Flea Market / Shopping Area
Reviewed by Núria C.
"MyTake One of the best plans for a Sunday morning in Berlin is to pick up your bike and hang around some of the flea markets. The RAW Tempel flea mark ..." more
Revaler Straße 99
Beach Bar / Flea Market
Party Earth Review Every Sunday afternoon, the Mauerpark Flea Market transforms the area that was once the site of the infamous Dead Zone surrounding the Berlin Wall into a freewheeling bazaar. Anything and everything is on sale here, from designer clothes and jewelry to furniture to vintage vinyl albums. Snippets of conversation in German ... more
Bernauer Strasse 63-64
Mall / Shopping Area
Party Earth Review Kurfürstendamm Strasse, or Ku’Damm as it is commonly known, is the major shopping street in West Berlin. Although the tree-lined boulevard is home to retailers like Gucci, LaCoste, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton, the main draw is Kaufhaus Des Westens, or KaDeWe, the famous department store rivaled in size and scope only by Harrods ... more
Market / Outdoor Activity
Party Earth Review Running roughly a half mile along Berlin’s scenic River Spree, the Türkenmarkt (Turkish Market) has been attracting thrifty shoppers and curious sightseers for as long as most Kreuzberg residents can remember. Depending on the weather, the day, and sometimes just the vigor of the vendors, the hastily thrown-together stalls ... more
One of the best things about Berlin is that it’s not a very expensive city, and when it comes to shopping in Berlin, you can find a great variety of bargain-basement deals. However, there are still plenty of high-end designer goods to drain your pockets as well.
The biggest and most well-known shopping street in Berlin is Kurfürstendamm Strasse. Ku’Damm, as it’s commonly known, is lined with big name retailers like LaCoste, Chanel, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton. The biggest department store though is KaDeWe which features seven floors of clothes, luxury goods, and gourmet foods. It’s definitely easy to get lost inside. Ku’Damm also has a good number of restaurants and cafés, so if your dogs are tired, you can relax with some coffee before the stores come beckoning once again.
For a more alternative Berlin shopping experience, there’s the Mauerpark Flea Market. Every Sunday, the Flea Market transforms the park into a wild and whacky bazaar. Literally everything is on sale here from vintage clothes, jewelry, old books, and records, to toys, games, furniture, and tchotchkes.
Budget-friendly to wallet draining, Berlin provides shoppers with a variety of options. And whether you want some designer goods or someone else’s old junk, there are plenty of options strewn throughout the city.