Berlin Markets


Berlin has an exquisite variety when it comes to shops and restaurants but also offers a huge variety of street markets. From culturally diverse street food and fresh produce markets to individual and sustainable handmade and second-hand shopping markets, you can easily spend some time strolling through these locations.

Food Markets

Markthalle Neun:
This food hall is filled with food stands that offer a variety of different cuisines. From your typical pasta stand to American BBQ and also Turkish delights. You can top this food experience by grabbing a delicious ice cream at Rosa Canina’s stand.

Individuals familiar with Thai, Vietnamese, and Korean cuisine set up numerous stands offering price-friendly and delicious sweet and savory dishes.

From traditional Berliner sausages to Spanish paella, there are a variety of options to quench your appetite at this street food market located at Mauerpark.

Weekly Markets (fresh produce)

Markt am Winterfeldtplatz:
This market held every Wednesday and Saturday, located by Nollendorfplatz, offers a variety of local produce and food stands- if you’re there around lunchtime grab some delicious tacos at El Mexicano.

Marheineke Halle:
Open every day besides Sundays, grab your fresh foods at this indoor market hall located by Bergmannstraße. 

Wochenmarkt am Karl-August Platz:
Another comprehensive food market offering numerous fresh produce stands, open Wednesdays and Saturdays!

After or before getting your coffee in this gorgeous neighborhood, discover one of Berlin’s notorious local produce markets, offering a variety of fresh goods! Thursdays, this market dedicates its stands to organic-only produce. 

Türkish Market:
Get mountains of local and delicious produce at this market for reasonable prices! Although less fresh, the prices drop even lower the later you go!

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Vintage/Flea Markets

You can easily spend hours at this flea market every Sunday! Since most attractions and shops are closed on Sunday, this is the place many spend their Sunday morning and afternoon at. You may find various hidden gems ranging from jewelry to outdoor furniture.

Rathaus Schöneberg:
Located directly in front of the Schöneberg Rathaus (town hall). Open every Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 4pm. At the market with around 70 stands you can spend there 2-3 hours strolling around even if it's raining because of the tented alleys between the stands. 

Flohmarkt U Fehrbelliner:
Also open on Saturdays and Sundays, right next to Thaipark, this second-hand market has numerous stands that sell antiques and vintage clothing and goods for reasonable prices! 

Open every second Sunday, this second-hand market is filled with hip design stands, where you can find everything from hand made clothes, design accessories and international cuisine, which represent the thriving scene of one of Berlin's most vibrant districts.

RAW Gelände:
Although the RAW site is known for its nightlife, it also transforms into a culturally diverse flea market on Sunday morning and afternoon!  After strolling through this market, you can have a beer or drink with some delicious burgers or pizza at the beer garden also located on-site.

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Cilia Trendelenburg

Hi there! I'm Cilia, and I am the newest intern at IRC. I like to share my passion for Berlin and all its many different aspects and secrets to help you to get know your new city!

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