The street markets are something particularly wonderful in Berlin. But with too many people want to go. Popular street markets like Mauerpark have become a battle to walk through. So here you find less crowded street markets in Neukölln.
The Schillermarkt along the Herrfurthplatz is one of the oldest street markets in Berlin. It had up to 250 booths from the Herrfurthplatz to the Oker Street, but closed down in the 80th. On the weekly market vendors offer fresh vegetables from farms nearby. Once a month you also find hand-made crafts, jewellery, art and design objects here.
Station: U8 Boddinstraße
Hours: Every Saturday 10-16h
It’s still small enough to have a unique look and still local enough to find your neighbor selling homemade cookies. But it’s hipper than other street markets since its participants and visitors are mostly international. You can still find odd little jewellies like old 1950s ornaments or locally hand-made products. And everything for street market prices.
Station: U8 Schönleinstr.
Every second Sunday 10-17:30h
Floh-Kunst & Trödelmarkt
At Klunkerkranich you find a street market in the clouds on the rooftop of the Neukölln Arcaden. You can buy home-made nic-nacs and food. They also have an urban gardening project "Kulturdachgarten", which is run by interested urban gardeners and worth a look.Take the elevator to the 5th floor and find your way through the parking lot to the rooftop market and bar/club (Klunkerkranich).
Station: U7 Rathaus Neukölln
Every Saturday and Sunday from 12h
(Griessmühle unfortunately closed)
This Neukölln institution unites is located by the waterside (Landwehrkanal) and has the charme of an old factory. Next to crazy parties and the ping pong on Tuesdays, Mühlenmarkt, a street market, is held every first Friday of the month between 4:00 pm and midnight. You will find second-hand goods, crafts, designs, treats and drinks plus club beats. After the outdoor market, there may be a party inside at Griessmühle, just check their website.
Station: S41, S42 Sonnenallee
This street market offers to you practically every Turkish delicacies you can dream of– above all, however, a lot of doner kebabs and Falafel, they have Mustafa's vegetable kebap. To only mention some stereotypes. But you can also find fruit, vegetables, olives and a lot of Turkish cakes and pastries. And if you want to have a break the Ankerklause at the Maybachufer is located just at the end of this street market.
Station: U8 Schönleinstr.
Hours: Tuesday and Friday 11-18:30h
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