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Mauerpark Flea Market, Berlin

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For a taste of a German flea market, check out Mauerpark Flea Market, one of the most bustling markets in Berlin, drawing locals and tourists alike. Wander the stalls and peruse the second-hand bikes, books, clothing, furniture, and other items. The market, which opened in 2004, also hosts creative craftsmen, artists, and designers selling their handmade creations and antiques dealers with all kinds of wares. You can enjoy lunch at one of the various food stalls that offer fresh fare or take part in Sunday afternoon karaoke in the park. Before you head to Berlin, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Berlin trip planner , to make sure you see all that Berlin has to offer, including Mauerpark Flea Market.
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  • We came here originally to do the karaoke, but ended up staying for a much larger portion of the day. The fleamarket is full of interesting items, maybe a little pricey but no one is forcing you to bu...  more »
  • A little market on a massive scale, a little Woodstock. The soul of Berlin every Sunday is to Mauer Park neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg (part of the larger district of Pankow but is a short tram or U-Bahn from Alexander Platz). On one side the great hobbyist market, stylists and designers (but there are also inventors, svuotatori cellars, cooks and almost anything else); the other a large lawn with the amphitheatre where every Sunday hundreds of people attend and actively participate in the karaoke (a local establishment) and where musicians from all over the world turns without precise rules looking for audience and sharing. In between there's space for designers, artists, giant soap bubbles for kids, grilled all in a libertarian and anarchic spirit not overly monetized that encompasses much of the authentic spirit of the (now again) German capital. Consiglaitissimo for a Sunday late morning till night alternating between the crowded market stalls, space food (pizza baked vegan and vegetarian dishes, Grilled trout, not in addition to international proposals and also street food vegan waffles) and free the space in front, where lay a blanket or prepare a grill. Police in Berlin friendly mode, whereby security check also for the area of the playground but great tolerance on habits and customs as long as they do not bother anyone. Truly recommended.
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  • A typical flea market, street food, funky clothes, but too much junk for sale. The area is not very nice, with no trees or green grass and no place to sit at all.  more »

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