Flea markets in Berlin are allowed to reopen

Flea markets in Berlin are allowed to reopen

From 4 June 2021, Berlin's art and flea markets will be allowed to reopen. This emerged from the press conference of the Berlin Senate on 1 June.

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A visitor tries on shoes with high heels at a flea market.

Many flea markets, flea markets and antique markets in Berlin are inviting people to haggle, rummage and buy again from this weekend onwards. In order to continue to keep the infection rate by the coronavirus under control as much as possible, the extensive contact restrictions and hygiene rules of the state of Berlin also apply at the flea markets. Visitors have to wear a medical face mask.
Flea markets that can be visited again next weekend include the flea market at Boxhagener Platz, the Straße des 17. Juni flea & art market, the Arkonaplatz and Marheinekeplatz flea markets, the Ostbahnhof antique market, the RAW flea market and the Fehrbelliner Platz flea market.
Flea Markets in Berlin
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Last edited: Wednesday, 2. June 2021 15:00 Uhr

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