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Flea market Arkonaplatz

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. 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. Flea market Arkonaplatz Opening times: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Address: Arkona Platz, Berlin Source:



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