Vintage Never Goes Out of Style

13 Dec 2023

Styles come, and styles go, but some styles are eternal. Vintage shopping will never go out of fashion, and we’ve put in the hard yards to compile a list of places in Croatia where you can find some fabulous vintage pieces to add to your collection.

Britanski trg antique market

Sunday mornings are always an attraction as the antique market is bursting with flair and excitement. Here you will find various decorative things, old books and collectables of both local and international origin. Located in the very heart of the city, the market is a real cultural treat for all fans of antiquity.
Britanski trg, Zagreb

Hrelić (Jakuševac) flea market

You may meet the Croatian version of the ‘Trotter brothers’ here as this is the city’s largest Sunday flea market. Situated on the outskirts of the city, it is jam packed with goodies from cars, motor-cycles, clothes, to thousands of other handy items. You name it, it’s sure to have it! Bargaining will be fun and do take the time to relish some of the authentic local food and meat dishes on offer! Get in early as merchants leave by noon. The quickest way to get to the Fair is to catch the bus number 295 at the Zapruđe Station, this line is available on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. For more info visit:
Sajmišna cesta 8, Jakuševac, Zagreb

Šibenik Antique Market

A small yet charming antiques fair runs only on Fridays and Saturdays during winter, but in the summer season it is open every day except on Sundays. It just may happen that whilst passing by St. Francis’ Church, you find a rare copy of your favourite book or an old pocket watch or painting that will capture your heart and extend your home collection of antique items.
Trg N.Tomasea, Šibenik

Osijek Antique Market

On the first Saturday of each month, antique dealers from Croatia and surrounding countries descend on Trg Svetog Trojstva to peddle their treasures. The Osijek Antiques Market, organized by the City of Osijek, Glas Slavonije and the Osijek Tourist Board, opened in 2005 in front of the Bastion and then moved to the Tvrđa’s main square. It attracts sellers from Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Croatia who offer antique furniture, porcelain, paintings, clocks, coins, and antique weapons and other collectibles.
Trg Svetog Trojstva​​​​​​​, Tvrđa, Osijek


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