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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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  • I liked that there is not only interesting (and not so interesting) old stuff to discover, but also artists offering their work. Also good food.  more »
  • Well located flea market. Not as big as I thought but still OK for a big market. Didn't find what I was looking for but saw other interesting antiques  more »
  • Many stalls with soo many options!! Great food and a variety of things to buy. It was super busy, Nice seeing all the berliner culture condensed in one place  more »
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  • Yes. Hands down the best flea market in Berlin. They recently paved over the muddy ground, added ping pong tables, and organized it much better. Come for comfort food, craft beer, sweets, and artisan hipster creations 😊. Joking aside, a must seen experience in Berlin.
  • Fun place to visit on a Sunday
  • I visited the flea market a few weeks back when the CORONA situation was under control👀. To my surprise, not many people were wearing masks which was not cool🙅‍♀️. About the stuff you can get there: old frames, crockery, pots, vintage decore, clothes, records, etc. Then there were small handmade items sold by people like t-shirts, bags, masks, baskets, jewellery and all that jazz. To top all of that there were food counters with delicious goods👏. There are a few in my photos. The market opens only on Sunday which is great because everything else is closed on that day🤓. Overall, not bad for thrifting old stuff and making it new 🛍️. Take care, people! Wear a mask 😷and wash hands 🙌!
  • Must go/must visit place in Berlin. Even if you don’t going to buy anything just go there for the atmosphere and see wonderful people around. The „food court“ has plenty of offers that look so attractive for the curious city explorer. Japanese dumplings, Korean fast food, Turkish Mokka coffee, hamburgers are few to mention.
  • it's a cool place to spend the day walking around enjoying the atmosphere, they have live bands or shows and music playing.... you can buy food and drinks. as far as the market, it's not so good.... you go to markets like this to find rare or good items at a good price, but this market is backwards, cheap trash at expensive prices cause they want to call them vintage... so shopping here is not good, enjoying the atmosphere is good... you can even score a little Mary Jane if in need....

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