Dirty Hippies, Humalistonkatu 13
Alongside the apparel and accessories, Dirty Hippies has a selection of ecological goods, such as cosmetics and wellness products. The owners of this shop also curate a rack of second-hand favourites, so make sure to browse the day’s selection.
PikkuSiili, Pitkämäenkatu 4
This second-hand shop located inside the shopping centre Manhattan Pikku-Siili offers a wide selection of garments and other practical items for children, such as buggies and safety seats. In case you are travelling with kids, Pikku-Siili is a pleasant place to stop by as there is a playground and other child-friendly facilities inside the store.
Sifonki Second Hand, Kauppiaskatu 10
This centrally located second-hand boutique has a curated selection of classic women’s wear from international brands, such as Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Gant. If you look for a dressy blouse for work or a statement accessory for a party, Sifonki is a safe place to start.
Merkitys 2nd Hand Shop, Linnankatu 19
This stylish second-hand boutique in central Turku is home to a wide selection of current, quality apparel and accessories for all sexes.
Fifty Sixty, Puutarhakatu 11-13
This second-hand store is a treasure trove of Finnish design glass, ceramics, porcelain, and jewellery. If you wish to find cult design glass by renowned Finnish designers such as Tapio Wirkkala, Timo Sarpaneva, and Kaj Franck, start the search by visiting Fifty Sixty.
SPR Kontti, Viilarinkatu 5
Finnish Red Cross’s charity jumble sales have an unbeatably broad selection of second-hand goods. Alongside the seasonal apparel for the whole family, here you can also make bargain deals on small household electronics, tableware, and sports gear.
Puutorin kirppis, Brahenkatu 14
This spacious, traditional flea market is a local favourite. At Puutorin kirppis you can expect to make truly unique finds at affordable prices. Note that the entrance to this treasure trove is from the glass cubicle at the inner court.