In Berlin, markets of all kinds are held in numerous neighborhoods.
They are a nice change from the shopping streets and malls in Berlin.
There are weekly markets, flea markets, eco markets, organic markets, design markets, and much more.
Here is our list of the most important markets.
1. Flea Market at Schöneberg City Hall
This market takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 to 16:00. It is easy to reach with the U4, Rathaus Schöneberg stop. The goods offered here are mostly from household liquidations and are often offered by professional traders. In addition, there are also private individuals who have cleared out their attic. All kinds of junk can be found here, from household goods, to toys, books, knickknacks, clothing, jewelry, etc.
In the Rudolph Wilde Park next door there are bratwursts if you get hungry.
2. Original Berlin Flea Market
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00 this original Berlin flea market is set up on Straße des 17.Juni in front of Ernst-Reuter-Haus in the Charlottenburg district. The S-Bahn station Tiergarten is very close.
In this interesting market atmosphere, you can find everything that belongs in a flea market: books, CDs, records, videos, computer games, clothing, furniture, shoes, hats, carpets, porcelain, jewelry, paintings, dolls, and much more. The snack stands at the market have a varied selection.
3. Art and Crafts Market
Right next to the Original Berlin Flea Market is this market where artists and craftsmen offer their self-made things, paintings, fashionable clothes, hand puppets, ceramics, jewelry, and wooden toys.
4. Antique Market at Ostbahnhof
Every Sunday from 9:00 to 17:00 this collectors' market takes place on the north side of Berlin's Ostbahnhof. The U- and S-Bahn Ostbahnhof station is in the immediate vicinity.
Here, mainly professional dealers offer a selected assortment. Furniture, art and porcelain, books, records, stamps, coins, and much more can be found here.
The snack stands in the vicinity have a rich selection.
5. Antiquarian Bookshop
The Antiquarian Bookstore is open Monday - Friday from 10:30-19:00 and Saturday from 10:30-15:00. The Kleistpark subway stop is in the immediate vicinity.
Here, book lovers will find everything their hearts desire. On a shelf length of 400 meters, books of all genres, as well as paperbacks are presented. The stock constantly changing.
6. The Fat Linda
Every Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00, food from the region is offered at this regional market in Neukölln on Kranoldplatz. The S-Bahn and U-Bahn Berlin-Neukölln and Hermanstraße stops are nearby.
The market's motto is "from the farmer to the cooking pot". It owes its name to the Linda potato variety, which was saved from being extinct.
7. Weekly Market on Winterfeldtplatz
Every Wednesday from 08:00 to 14:00 and every Saturday from 08:00 to 16:00 a market is held on Winterfeldtplatz. The Nollendorfplatz subway station is very close.
On offer are high-quality fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh Maultaschen, fish, meat, sausage, cheese, bread, baked goods, pita bread, Turkish spreads, strudel, pelmeni, curry sausage, crepes, falafel, coffee, flowers, as well as clothing and household goods.
The market on Winterfeldplatz is the largest and most famous weekly market in Berlin.
8. Weekly Market at Maybachufer
Every Tuesday and Friday from 11:00 to 18:30 a market is set up at Kottbusser Brücke in Neukölln, Berlin. The Schönleinstraße subway station is nearby.
The market is often also called Türkenmarkt. In addition to fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, and spices, you can find specialties from the Mediterranean area as well as many Turkish specialties and oriental spreads, plus fabrics and all kinds of odds and ends. The numerous snack stands invite you to have a snack.
This market is considered the largest of its kind in Berlin.
9. The Eco Market
Every Thursday from 12:00 to 19:00 at Kollwitzplatz in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin the Ökomarkt of GRÜNEN LIGA Berlin has taken place for more than 20 years. The Senefelder Platz subway stop is an 8-minute walk away.
The offerings range from cheese, eggs, and meat to clay oven pizzas, raw vegetables, grilled sausages to muesli, waffles, yogi tea, soups, wild herbs, and ecologically produced cosmetics and textiles. Numerous typical Berlin snack opportunities satisfy the small hunger in between.
Arminiusmarkthalle has been in existence since 1981 and is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 to 20:00, and on Saturdays until 18:00. The Turmstraße subway stop is nearby.
Here you will find goods of all kinds, including fruit, vegetables, meat products, cheese, eggs, delicatessen, wines, fish, seafood, bread, baked goods, fresh juices, ice cream, sweets, and flowers. Various food stalls offer international cuisine, in addition to Vietnamese, Austrian, Peruvian, French, and Italian specialties, there are also curry sausage, BBQ, tarte flambée, and ceviche.
11. Flea Market on Boxhagener Platz.
Every Sunday between 10:00 and 18:00 this market is held in the Friedrichshain district in Berlin. Buses depart from Berlin Central Station.
Private sellers and traders offer household goods, books, art and design, fashion, secondhand, bags, and much more. Drinks and snacks are available at snack stands.