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Flohmarkt im Mauerpark, Berlin

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • In 2015 and 2016 to the flea market/food truck festival/Karaoke in the Mauerpark! Really fantastic. Plenty to do. You can entertain throughout the day. There are street performers, food trucks with high quality food, a beach bar, second hand stuff and stalls with goods made by novice designers and artists. There is also a karaoke from 15 hours in the Park where people around the world to do with it! Really a must. Tip: precede replenish at ' House of small Wonders (no terrace), a few streets away and stay to enjoy the evening in the park!
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  • How were the Sundays 13:00 at the flea market, where it was then quite full. The hot temperatures did the rest. In the swift Club we have given us a serving of sweet potato fries with mango dip. Very delicious and recommended. Just the combined with mango dip.
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  • It's really still flea market, where you can find and buy, plus meal, plus listen to street musicians. The market is still different from become antique shops for wealthy tourists markets on the street. on June 17 and Altona area. Can and should be a bargain. We found and bought some beer mugs collection.
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  • This market next to Mauer park is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Tons of typical flea market items as well as work buy artists and of course also lots of food and beer stands. do some shopping then take a break with some food and a beer and sit and listen to one of the many musicians in Mauer Park right next door.
  • A great place for great Sunday! Wanna drink something ?Visit Thilo and his international staff, drink good beer and good wine. At 3 pm relax yourself listening music, singing and dancing
  • We went there fairly late (around 5.30pm, they close around 6pm) on a Sunday, so we didn't stay long. I associated a flea market to old, used stuff - but apparently in German the name could mean both a traditional flea market, but also a more commercial, selling-new-slightly-alternative things market. This Flohmarkt combines the two, which I was happy about. There are a lot of food stall, where I'm certain you can get every kind of food you can imagine, and a lot of benches to sit on. It's easy to get to, with the underground (there might be busses too) and you have the big Wall Memorial at Bernerstrausse, which is well worth a visit, on the other side of the underground station.
  • Unbelievable place! So many food shops, flea market stuff, music and different buskers, people playing basketball, amphitheater with free entertainment and people singing, laid back atmosphere with people smoking pot on a massive hill, lol. We went on a Sunday which is the best day to go because Germans have this day off
  • Every Sunday Mauer park hosts a giant flea market event with live music, street food and drinks. Tourists and locals make their way to spend time browsing items and chilling with friends on the grass with a nice cold beer. Although it's a "flea" market, there are also new items and artisanal crafts in addition to second hand items. Highly recommended
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