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Flea Markets of Vladivostok
June 30, 2019 00:03


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Are you interested in flea markets? Vladivostok flea markets offer a wide choice of   antiques and some rare nice things, such as  Soviet-made waffle irons and other retro stuff.

Flea market between the “Sportivnaya” stop and the Lugovaya Square

The goods here are presented  not on the counters, but on oilcloths and cardboard boxes. People come to this flea market hunting  both for antiques and goods that can be useful in everyday life. For example, construction tools, soft toys and Christmas decorations, second-hand clothing and shoes, skates, meat grinders, pans, pots and other dishes, fur hats, tabloid novels and rare books that are difficult to find in other markets and shops (travelers can be interested in Vladivostok guides published in 1958), ship chronometers (the seller will explain how to handle it), spare parts for Soviet plumbing, sets of chess pieces, sweaters and other knitted things, pictures, coins, watches, statuettes of wood and bronze, old cameras, homespun rugs, vintage decorations and accessories, and many hand-made products. It is worth noting that lots of things found in this flea market can be used as a decor  for photo shoots.

Address: Prikhodko street, 2/1; the flea market operates daily from morning until dusk (it is better to visit on weekends, when there are more sellers).

The Christmas Fair “Flea Market”


Guests of Vladivostok should take into account  the Christmas Fair “Flea Market” held  at the end of December (the venue is the factory Zarya, shop number 2;  open hours:  11:00 - 18:00), where one  can find unique gifts, real antiques, dolls, which are more than 100 years old, Christmas decorations of the 60s, unusual designer and vintage items, as well as see curious objects that have long been out of use.

Those who are interested in antique shops should visit the following ones:

“Raritet” (Posyetskaya Street, 28): they sell icons, numismatics, silver, samovars, porcelain, books, interior items (vases, engravings, figurines) here.

“Numismatist” (Russkaya Street, 46): here you can become the owner of stamps, banknotes, Russian and foreign coins, albums for storing coins and banknotes.

“Retro 25” (Volgogradskaya Street, 7a): this salon offers antiques and collectibles.

Finally, before leaving Vladivostok, you should purchase delicious seafood in vacuum packages,   Japanese and Korean cosmetics, “Bird's milk” and other sweets, and “Botsman” or “Knight of Primorye” beer.

The Russia Expedition - Winter Trans-Siberian Adventure tour starts in Moscow and ends in Vladivostok. The Russia Expedition - Winter Trans-Siberian Adventure is an Expedition tour for 15 days taking you from Moscow to Vladivostok and through other destinations in Europe.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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