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13 Best Markets In Berlin, Germany - Updated 2020

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Berlin, the capital of Germany has been a witness to several historical events through the centuries. So, it is hardly surprising that the city has several iconic and awe-inspiring tourist sites, which you simply cannot afford to miss while vacationing here. Grunewald Forest, for instance, is a magical spot in the city. It is the home to several birds and wild pigs in Berlin and is the perfect place for bike rides, leisurely walks, and runs. Art and history lovers should not miss exploring the art galleries and museums in the city. It is also important to explore the markets of a city to know its character and locals well. Here are some of the best markets in Berlin, Germany that you must visit while vacationing in this magnificent city.

1. Nowkoelln Flowmarkt


Welcome to the Nowkoelln Flowmarkt in Berlin, which sells second-hand or used music, art, as well as original handmade or handcrafted items to the visitors. It is a popular bi-weekly flea market, which sells used items at an extremely affordable price. The market is the appropriate place from where you can purchase local and authentic souvenirs.

Nowkoelln Flowmarkt

Address: Maybachufer 31, 12047 Berlin, Germany

Website: Nowkoelln Flowmarkt

Opening hours: Sun: 10 am - 5 pm

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2. Markthalle Neun


People of Berlin saw this historic market opening its gates once again in October 2011 after a gap of about 120 years in the city. This indoor market is known for its participation of a large number of food vendors from different parts of the world, as well as, community events from time to time. If you are fond of street food, you can head towards the market every Thursday evening, a crowded day of the week here.

Markthalle Neun

Address: Eisenbahnstraße 42/43, 10997 Berlin, Germany

Website: Markthalle Neun

Opening hours: Mon-Wed, Fri: 12 pm - 6 pm, Thurs: 12 pm - 10 pm, Sat: 10 am - 6 pm

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3. Flea market at Boxhagener Platz


A huge flea market opens on Berlin’s Boxhagener Platz every Sunday. The market is a fantastic site to enjoy a stroll, as well as, shop. You will find a lot of items here ranging from furniture and books to fashion and household equipment. There are so many snack counters and restaurants in proximity to this bustling weekly market. The center’s square has a lovely meadow and is an excellent location to unwind yourself after completing your shopping spree. Combine your flea market visit with a nice brunch on Sunday in one of the cafes in the immediate vicinity.

Flea market at Boxhagener Platz

Address: Boxhagener Platz 1, 10245 Berlin, Germany

Website: Flea market at Boxhagener Platz

Opening hours: Every Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm

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4. Flea market at Bode Museum


Visit this lovely market in Berlin, which is known for an enviable collection of books and antiques to choose from. It is really worth visiting if you are on a sightseeing spree near the city center of Berlin on a weekend. Set in proximity to Bode Museum, it is situated near Museum Island. The market is open every weekend where around 60 vendors sell different kinds of used items, books, and antiques. The products offer here also include old crockery, household stuff, pictures, toys, records, cutlery, and more.

Flea Market at Bode Museum

Address: Am Kupfergraben 10117 Berlin

Website: Flea Market at Bode Museum

Opening hours: Sat-Sun: 11 am - 5 pm

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5. Antik Flohmarkt Ostbahnhof


The market is open every Sunday when you can take your pick from a wide range of jewelry, records, books, antique furniture, records, and more. There are about 120-150 vendors who participate and offer their products every Sunday. Also, you will find an impressive collection of antique porcelain, art, advertising and design materials, books, postcards, coins, and stamps in this charming market in Berlin. A majority of the dealers here are thorough professionals offering superior quality collectibles and antiques.

Antik Flohmarkt Ostbahnhof

Address: Erich-Steinfurth-Strasse 1, 10243 Berlin, Germany

Website: Antik Flohmarkt Ostbahnhof

Opening hours: Sun: 9 am - 5 pm

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6. Flea market in Mauerpark


This popular market is open every Sunday and offers a variety of items including bags, jewelry, vinyl, and design, as well as, drinks and snacks. Local residents, as well as visitors, love to visit this flea market every weekend. The market is very busy on Sundays when visitors flock here in pursuit of bargains and treasures. A majority of the dealers here are residents, artists, students, and private individuals. You will also come across used but trendy jewelry, musical instruments, crafting and decoration materials here. Also, enjoy perusing through the home-made and handmade things.

Flea market in Mauerpark

Address: Bernauer Strasse 63-64 13355 Berlin

Website: Flea market in Mauerpark

Opening hours: Sun: 10 am - 6 pm

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7. Junk and art market street of June 17th


One of the most traditional and biggest flea markets in Berlin, this market sells all types of antiques and junks like CDs, records, porcelain, jewelry, dolls, fabrics, paintings, furnishings, furniture, clothing, books, and more. This bustling market is open on the weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and you can end your shopping expedition with some mouthwatering snacks at any of the food stalls here or from one of the several restaurants in the immediate neighborhood.

Junk and art market street of June 17th

Address: Street of June 17 106 10623 Berlin

Website: Junk and art market street of June 17th

Opening hours: Sat-Sun: 10 am - 5 pm

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8. Flea market at Arkonaplatz


It is a flea market that is open all through the year and sells items like knickknacks, handicrafts, furniture, phonograms, books, and antiques among others. The ambiance in this market is quite relaxed. The best part is that the market is not too crowded even when the days are warm and sunny. If you have some spare time left after exploring this market, you can also walk down to the flea market located in Mauerpark, which is nearby.

Flea market at Arkonaplatz

Address: Arkonaplatz 1 10435 Berlin

Website: Flea market at Arkonaplatz

Opening hours: Sun: 10 am - 4 pm

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9. Antique and flea market Goerzallee


This antique and flea market in Berlin’s Goerzallee opens on every Sunday, as well as, on a majority of public holidays. The dealers here sell not only art and antique items but also a host of other items including clothing, household products, toys, music, and books. This huge market also offers a number of food stalls to tickle your taste buds. The market features not only professional dealers but also individuals with their small stalls.

Antique and flea market Goerzallee

Address: Goerzallee 189 14167 Berlin

Website: Antique and flea market Goerzallee

Opening hours: Sun and public holidays: 6 am - 4 pm

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10. Kreuzboerg flow market


If you are passionate about second-hand items and designs, visit this market in Berlin on any second Sunday of a month (April-October). You can purchase clothing, music, and art items here. The home-made objects available here for sale are really something to die for. If you do not feel like shopping, simply savor some delicacies and enjoy a cool drink and let your hair down. There is a restaurant and a café here that serve delightful dishes and beverages made from products which are locally cultivated in the gardens.

Kreuzboerg flow market

Address: Princes Street 35-38 10969 Berlin

Website: Kreuzboerg flow market

Opening hours: Second Sunday (Apr-Oct): 10 am - 5 pm

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11. Shop for second-hand items at Neukölln

Neukölln Maybachufer Markt-004
Source: Photo by user Fridolin freudenfett used under CC BY-SA 4.0

If you want to immerse yourself in the local culture while shopping for a mixture of old and new items, then head to Neukölln. This vibrant market has vendors that sell fresh fruit, vegetables, and cooked delicacies. If you are craving warm loaves, and coffee then you can head to its bread station. Meanwhile, if you are a bookworm, then you may go to Berlin Book Nook which is selling second-hand books. If you are into shopping for clothes and fabrics then visit its second-hand clothing stores. Other interesting spots you are going to see here are community gardens and cafes. To tour around this neighborhood, you can either walk or slowly bike around the area.

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12. Join a street food party at Bite Club

Bite Club
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Bite Club is a street food party that takes place in different areas in Berlin. If you come in the spring or summer, you may catch it on a ship transformed into a bar located by the river in Kreuzberg while its food trucks and DJ booth are on the ground. You can also catch the Bite Club even if it is not summer as they make appearances throughout the city during festivals and parties. You may see their food trucks and stalls in summer on Berlin Art. In winter, you’ll find them at the Berlin Film Festival. You’ll also spot them at the Christmas Market Street Food Festival. Bite Club usually starts at 5 pm every Friday. This open-air food festival is accompanied by live music that sets the party vibe. Moreover, you can feast on different comfort foods like bacon cheeseburger and tacos.

Bite Club

Address: Germany, Eichenstraße 4, 12435 Berlin, Germany

Website: Bite Club

Opening hours: Fri: 6pm - 10pm (closed from Sat - Thu)

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13. Buy fresh produce at Kollwitzplatz Farmers’ Market

Kollwitzplatz Farmers’ Market
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Kollwitzplatz Farmers’ Market has vendors selling seasonal fruit, vegetables, flowers, deli food, and home-made arts and crafts. This market starts at 12 pm on Prenzlauer Berg Square. Produce sold here is guaranteed fresh as farmers harvest and sell it on the same day. Sellers you may meet here include organic butchers, fish vendors, and special item sellers. In addition, you can find here hand-made pasta, boutique chocolates, home-made oils, jams, and other delicacies. Prices tend to vary as they depend on the item you are buying. While shopping, you’ll enjoy walking along the leafy, cobbled streets of the square. Also, since half of the square is a playground you’ll have views of families and children playing.

Kollwitzplatz Farmers’ Market

Address: Kollwitzstraße 64-68, 10435 Berlin, Germany

Opening hours: Sat: 8am - 5pm (closed from Sun - Fri)

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Marvelous markets in Berlin

Berlin-Mauerpark-Flohmarkt (3)
Source: Photo by user Ji-Elle used under CC BY-SA 3.0

The city of Berlin has a number of attractions that draw visitors from all over the world. These markets define the character of the city and you can take trinkets or souvenirs back home from here while returning home. So, check out these top markets in Berlin and enjoy your vacation.

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