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Turkish Market, Berlin

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  • Crowded. Mainly food and cloth. Nothing very exciting, neither the wares nor the public. Any small city market in Italy or France offers more by way of smells, colors and sights.  more »
  • Went first thing on a Saturday morning. Smaller market, not too crowded. It was mostly crafts and new items, no flea market tables. I preferred not dealing with piles of junk. I got some nice handmade...  more »
  • Local market for all spices and food and old goods at a bit better prices ..off course we can enjoy food of all arabic countries as they have all stalls in this market ..  more »
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  • It's an ordinary street market and that's what makes it special. Pretty much all the merchants are Turkish and you'll find everything there (food, clothes, jewellery, etc). You can try the typical food while enjoying some live music at the riverbank :)
  • As a local, I still go there to buy fresh vegetables and fruit. They also have a nice selection of fabrics and sewing supplies. If you look for a place to grab a international bite to eat, this place is perfect.
  • Better to come early. Otherwise too crowded. Some fun offers like 10 tiny avocados for 1 euro.
  • Wow! Just wow! Maybe I'm easily impressed, but I found the range of goods and foods available to be really impressive. From fabric rolls to toys to spices, olives, baked goods and cheese. It's mostly, but not entirely Turkish, we noted a Swiss presence (cheese vendor).
  • When coming from some more tidier city, this would definitely be a big surprised for you. Feels just great to go through all these little stands with fresh food and ingredients. Definitely one of nice and free experiences :)