While most of the items in this sprawling flea market, which harkens back to a different time in the country when it was far less prominent, are just utter crap, there is something still charming and authentic about it. Stalls are crammed with books, antiques, crafts, and clothes, with hardly any tourist schlock, though you’ll have to hunt for treasures. The back corner is probably the most interesting section, where a small market and food court sells smoked salmon and birch cheese as well as more unusual delicacies like fulmar eggs, horse sausage, and fermented shark.
Tryggvagata 19, Iceland
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