1. Mauerpark Flea Market

Berlin is a heaven for bargain hunters or flea market junkies. This city is among one of the most popular for its amazing flea markets and the variety of products that they offer. Traditionally, Berlin is famous for Christmas flea markets, but there are also many flea markets during the week or even better on the weekend. So, if you are planning to visit this beautiful city, you should visit these five best flea markets. Mauerpark Flea Market is probably one of the most iconic in Berlin due to the fact that has a lot to offer. This market is more like a festival as it has street musicians, delicious street food, and many more attractions for visitors. The stall-holders have expensive products at a low price and that’s a good reason to visit it. Mauerpark Flea Market is closed during the winter months.

When | Sunday 10:00 – 18:00

2. Boxhagener Platz Flea Market

Boxhagener Platz is the best area a flea market should take place, as the park located there has a great atmosphere. This flea market is a hassle-free Sunday stroll including plenty of activities such as having a long walk in the Park, tasting one of the amazing cafes placed there or just strolling around the stalls. There are many bargains on books, furniture, and other vintage decorations. Definitely a must-see flea market in Berlin.

When | Sundays 10:00 – 18:00

3. Strasse des 17 Juni Flea Market

Strasse Flea Market has been known among locals as a ‘thrift’ market because of the huge variety of products being on discount. It is a delightful position around the Charlottenburger Tor, and that makes it a great interest for artists and various professionals who trade antiques or other unique products. So, if you are keen on buying expensive and uncommon stuff, this is the place for you!

When | Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 – 17:00

4. Nowkoelln Flowmarkt Flea Market

Nowkoelln Flowmarkt is located on the banks of the Landwehr canal, and the stunning view of the city worth visiting. The special thing about this market is that it is more like a little garage sale rather than a typical flea market. What you could find there are second-handed clothes, vintage leather items, and quite expensive jewelry. The food displayed there is tasteful and a good reason to visit this market.

When | Every second Sunday 10:00 – 17:00

5. Rathaus Schöneberg Flea Market

Rathaus Schoneberg Flea Market is known for the reason that John F. Kennedy when visited this market called himself a Berliner because of the connection with the locals. Being a Berliner or not, you are going to love this place and feel among people who share the same interests as you! The best bargains for books, clothes, and electrical goods are in stock there.

When | Saturdays and Sundays 08:00 – 16:00

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