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We went to the fleamarket to look for USSR Memoribilia. Even if it wasn’t weekend, but summer, there were some stalls open. We found old pins and some posters. Also some antiques. All the sellers we came in contact with was very helpful and polite....More
By far the best flea market I have ever been to. There is a wide variety of items for sale ranging from military goods, records, clothes, glassware, coins, toys, shoes etc. Best to come early in the morning to avoid the crowd and get the...More
In February it was covered in snow, slippery and cold. BUT we couldn´t stop wandering around. From clothes to dried fruit, from shoes to porcelain. For a coffee break, the only bar is near the metro stop UDELNAYA.
Prefer buying things with a price tag...More
I advise you not to pay attention to negative replies. Most likely, these people made some typical mistakes when visiting this place. So.
1) You need to come there on Saturday (preferably on Saturday) and on Sunday! From 9am to 3pm! The rest of the...More
This is not just a flea Market. It is a whole entertaining experience if you are into these kind of places. You wll find new, old, unique, real, fake and all kind of staff. Only in Weekends. It is worth of going!
Nice place to spent some time.
There are many interesting historical things to find in the different stalls. However, you have to look for it. The majority of the stuff is in my eyes just junk.
The place is easy to find, just take the...More
You can really bargain here.. Awesome stuff at dirt cheap prices.. You will get export as well as second hand goods here.. Do confirm before you buy.. Though the vendors don't know exact English they still manage to explain you pretty well.. Didn't face much...More
Everything and nothing that you ever wanted is here – Clothes, porcelain china, bicycles, electric motors, vintage radios, Soviet era memorabilia, used tires – It is all here. Russian language is needed so try to convince a Russian Speaking friend to take you here (thanks...More
Response from SilviaRuthFerca | Reviewed this property |
It is not the same, check on the web Sennaya Market and Апраксин двор. Both are in center and different one from the other.
I repeat, not the same as Udelnaya but you could have a taste of local market.