Berlin Bargains


Spending a day at a weekend market is a rite of passage in Berlin. See tourists and Berliners alike rummage for bargains as if they’re searching for lost treasure! You’re bound to find something for yourself, too, with the variety of vintage knick-knacks and random oddities on-hand. Here are our top picks for the capital’s best bazaars! All sorts of unique gems are just waiting to be discovered—you just need a keen eye and a little patience!

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Fleamarket at Mauerpark

Flohmarkt am Mauerpark

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Prenzlauer Berg, Germany • Recommendation • 

Every Sunday, Mauerpark (“Wall Park”) comes alive with Berlin’s most famous flea market! Join eagle-eyed visitors as you scour various stalls hawking second-hand clothing, old vinyl records, and musical instruments to name a few. Then, make your way to Mauerpark’s main highlight—the Bearpit Karaoke! People from all walks of life gather around the park’s open-air amphitheater to enjoy live karaoke performances. Once you’ve built up an appetite, head to any of the cozy cafés around for snacks and a cuppa!

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Fleamarket at Arkonaplatz

Flohmarkt Arkonaplatz

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Prenzlauer Berg, Germany • Recommendation • 

Just a stone’s throw away from Mauerpark, Arkonaplatz boasts a charming Sunday market of its own. Vendors eagerly set up shop under lush trees, offering a smorgasbord of top-quality antiques and refurbished 1960s-style furniture. Stroll along the cobblestone streets until you spot the perfect centerpiece for your humble abode! Strike up a conversation with neighborhood sellers and you might even get memorable stories in return!

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Fleamarket at Rathaus Schöneberg

Flohmarkt am Rathaus Schöneberg

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Berlin Schöneberg, Germany • Recommendation • 

Rathaus Schöneberg’s undeniable charm stems from its historic past. Located right in front of Schöneberg Town Hall, it is where former U.S. President John F. Kennedy delivered his pivotal “Ich bin ein Berliner” (“I am a Berliner”) speech in 1963 during the Cold War. Nowadays, the area transforms into a beautiful weekend market that sells hard-to-find hardcovers, dainty porcelain, and delicate crystalware. Bargaining is welcome here, so you’ll definitely get the most out of your Euros!

  • John F. Kennedy Platz 1, Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany

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Weekly Market on Boxhagener Platz

Wochenmarkt Boxhagener Platz

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Friedrichshain, Germany • Recommendation • 

Laid-back weekends call for a trip to the green and grassy Boxhagener Platz! On Saturdays, it is home to a farmer’s market known for its wide range of seasonal products and organic selections. When Sunday comes, the park turns into a flea market where pre-loved books and household equipment catch the attention of curious shoppers. In case you get hungry, refuel at the nearby coffee shops and street food kiosks before diving back in!

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Market Hall Nine

Markthalle Neun

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Kreuzberg, Germany • Recommendation • 

Originally built in 1891, Market Hall Nine is one of Berlin’s most popular covered markets. The iconic structure has been through the wringer—from damages caused by the World War II to impending commercialization. After undergoing renovations in 2011, it has opened its doors once again to host weekly markets and food festivals! Market Hall Nine is accessible to the public every day, but drop by at the end of the week for special treats. Street Food Thursdays are for sampling different international delicacies; while Fridays and Saturdays are dedicated to farm produce and traditional market items!

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Weekly Market on Winterfeldplatz

Wochenmarkt Winterfeldplatz

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Berlin Schöneberg, Germany • Recommendation • 

Said to be the city’s largest weekly market, Winterfeldplatz Market has a little bit of everything. Here, you’ll find artisanal cheese, fresh cut flowers, quirky bags, one-of-a-kind kitchen tools, and more! It’s open every Wednesday and Saturday, but the area’s relaxed atmosphere is best experienced during the weekend. Rub elbows with regular locals and tourists as you try to get first dibs on a great find!

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