The four surviving market halls in Berlin offer fresh food such as fruit and vegetables, but also meat and fish, flowers and baked goods. Many market halls also offer jewellery and household goods, clothing and services. An overview of the market halls in Berlin with address, opening times and directions.
Opened in 1891, the listed building in Moabit combines market hall tradition with young ideas. The Arminiusmarkthalle is also in demand as an event location.
In the historic Markthalle Neun, vendors primarily offer fair, ecologically and locally or regionally produced food.
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The Marheineke Market Hall in Kreuzberg offers a wide range of fresh food, snacks, delicacies and services.
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The Tegel Market Hall offers everything from fruit and vegetables to flowers and services such as tailoring and news agents.
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Berlin's most popular flea markets and antique markets with adresses, opening hours, public transport and map.