Flea markets

Since its debut in 2010, Nowkoelln Flowmarkt has brushed aside fears of being a precursor to the horrors of gentrification, and since has been bringing its own flair to Flohmarkt culture. more

May 8, 2012 3:00 PM

Winter may well be on the out, but rummaging inside is fun regardless of what it's like outside. Berlin’s got a roofed emporium for every taste – from the DIY hipster to the kitsch connoisseur. more

Oct 19, 2011 12:00 AM , Interviews & Portraits

Housed in a warehouse in the Arena complex, this vast junk market has 4000sqm of floor space packed with everything: bathroom faucets, mink coats, tools, rugs, and defunct electronics. more

Oct 17, 2011 9:00 AM Interviews & Portraits

Borrowing an idea from Sao Paolo, Trödelei fuses the flea market with the consignment shop. Sellers rent shelves to present their stuff; the market sells it. Other than that, it resembles a bog-standard second-hand store. more

Oct 17, 2011 9:00 AM Interviews & Portraits

A half indoor/half outdoor market with multiple personalities. While it houses a little ‘antique’ shop and a warehouse filled with enough furniture to furnish you and all your friends’ next apartments, it also has a full flea market. more

Oct 17, 2011 9:00 AM Interviews & Portraits

O-Straße’s legendary club – which narrowly escaped permanent closure earlier this year – hosts this regular jumble sale. People sell whatever they feel like, from a garlic press and piles of jewellery to star-shaped glasses, and polka dot jumpsuits. more

Oct 17, 2011 9:00 AM Interviews & Portraits

True Berliners don’t fear the cold of winter! These outdoor Flohmarkt hotspots are still a must. The best part? No peak-season Easyjet crowds to battle for bargains! more

Oct 17, 2011 9:00 AM Zeitgeist

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