Ostpro Berlin

Ostpro Berlin

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More than 100 companies from the new federal states present their products and services at the sales fair for eastern products.

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    The "Little Mole" from the Czech cartoon series is sold as a soft toy in Berlin at a stand of the "Ostpro" trade fair in the Velodrom.
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Under the motto "Look, Cost, Buy", visitors to the SEZ Berlin on Landsberger Allee can rediscover well-known East German classics or get to know new goods.

Offers at the Ostpro

More than 100 companies from the new federal states present food and beverages, clothing and cosmetics, books, video and CDs, porcelain, ceramics, glassware and candles, watches and jewellery, toys as well as furniture and household goods. The well-known East German doll figures and fair favourites Mr. Fuchs, Pittiplatsch and Schnatterinchen can also be purchased at the visitor fair.

Christmas-Ostpro with special products for the festive season

The Christmas edition of Ostpro offers numerous products for the festival. Visitors will find a wide range of gift articles, candles, decorations, pastries and sweets.

Holiday trips and wellness offers

In addition, tour operators present holiday and wellness offers. Exhibitors from the real estate sector will also be providing information on housing and house offers and renovation. Culinary specialities from the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Hungary round off the sales fair.
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At the "Ostpro" trade fair, numerous companies will be showcasing predominantly Eastern products. more

SEZ Berlin

Address
Landsberger Allee 77
10249 Berlin
Useful hints
Ostpro 2020 is cancelled due to the corona pandemic.

Last edited: 4. November 2020