Berlin is a big spot for flea markets and whatever you’re looking for you are sure to find each weekend something special. Among tons of old stuff and vintage decoration items or furniture, flea markets are also a great place to find 2nd hand or vintage fashion if you know where to go. Besides that, Berlin is really full of weekend events and festivals which mix food, music, and shopping. In those events, you’ll most likely find designers creation and it’s sometimes a good way to do shopping on Sundays in Berlin. So all you need to know now is what’s the Berlin’s best Fashion Flea Markets & Events!
Traditional Flohmarkts in Berlin
Boxhagener Platz Flea Market
Private and professionals gather on the big square in Friedrichshain to sell 2nd hand, vintage clothing or furniture, decoration items, accessories, and jewels.
When: every Sundays – 10am > 6pm
How: Free – Bus n°240 stop Boxhagener Platz or tram M13 Libauer Strasse.
Flea Market at Mauer Park
The famous, mythical and biggest flea market in Berlin. On the east part of the Park, stands each Sundays a huge line of stands, selling quite a lot of clothes and shoes. Once again it’s a mix of private persons or professionals which gives a good selection of 2nd hand and vintage. There’s of course food and drinks, as well as a plant market and the Mauer Park right there where you can enjoy over summer theBear Pit Karaoke.
When: Every Sundays all year – 9am > 6pm
How: Free entrance – Ubahn Eberswalder Strasse
Flea Market at Schöneberg Rathaus
In front of the impressive Schöneberg city hall, the flea market is definitely vintage oriented, whether we talk about fashion or decoration. Fur coats, 60’s dresses or oriental carpets are among the kind of things you will find there.
When: Each weekend all year – 8am > 4pm
How: Free entrance – Ubahn Rathaus Schöneberg or Bayerischer Platz
Trendy Markets in Berlin
One of the nicest flea market in Berlin, taking place along the Kreuzberg/Neukölln canal on Maybachufer side. The environment of course but also the diversity because you find people from the neighborhood selling their clothes, some flea markets professionals and also quite a lot of designers and especially in jewels and accessories. Also a must for street food with a big range of different tastes.
Same organizers than for the Nowkölln market, this one takes place in that adorable collective garden in Kreuzberg, the Prinzessinnengarten. You’ll enjoy the same nice atmosphere and also a fantastic environment in this lush garden where flowers and vegetables joyfully grow together. Private sellers for 2nd hand, art, and design in a very mixed and friendly crowd.
The first edition started in May 2016 on the lovely Kranholzplatz in Neukölln. Another Neukölln to discover, on the other side of the Ring. This vegan-friendly market takes place once a month and it’s the perfect event to hang out with friends and family. There’s a special spot for kids to play.
When: every 2nd Saturday of the day
How: Free entrance – Sbahn/Ubahn Neukölln
Night Markets in Berlin
Mühlenmarkt at Griessmühle
Griessmühle is one of those indoor/outdoor and messy clubs so typical in Berlin like the mythical Bar 25 used to be. Once a month the club organizes a Friday night market where people can sell their clothes, shoes, books or anything else. Don’t expect to find rare pieces here, it’s more from everybody’s wardrobe you can buy stuff but at very cheap prices and it’s always nice to rummage around with drinks and nice music.
Next to the famous Badeshiffin the Arena facility is this small space along the Spree where different kind of events is hosted. Among them a regular night market which gathers 2nd hand and vintage clothes, furniture, and local designers.
The green market is, as its name suggests an exclusively ecological and vegan market BUT cool and trendy. Yes Yes, it’s possible. Gourmet discoveries, especially if you are not vegan, fashion, cosmetics, decoration … the green market offers everything and you will be surprised by its innovative side. There is always good music and a corner for the kids.
Famous independent designers market which takes place 4 times a year and gathers a big selection of young and talented designers, all based in Berlin. An event you should not miss if you want to have a picture of the successful creative scene in Berlin. It’s also each time the opportunity to eat some delicious street food bites and excellent drinks.