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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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


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