A strip of the former “death zone” (empty area between the two walls that divided the city - the Berlin Wall was actually made up of two parallel walls) has happily become a large, warren-like flea market. Every Sunday, thousands of Berliners pack the market at Mauerpark, eating Wurst, drinking beer, and browsing the overflowing stalls for furniture, clothing, books, and oddities - from lead letterpresses to staring East German china dolls to vintage educational posters explaining nuclear energy. Bargaining is expected, and can be spirited. Go early if you don’t like crowds – after 12:00 it gets packed, especially on nice days.

Also check out the swings at the top of the park's hill - a soaring view!

Mauerpark Flea Market
Eberswalder Strasse across from Schwedter Strasse, Prenzlauer Berg
U-Bahn Eberswalder Strasse or Tram M10 Freidrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportpark

Every Sunday, 9:00 to dusk

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