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5 of our best flea markets in Berlin

Photo: Emma Maar

The best places to cure your hangover.

Markets in Berlin are a culture in itself. They give you a glimpse into each

neighborhood, while giving you a reason to get out of yours. We guide you to Berlins

best markets, as well as recommend some delicious finds.

Wochenmarkt Boxhagener Platz Every Saturday 9:30- 15:30

Boxhagener Kiez is a lovely neighborhood, every Saturday it becomes filled with

delicious food and fresh produce, as well as other great discoveries. My favorite

hangover cure, are the Ukrainian/Russian dumplings, specifically the potato

dumplings, with extra sriracha sauce and parsley.

Flohmarkt am Rathaus Schöneberg-

Every Saturday and Sunday 8:00- 16:00

This market is great for antique finds, books and all sorts of miscellaneous second

hand goods.

Rathaus Schöneberg is located right next to Volkspark Wilmersdorf, which is a

beautiful park to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Karl August Platz Markt

Every Wednesday (8:00-14:00) and Saturday (8:00-13:00)

Every Wednesday and Saturday Fresh produce, flowers and small delights

surround the beautiful church that lies in the middle of Karl August Platz. There is

a food truck which creates a killer Halloumi Burger worth fantasizing about.

Arkonaplatz Market

Every Sunday 10:00-16:00

This is a very good alternative if you want to avoid tourists and massive crowds in Mauerpark, since it just walking distance apart. It's a place to get furnitures from the 50s and 60s in various condition. Except from that, you'll find old camera equipment, art, clothes and lots of vinyls. We love this cozy neighborhood market.

Nowkoelln Markt

Every second Sunday 10:00- 17:00

Located by the spree, this cosy flea market's focus is on second hand clothes, art and music. But also various selections of hand made jewelry. Hipster alert, but we're all hipsters.


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