymnasium; or it may be outdoors, such as in a field or under a tent. The flea-market vendors may range from a family that is renting a table for the first time to sell a few unwanted household items to a commercial operation including a large variety of new or used merchandise..
Many flea markets have food vendors who sell snacks and drinks to the patrons to raise funds for school purposes, for example, school choirs. Overall, they are places where you can find treasures for very reasonable prices. All throughout Norway, many used and antique treasures are just waiting for the chance to enrich your lives. They can be additions to your personal collections, as gifts for loved ones and as perfectly functional furniture for your homes. So start searching for your treasure in Norway's flea markets!
There is a very comprehensive website for flea market hunters where you will find an overview of upcoming flea markets. A complete geographical overview of flea markets, organizers and recipients of flea market goods can be found in the menu on this site: www.loppemarked.info