The flea market at Strasse des 17. Juni runs all year every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. and it's got a little something for everyone: antiques galore, old clothes (including used Lederhosen), lots of records, CDs, DVDs, but also brand new, attractive, hand-made jewelry, t-shirts, and historic memorabilia from the GDR. Even though they can't broadcast it since it's illegal, ask if they have Third Reich stuff and you will be escorted to a discrete corner of the booth and shown what they've got. There's even Currywurst and champagne and other snacks to tide you over. Easy to reach with public transportation and worth an hour or two of your weekend. Other Berlin flea markets seem to specialize, such as the one near Museumsinsel for books and art, but this is a good general flea market where you're bound to find something you like.
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