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Fehrbelliner Platz Flea Market: A mecca for art lovers

The Art & flea market on Fehrbellinerplatz mostly showcases art and antiques, but clothing, furniture and other junk items are also sold. The market exclusively offers used products: the sale of new items is expressly prohibited by the market management, thereby guaranteeing a certain level of genuineness. Home » Featured » 20 Best Flea Markets in Germany Dresden Silhouette EuropeFeatured Last Updated: December 2, 2015 - 4 Comments 4.3 (17 votes) 20 BEST FLEA MARKETS IN GERMANY Best Flea Markets in Berlin (BERLIN) Many consider Berlin as the capital city of flea markets in Germany. And it’s no wonder why this is the second time we write about Berlin’s flea markets on this blog. Flea markets are such a trend there, that each district of Germany’s capital city has its own running on the weekend! Items on sale range from vintage clothing & treasures from the 70s, to more expensive antiques. Here is the list of our top 5 flea markets in Berlin. Berlin Mauerpark Flea Market: A flea market with an atmosphere Every Sunday of the year, rain or shine, up to 30,000 visitors flock at the Mauerpark Flea Market. This flea market, which covers a total of 8 hectares (with up to 500 stalls split over 7000 square meters), is located near the former Todesstreifen (death stripe) at the border area between Wedding and Prenzlauer Berg. This is where its appropriate name “Mauerpark” comes from. The Mauerpark flea market is dominated by the colorful stalls of traders who bring the trash and junk they have been collecting over the week from dusty attics and dark basements. However, this does not mean that you can not discover one or more hidden gems, among the items offered by professional dealers. Mauerpark flohmarkt - Victoria Calligo A large selection of items Because the Berlin Mauerpark Flea Market is open to both private Flea markets dealers (who want to get rid-off their old stuff) and professional trader with their elegant designer items, it has a pretty wide range of different goods, for all tastes. But this is not the only reason why this flea market is such a hit in Berlin: the festive atmosphere of this venue also made it a must see, in the daily press and tourist guides. Mauerpark flohmarkt - Kaspar Metz Mauerpark flohmarkt - Mompl Mauerpark flohmarkt - Christoph Boecken Mauerpark flohmarkt - Bastian Mauerpark flohmarkt - Guillén Pérez Mauerpark flohmarkt - diestrassenvonberlin Flohmarkt-am-Mauerpark Adjacent to the flea market, numerous musicians and performing artists can be seen on the grassy open space. And around 3:00 p.m., there is a popular karaoke Bearpit in the amphitheater located in the park. With over a million visitors annually, the Mauerpark Flea Market ranks among the most popular destinations in Berlin. It’s even an all time favorite of Annette Humpe, a famous German songwriter, pop singer and record producer, who used to perform & chill out there more than 25 years ago. This place is definitely an experience by itself. Berlin Mauerpark Flea Market Opening times: 08:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Address: Bernauer Strasse 63-64, 13355 Berlin Berlin Arkonaplatz Flea Market (Berlin Mitte) The flea market on Arkonaplatz in Berlin has established itself as one of the best flea markets in Berlin. No wonder why it has been around for over a century. Even the artist Heinrich Zille, featured in 1912 the hustle and bustle of this flea market in one of his paintings. Since 1990, the flea market is open on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (except on Sundays excluded by law), all year round. Easy access by public transport The Arkonaplatz is easily accessible by public transport: with the U8 to Bernauer Straße, by tramway (line M10) or by bus 247 to Wolin Straße. It is also possible to take the tramway line M1 and M12 to Zionskirchplatz. All three stops are only a few minutes walk to the Arkonaplatz flea market. The place still belongs to the district of Berlin, just a few minutes away from the main attractions of Germany’s capital city. Access by car is not recommended as parking is very limited and therefore quickly full. Berlin-Arkonaplatz-Flohmarkt Relaxed strolling on the Arkonaplatz The flea market on Arkonaplatz is an outdoor market. The place is pleasantly shaded by numerous Linden trees and is surrounded by green spaces, which somehow creates an oasis away from the stress of everyday life. The atmosphere at the flea market can be described as comfortable and relaxed. The Arkonaplatz flea market is a hot tip and is mentioned in several travel guides for its beautiful atmosphere and its historical age. During the summer months, the flea market is especially well attended, but not crowded, thus making it particularly attractive for visitors to stroll in peace and stop at various booths to browse calmly the items on display. © Karen Mardahl Chair with cup holder! At the Arkonaplatz flea market. © Karen Mardahl Flohmarkt! The Arkonaplatz flea market © Karen Mardahl Ye Olde Village Pumpe At the Arkonaplatz flea market. © Karen Mardahl I need to buy more vowels Arkonaplatz flea market. © Karen Mardahl Arkonaplatz flea market. © Karen Mardahl 78 rpm At the Arkonaplatz flea market. © Karen Mardahl Arkona Flohmarkt on Arkonaplatz The Arkonaplatz flea market offers a variety of secondhand goods and products: Starting with iconic clothing and jewelery, to footwear and accessories, the range of products sold extends to modern artworks and photographs of Berlin. Retro fans and DDR nostalgic, will especially find their happiness there. However, records and books can also be found. And if you want to take a break from shopping, you can make a stop at a bratwurst stands or visit one of the cafes and restaurants around the square. © c.gomboli Arkonaplatz Flea market in Arkonaplatz A must do for any flea market enthusiast The Arkonaplatz flea market is one of the most beautiful and one of the oldest flea markets of Germany. Its special charm comes from its convenient location, in the shade of the trees of the adjacent park. This makes it particularly popular for strolling and chilling out. Since the flea market is always well attended, it is also popular among sellers. A small drawback is the relatively high space rent (for those planning to sell). However, due to the relatively high prices at which the products are sold on the market, sellers can still quickly make a good profit, especially in the summer. Overall, the flea market is very popular among both buyers and sellers, and is definitely worth a visit. Flea market Arkonaplatz Opening times: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Address: Arkona Platz, Berlin Fehrbelliner Platz Flea Market: A mecca for art lovers Located on the outskirts of Berlin city ring, in the Wilmersdorf district, the traditional flea market am Fehrbelliner Platz, is the place where art lovers and flea market fans alike, meet. It is open every weekend from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM (depending on the season), right on the esplanade of the metro station “Fehrbellinerplatz“, which make it pretty easy to reach by public transport. The Art & flea market on Fehrbellinerplatz mostly showcases art and antiques, but clothing, furniture and other junk items are also sold. The market exclusively offers used products: the sale of new items is expressly prohibited by the market management, thereby guaranteeing a certain level of genuineness. © Maite n' Shelly Fehrbelliner Platz Flea Market However, various booth sell self-produced goods, often made from recycled materials. Incidentally, several artists, gallery owners and art dealers show up at the flea market am Fehrbelliner Platz to sell their paintings. From fine art and portraits to crafts and smaller installations, its is possible to find pretty much everything. Last but not least, the Fehrbelliner Platz flea market also has a few food stalls to satisfy all kinds of appetites. Don’t be shy at haggling The very location of the flea market, ideally situated near cafes and boulevards leading to the Fehrbelliner Platz, make it an attraction to many passersby. Also, the Fehrbelliner Platz station features a shopping arcade with 20 retail spaces that daily attract a large audience to the Fehrbelliner Platz. The Park Café, which is located directly on the Fehrbelliner Platz, attracts numerous visitors alike and also offers flea market visitors a comfortable place to relax and indulge after a morning spent strolling the many flea markets’ booths. Due to its long tradition, the Art and Flea Market on Fehrbelliner Platz is not only popular among long-established Ur-Berliners, but also among tourists. Source: By S



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