It is typical to go to markets on Sundays in Berlin. This city has a long tradition of open-air markets of all styles. If anything characterizes Berlin, it is the awareness of the environment and recycling. So it is no wonder that we find weekend flea markets in different districts of Berlin.
The most important markets in Berlin are Trödelmarkt and Flohmarkt, which are characterized by second-hand products such as clothing, accessories, books, electro domestics dating to the 50s.
The other markets that are held in Berlin are Antikmarkt, dedicated to furniture, clothing, military uniforms, weapons, and other objects of great value.
Finally there are the Kunstmarkt, markets handicrafts and art, with stalls staffed by their creators.
Among the many markets you can find in Berlin, we will present the most popular markets as follow:
Great Ostbahnhof antique market
It is dedicated to the buying and selling of antiques of all styles and prices. You can find refurbished furniture, records, and print books. It is held at the Erich- Steinfurth-Straße and is open every Sunday from 9 to 5 p.m.
Mauerpark flea market
It is the strangest market that has inspired many other markets. Here you will find everything and everyone. What characterizes this market is that anyone can go to sell their stuff.
Here you shouldn’t expect to find well classified antique stalls. You have to rummage through a pile of vinyl records, clothing, musical instruments and bicycles.
Art Market Zeughaus
This market is primarily dedicated to art. It is located between palace bridge (Schlossbrücke) and the Museum Island. It has a great reputation among Berliners and tourists, especially for its large selection of used books held at Weekends.