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Maria Reyes

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Flea markets in the Berlin?

Can anyone recommend some good flea markets in Berlin? I always try to hit one up when I travel and I'll be there in March. I prefer antiques to buy-sell stuff. Thanks!

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  • Spyros Konstantis

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    Mauerpark is the biggest and busiest flea market in Berlin.

    Open 8am-6pm every sunday

    Bernauer Straße 63 Berlin 10435

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  • April O'Malley

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    I've got two favorite flea markets in Berlin! The first one is Straße des 17. Juni . I think you'll really like it because there are TONS of antiques there -- furniture, post cards, porcelain, tools, typewriters, etc. There must be like hundreds of stands here so you could spend hours walking through the entire space! This place is open on weekends only.

    The other one I really like is Mauerpark . Probably one of the biggest and most popular in Berlin. Lots of great bargains here and you'll find lots of random knick knacks and trinkets. Great food too!!! Not sure what the schedule here is but they're definitely open on the weekends.

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      Fabulous! Thank you April! · (0 likelikes)

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    There's another, a bit smaller but beautiful flea market at Boxhagener Platz in Berlin Friedrichshain every Sunday.

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      Ooooh this sounds nice. Thank you Mandy! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Joy Mitchell

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    The Flohmarkt am Mauerpark is a large, bustling flea market in Berlin where you can buy pretty much anything from handmade jewelry to cleaning supplies. There are tons of antiques and vintage items to pore over in the booths. There's so much to choose from it can be a bit overwhelming, but if you find yourself getting tired there are a couple of different areas where you can sit down and have a beer or eat some good food, reenergize, and then get back to shopping. Happy antique hunting!

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      Nice! Thank you for the suggestion Joy! · (0 likelikes)

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