Markets

Markets

Much more than just a place to shop, Berlin's markets are a meeting place. A close-knit community of traders and customers who have come to know and love the personal contact that you simply do not get in the supermarkets. There are many different markets attracting both locals and visitors practically every day of the week. There's everything you could possibly think of: from traditional cobblers to organically grown vegetables from the surrounding region or tender free-range lamb. In December, a large number of Berlin Christmas Markets completes the range of markets.

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Späth'sche Baumschulen
12/04/2015 - 12/06/2015
Founded in 1720, the Späth'sche Baumschule in Berlin-Treptow is considered the oldest nursery in Germany. The 2nd weekend of Advent, the historic site becomes a...
The Antiques and Book Market near the Bodemuseum is located on the Museum Island, well removed from the busy crowds on the prestigious Unter den Linden. The market is an...
The Markthalle legend persists, and here in Moabit another chapter of Berlin’s colourful market history unfolds. The first impression of the Arminiusmarkthalle is often...
Here, where John F. Kennedy made his legendary “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech, a beautiful flea market has developed – directly in front of the Schöneberg Rathaus (town...
Every Sunday a large flea market is held on the Boxhagener Platz. Located in the heart of the vibrant student quarter around Simon-Dach-Strasse in Friedrichshain, it is...
Directly adjacent to the Mauerpark (Park of the Wall) in the Prenzlauer Berg district, you'll find a fleamarket with mostly private sellers with toys and vynils, clothes...
Anyone looking for antiques and old furniture, or records and books, will find themselves drawn to the great antiques market at Ostbahnhof. The atmosphere here is...
The arts market between Schlossbrücke and Museumsinsel has a long tradition and a generally good reputation among locals and tourists - especially for books. Large...
The oldest, largest and most famous flea market in Berlin spreads out on both sides of the Charlottenburger Tor, on Strasse des 17. Juni in the Charlottenburg district....
In October 2011 a historic market is opening its gates again in Kreuzberg’s Eisenbahnstraße – precisely 120 years after its original opening: on Fridays and Saturdays...
An “ecomarket” has been held every Thursday since 1996 on the Kollwitzplatz in Prenzlauer Berg. There are now more than 50 vendors offering organic produce. The goods on...
The markets in Tegel’s pedestrian zone can look back on a century of tradition. Not only fruit and flowers are on sale here from Mondays to Saturdays from the stands of...
This market on the bank of the Maybach has almost everything you might find in the Bosporus, and is known as the ‘Turkish Market’. Therein lies its charm: its...
The Winterfeldtplatz in Schöneberg is not just geographically midway between raffish Kreuzberg and middle-class Wilmersdorf. Its stylish bars, cafés und restaurants make...
EverySaturday in Berlin-Marzahn, the Kosmonauten flea market invites people to escape the daily grind and spend some time strolling and shopping among the junk dealers,...
The new market for art, crafts and design is located right in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg and offers a wide range of creative products from Berlin. The latest creations...
The Marheineke Markthalle is as much a part of Kreuzberg as the TV Tower is a part of Alexanderplatz. The market hall has a long history as does the vibrant...
The new weekly market at Südstern has around 35 dealer and is focused at local products, creativity, culinary and biological food. It takes place every saturday from...
Every Wednesday from 8.00am–1.00pm and every Saturday from 8.00am–2.00pm, merchants and artisans set up their tents on Karl-August-Platz in Berlin-Charlottenburg. The...
Every Sunday at RAW, the former East German railway repair yards, the Berlin Village Market offers lots of delicious goodies in addition also great music and art pieces...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.