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Flohmarkt Meuerpark. What to do and see at the flea market. Timetables


On Sundays, in Berlin, you certainly won’t be bored. And so, between walks, exhibitions and events, there is only the embarrassment of the choice.

Who, instead, was hunting for unique pieces and some good business, could reach out to Bernauer Strasse, not far from the center. The Flohmarkt takes place every Sunday in front of the large green lung of the Meuerpark.

It is one of the unmissable events for Berliners, and today also for tourists. Lots of stalls display a myriad of objects; mostly used. Because it’s still a flea market.
At Flohmarkt you will find everything. New and used jewelry. Clothing. Ancient memorabilia. Objects, antiques and handicrafts. Flowers. Conserve.

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If you have a good eye, you might find something good, rummaging through the stalls. And even make a good deal. And if you get hungry, don’t worry. You will find many offers of national and international street food. A really wide and varied offer.



Flohmarkt im Mauerpark is located on Bernauer Strasse, not far from the center, and easily accessible by public transport.
You can arrive by Bus 247 or the M10 Tram line. The nearest U-Bahn metro stops are just a few minutes away; you can use the U8 line, getting off at Bernauer Straße, or the U2 line at Eberswalder Straße.

Getting around Berlin by public transport is pretty simple. The public transport network is particularly efficient.


The flea market is open every Sunday of the year, from 09:00 to 18:00.


The Flohmarkt is located in the large public garden of Meuerpark and is also suitable for spending a couple of hours outdoors, wandering among the stalls, or simply strolling to the background of techno music.

Since this is a large market, the only recommendation is to use the necessary caution: bags always closed and in sight. Backpacks, possibly, in front.

All visitors are reminded that opening hours and access may vary according to the current provisions on COVID-19.

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