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Flohmarkt im Mauerpark, Berlin
(4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • ATTENTION: pay close attention because I believe that only open on Sundays, to keep in mind to not go and not find anything! Actually, it is obligatory to visit this place in Berlin. The Park is not too cute, but beyond that gives a perfect look of Berlin under culture. Places to eat, second hand stuff, art, live music, crazy things, clothes, antiques, etc. A market that worth knowing if one is a weekend in Berlin. After the market across the street and go to the street Oldberger str. which is also full of places to eat, drink a coffee, buy clothes, with the same style as the market.
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  • Very cool! Always with music, food and lots of things to buy. Although the Flohmarkt, don't have prices under other places and other holidays of used (second hand). Remembering: has the new and used space. Worth knowing!
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  • Flohmarkt am Mauerpark flea market is located on Bernauer Strasse. You can get there by subway, getting off at Bernauer Strasse and walk the way missing to the market. It is only open on Sundays; entry is free. If you go early in the morning you meet less people, then becomes increasingly crowded and at lunch time, if the weather is nice, being able to walk it gets really tough because you are dragged from the crowd. You can find everything: junk of all kinds, prints, purses, frames, brooches, old vinyl, garments, hats, bicycles. Some people say that bikes stolen in Berlin then stop there waiting for a buyer. Some stands selling things to eat or drink (as Turkish specialities, French fries, soup, fruit juice). Compared to other flea markets of Berlin, Berliners say this is the most expensive. I wouldn't know, since I don't know any others.
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  • Crowded flea market with a Mix of flea market and new crafted goods for sale. There are a ton of food Trucks here too so Perfect for grabbing a bite. The site is a big crowded with tourists but still worth checking out on a Sunday
  • I can only recommend this flea market. Lots of curious vintage gadgets. Lots of food from different parts of the world that you can take away.
  • Loved it. Many people, lots of things to see and buy. Lots of good food. Only on Sundays.
  • 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
  • Excellent outdoor flea market in Mauerpark, along the former Berlin wall. Karaoke on Sundays brings large crowds. There's a bier garden that serves basic snacks, and often live music on weekends.