Sunday in Berlin is flea market day. Every neighbourhood across the city has its own local flea market, if not several. There isn?�t a whole lot happening on Sundays (Berliners take their day of rest quite seriously) and so my Sunday will, more often than not, involve a slow meander through one of these darling markets.
In Prenzlauer Berg, one of my favourites is the Arkonaplatz flea market. Sheltered by beautiful, tall chestnut trees in an old square, Arkonaplatz truly is a lovely place to stroll around, especially when it?�s flea market day. All kinds of retro knick-knacks are to be found here, many from the ??0s and ??0s. The delightful mix of vintage furniture, signage, kitchen utensils and old wares for the home makes for a fun Sunday searching for treasures.
I truly love Sundays in Berlin. There is no pressure to ‘get things done??and no one here rushes around. Taking pleasure in the simple things, like flea market shopping, is what Sundays in Berlin are about. What?�s not to like about that?
Address:?Arkonaplatz, 10435, Berlin
Opening Hours:?Sunday 10:00 to 16:00