Loppis, our Swedish second hand markets, have grown so much in the last five years. Every small village, or on weekends in larger cities, holds at least one “Loppis”. While driving around the country, you can stop at any sign saying “Loppis” to find a bargain or a typical Swedish designer teacup. A perfect present to bring home.
But there is one place in Stockholm where these Loppis are bigger, greater and cheaper, and it’s in Sundbyberg. A northern suburb of Stockholm, although it feels like a small town in itself. Take the blue subway line towards Hjulsta and get off at Sundbyberg. From the subway station, you are five minutes away from at least five secondhand markets.
The websites for the secondhand markets are only in Swedish, but I still recommend you visit them and use Google Translate as opening times vary from time to time. The best ones from the top:
Marknadsplats, Sturegatan 35, Sundbyberg
Myrornas, Sturegatan 38, Sundbyberg
Stadsmissionen, Sturegatan 24, Sundbyberg
Gammalt som Nytt, Esplanaden 11, Sundbyberg
Garaget Norr, Vattugatan 16, Sundbyberg
Sundbyberg | Shopping | Free
Mon – Fri 11:00 – 18:00, Sat – Sun 11:00 – 15:00