Category: Berlin Flea Market Tour

For bargain hunters, a stroll through one of Berlin´s bustling flea markets is a great way to spend a sunny Saturday or Sunday morning. Beside the usual stock of second hand books, clothing, records and bric-a-brac which you would expect to find at flea markets across the world, keep an eye out for GDR memorabilia, and nice 70s lamps.

Sep 06
Flohmarkt am Boxhagener Platz

Located in the heart of the vibrant student quarter around Simon-Dach-Strasse in Friedrichshain, the Flohmarkt am Boxhagener Platz is a wonderful place to stroll and rummage around. Flea market enthusiasts, antique collectors and tourists alike can find everything at the Flohmarkt am Boxhagener Platz, from books and furniture to household equipment, paintings, furniture, lamps and second-hand designer garments. The distinctive feature of the Flohmarkt am Boxhagener Platz are its many books and record stalls. And..

Aug 03
Trödelmarkt Arkonaplatz

The flea market on Arkonaplatz in Berlin has established itself as one of the best flea markets in Berlin. No wonder why it has been around for over a century! Arkonaplatz flea market is a hot tip and is mentioned in several travel guides for its beautiful atmosphere and its historical age. During the summer months, the flea market is especially well attended, but not crowded, thus making it particularly attractive for visitors to stroll..

Aug 03
Flohmarkt am Mauerpark

Once a week, rain or shine, up to 30,000 visitors flock at the Mauerpark Flea Market. This flea market, which covers a total of 8 hectares (with up to 500 stalls split over 7,000 square meters), is located near the former Todesstreifen (Death Strip) at the border area between Wedding and Prenzlauer Berg. This is where its appropriate name “Mauerpark” comes from. The Mauerpark flea market is dominated by the colorful stalls of traders who bring..