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Mauerpark is a public linear park in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district. The name translates to "Wall Park", referring to its status as a former part of the Berlin Wall and its Death Strip. The park is located at the border of Prenzlauer Berg and Gesundbrunnen district of former West Berlin.
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I love this space... All kinds of people get together to enjoy it here. You're bound to find live music or the sorts and picnics and bbq's. They also have a great market space for you to browse whilst visiting the park... There is not much diversity with the holders of the stalls at this market which is a real shame but there are many things to enjoy there.. Plenty food places close by and many stay at this park until late. Definitely check out this park if visiting Berlin. You'll not regret it.
The Sunday flea market is really nice. We especially enjoyed the international food stages that had lots of variety of tasty food from all around the world. There were plenty of vegetarian options, some vegan options and of course - a lot of meat as well.
Always worth a visit, if you're a tourist in summer. In the park, there's variable live music, and loads of grilling space, as well as basketball and karaoke. There's the famous flea market as well, but the prices are all a bit steep for the new stuff. However, head towards the back of the market, and you get all the second hand stuff, which is nice, if you like that kind of thing. There's plenty of street food too, but again, it can be a bit pricey. Great fun overall, and has a really cosmopolitan/Berlin vibe.
An absolute must on a warm Sunday! So much to see and do, great flea market and food stalls on offer. Always so weird and wonderful street performers all over the park. Such a cool and chilled place to be, despite the overall park being a little bit run down
Not sure what I expected. Truly just a big park. Great graffiti wall with active artists if you're willing to hike up the hill. A few shady looking characters, but they were harmless. As my whirlwind one day tour ends, I wish I had done Eastside gallery instead. No worries, next time!
Even when is full of tourists, I enjoy this place a lot. In the market u can find many weird and Vintage stuff.. then the park is beautiful full of street artists. Great to buy some beers and walk around
Went there on a sunny Sunday and spent about 3h walking around- could’ve spend a few more. Time flew and made some great finds. A really cool shop that sells jewellery & little metal/mosaic hand bags was a great find! Will definitely be back when in Berlin!
It's one of the best places to visit on the east side of the city. On Sundays, there is the very famous Mauerpark flee market, a great place to buy cheap (and not so cheap) souvenirs of the city. There is a section of local-designer shops and an actual flee market where you can buy all kinds of used objects. Also, they have a big open court to have lunch and beers.
Just so much fun. Eclectic. You must eat the street food. And in the winter, brave the mulled wine with a shot of rum - omg!
The Sunday flea market is lots of fun! Plenty of nice gifts, food and drink and junk of course... One of the nicest I've seen
Wonderful vintage, second hand open air market, perfect on sunday. Interesting for hipsters, students and anybody who wants to find something unexpected. It's impossible to make a list of what shopkeepers sell. The market has a handy on-site local street food stands. Always crowded also in freezing winter.
As everybody says, during the winter is another experience. No karaoke or people chilling out on the grass. But the introspective vibe can also be good. The wall becomes more dramatic and the food of the Sunday market more inviting. Worth the visit.