Flea and craft markets
In Berlin, there are many flea and art markets. You can browse to your heart's content through interesting things and discover hidden treasures, and above all bargains at the best price.
Below we have put together a list of the most important, largest and most interesting markets:
Flea and craft markets on "Strasse des 17 Juni "
The most famous market of its kind in Berlin. Located along Tiergarten between Bachstrasse and Ernst-Reuter-Platz, this market is open every Saturday from 11am - 5pm and Sunday from 10am - 5pm.
- S- train station "Tiergarten", S3, S5, S7, S9, S75
- For more information: Art and flea market on the street of the 17th June
Antique Market by the Ostbahnhof
This market accounts for its name. Instead of knickknacks, clothes or other junk, you can buy here genuine antiques. Next to old records and books, you can find old pieces of furniture. The antique road on the North side of the train station is open every Sunday from 9am - 5pm.
- S-train station "Ostbahnhof", S3, S5, S7, S9, S75
Art and Nostalgia Market on the Museum Island
With the Museum Island in the background, this market offers a particularly beautiful setting. A lot of self-made, handicraft and painted pictures and items are offered here. Besides pictures, jewelry and porcelain you can find also books and records here. This market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am - 5pm.
- Tram station "Am Kupfergraben", M1
- Bus stop "Lustgarten", routes100, 200
Flea Market at Wall Park
At the Wall Park, with its festival atmosphere, you can find the exact opposite to the antique markets. Everything what needs a new home, is available on the market. In addition, artists and designers offer their products and performances and the many food and drink stalls ensure you won't get hungry. This is not only where people sell and buy, here people meet up, exchange ideas and even have fun by an outdoor karaoke. The flea market is open every Sunday from 8am - 6pm.
- Tram-station "Wolliner Strasse", M10
- U-train station "Bernauer Strasse", U8