Berlin Flea Markets

There are possibly more flea markets in Berlin than any other city in Europe.  Berlin’s flea markets (Flohmarkt/Trödelmarkt) sell everything from antiques and collectables to pre loved clothing, accessories and unique designer fashion.    

Mainly open on the weekends you can attack one or all of them on your own or make a personalized tour with a vintage fashion guide. In Mitte, Friedrichshain, Neukölln and Prenzlauer Berg find vintage, thrift, bric a brac, records, books, new handcraft, design objects, new clothing, handmade gifts and of course food stalls to fill your belly too.

Nowkoelln Flowmarkt

Nowkoelln Flowmarkt Neukolln, Berlin

The Nowkoelln Flowmarkt is a small and hip flea market, coveted by locals in the Neukölln area, with Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhoods also getting in on the action.

Berliner Trödelmarkt, Strasse des 17 Juni

Berliner Trödelmarkt, Strasse des 17 Juni Charlottenburg, Berlin

Established in 1973, the Straße des 17. Juni fleamarket is one of the oldest and largest in Berlin.

Boxhagener Platz Flohmarkt

Boxhagener Platz Flohmarkt Friedrichshain, Berlin

This flea market, known by the locals as Boxi, centres around Boxhagener Platz, Friedrichshain and features a small playground for the kiddies, plus benches for resting your weary shopping feet.

Marheinekeplatz Trödelmarkt

Marheinekeplatz Trödelmarkt Kreuzberg, Berlin

Probably one of the smallest flea markets in Berlin, it wont take you long to pop by and visit Marheinekeplatz Trödelmarkt and you just mind find a gem while you're there!

Antik und Buchmarkt am Bodemuseum

Antik und Buchmarkt am Bodemuseum Mitte, Berlin

Every weekend, right next to the Bode Museum on the historic Museum Island is a great antique and book market with around 60 vendors presenting their wares.


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