- Markthalle Neun
- The Antique Mile
- Arminius Markthalle
- Boxhagener Platz Flohmarkt
- Berliner Trödelmarkt, Strasse des 17 Juni
Best Markets in BerlinBerlin · 6 Items · Charlie Kedmenec · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Berlin Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Markets in Berlin'.
Mauerpark, which translates as 'Wall Park' is so named due to its location in the former no mans land of the Berlin Wall known as the death strip. Atop the hill at the park you will find a section of the Hinterlandmauer, the wall on the eastern side, now covered with street art and graffiti. The park is probably most well known for the amazing flea market that it hosts every Sunday from 8am More info
Located in Kreuzberg, this food hall sells regional, seasonal, fair and ecologically responsible food to anyone who wishes to experience goods that come directly from the local producers. The weekly fresh food market (Wochenmarkt) at Markthalle 9 is on every Friday and Saturday from 10am-6pm where you can buy fresh and yummy products and produce from the region. Not just a one-stop g More info
Suarezstraße, which runs between Kantstrase and Kaiserrdamm/Bismarkestrasse, is known in Berlin as the 'antique street'. Travellers come from all over to browse the few hundred meters of furniture, jewellery, art, crockery and glassware, clothing and accessories, bits and bobs and general vintage goodies that the various shops have on offer. Each shop run on their own hours but most of them don't More info
The Arminius Markthalle in Moabit is the perfect place to experience authentic Berlin. Not nearly as chic and pretentious as its counterpart 'Halle 9' across town in Kreuzberg, at Arminius you still get a sense of its past, whilst at the same time a glimpse into its future. At first glance Arminius is a bit like a family reunion: weird uncle Albert sitting off to the side, the ladies inside pre More info
Friedrichshain is a great area, with lots of cafes and restaurants all around Boxhagener Platz. Known for its thriving underground and alternative sub culture, and for being a lot less gentrified than areas of Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte, the area welcomes a diverse bunch of people and also includes a few squats. During the week there is a food market here but on Sundays the vintage gear, hand craf More info
Rain, hail or shine this market runs every Saturday and Sunday from 11am. A nice, civilised time for a weekend start and perhaps after a big breakfast you should make your way to this market located in between Charlottenburg and Tiergarten. Separated into two sections either side of the Charlottenburg Gate, in one half you'll find antiques, art and hand works while the other half is more of a t More info
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