Are you looking to buy a unique souvenir on your Berlin trip or searching for the new it-piece of your wardrobe? The many flea markets in the German capital have something for everyone! Berlin’s flea markets invite locals and tourists every week to go bargain hunting for hidden gems, rummage through pre-loved goods and haggle for the best price. Whether you’re looking for rare records, vintage clothes or keepsakes of Berlin’s history, here you’ll find them all.
Antikmarkt am Ostbahnhof
No junk but high quality antiques is what the Antikmarkt near Ostbahnhof stands for. Up to 150 dealers and vendors are selling and trading high-quality treasures here. This includes antique furniture, art and design as well as fine porcelain but also jewelry and collectors’ items like coins, old books and stamps.
Since you won’t find the typical sellers or new goods here like electronics or clothes, this is the market to be for antiquity enthusiasts and collectors of any kind every Sunday.
Flohmarkt Straße des 17. Juni
Since 1973, this flea market at the Ernst-Reuter-Haus has attracted locals and tourists ever since. The offer is diverse - autograph cards, books, CDs, records, videos, computer games, clothes, furniture, shoes, porcelain, jewellery and old paintings. However, this sometimes has its price, you have to rummage carefully for real bargains.
It is one of the largest and most traditional flea markets in the city. Open on Saturdays and Sundays, it is always buzzing with visitors. After treasure hunting, you can take a stroll through the nearby Tiergarten or have a snack at one of the many restaurants in the surrounding area.
Antik- und Buchmarkt am Bodemuseum
This market is located right before the famous Bode museum near the Spree and a Berlin institution since 1992. A paradise for book lovers, you can find around 60 book and antique dealers here every weekend and on public holidays. Here you can find both vintage pieces and real antique rarities.
The stalls present everything from art to smaller antique furniture to a range of books but also jewellery, old postcards and photos, records and arts and crafts. The sellers are often joined by young artists who sale their works here as well.
The RAW area in Friedrichshain is not only known for its many cool clubs and bars but also for its flea market! Here you find everything the heart could possibly desire, especially fashion lovers will get their money's worth due to a large selection of vintage and retro fashion.
Want to try your finds on before buying? No problem at all. Toilets are available on the premises and are sometimes converted into changing rooms.
In addition to curiosities and useful items from mainly private traders, you will also find local artists offering their handicrafts, jewellery and paintings every week. Stop at one of the many food stalls for a snack in between. The flea market offers a colourful mix and stands out from other classical markets.
Trödelmarkt am Marheinekeplatz
Located at the end of Bergmannstraße, with its typical Kreuzberg flair, a colourful flea market takes place every Saturday and Sunday. While strolling around, you can browse extensively, discover a lot and find many a treasure.
We promise there’s something for everyone here: antiques, fashion, bicycles and accessories, clothes and toys for children, unique art and designer pieces, handicrafts, books, second-hand junk, records and DVDs and much more.
Numerous restaurants and cafés, as well as the market hall on Saturdays, offer a wide range of culinary delights around the market. A small playground and, in summer, a fountain also offer variety for the little visitors.
This small antique and book market in Berlin-Mitte takes place every Sunday. Bargain hunters should make sure to come early in the morning to secure the best finds. While its size is manageable, the year-round market radiates the vibes of the hip neighborhood.
Here you can find everything from arts and crafts to antiques, books and records as well as many finds from the former GDR. This market is mostly frequented by locals, hence you can expect lower prices in comparison to more popular markets and it won’t be overcrowded. Couldn’t find what you were looking for? Luckily, the flea market near Mauerpark is only a few minutes’ walk away.
This flea market at Mauerpark is a cult event on its own. Located in the famous park, a popular hangout spot for locals and tourists alike, the all-year round market takes place every Sunday and brings together the best stalls but also designers, artists and food trucks. A lot of household clearances are being sold here as well as fashion, accessories and jewelry.
The lively crowd consists of locals, tourists and students, so grab a drink and join in. After your successful shopping tour the park is the perfect spot to take a break, listen to live music and enjoy a barbecue with your friends.
The Flowmarkt near the idyllic Maybach riverside takes place every second Sunday from April to December and is a gem among the many flea markets in Berlin. The Flowmarkt is purely an art and second-hand market. You won't find industrially produced new goods here. Even junk is rare.
Hunt for second hand clothes, furniture and especially records in a relaxed atmosphere. This market is also a great for foodies: here you can find many different street food stalls.