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Tiergarten S-Bahn Flea Market, Berlin

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  • Antique market full of stalls selling a number of things: from stamps, books, furniture to door handles, mugs and second-hand clothes. Worth losing a few minutes and maybe Pan not so conventional a souvenir your visit to Berlin. Is virtually opposite the Novotel Tiergarten and it seems to work on Saturdays and Sundays.
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  • The antique market in question is in a great location not far from the Zoo and easy to reach by public transport. It has a lot of exhibitors and if you have eye and luck you can make interesting Affairs. Found objects from all periods, and many curiosities. And a place to keep an eye always when it comes to Berlin exhibitors put their stalls on Sunday morning. Take a tour
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  • Berlin seems to have a few flea markets... but which one do you choose? this one! Loads of great vintage stuff (hardly any new) on almost every stall, from 70s lamps to sixties toy cars, 50s pottery, ...  more »
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  • Lot's going on here, but half of the hawkers are selling new retail priced items imported from China. There are better traditional flea markets where treasures can be discovered.
  • I love Berlin and this Trödelmarkt is one of the reasons why. I can walk around here for hours and enjoy buying stuff or eat something. When the weather is fine you should definitely plan a visit of min2-3hours.
  • I can't believe the amount of stuff that gets brought out to display for this thing. It is a massive undertaking for the vendors there. If you can't find the old thing your'e looking for in this crowd, you likely can't find it.
  • It is a little touristy. And I thought stuff was generally overpriced for a flea market.
  • Loved it, between the old stuff, carpets, handmade clothes and crafts and secondhand gear, you can find the odd bargain. Most sellers have no prices and you have to ask and it's worth to haggle a bit once you get a feel for what things cost elsewhere. Walked away with some choice pieces and could have found more...