Convening every Wednesday and Saturday since 1990, the Winterfeldtplatz Markets is one of Berlin’s most unique farmers markets. With up to 250 vendors in the high season, this market is buzzing by 10am with crowds of curious tourists and locals shopping for their weekly groceries. Forget about taking a guided tour – wander the stalls for samples of La Praline’s Swedish chocolates, Burkhard Schuab’s gourmet cheeses, or Oma Emma’s homemade marmalades. Some of Berlin’s fanciest foods are found in the market’s imbisse (street food). From currywurst to Stecklerfisch’s ever-popular grilled fish skewers, you can travel the flavors of the world in one afternoon. If you need a break from the crowds, the streets around the market are worth exploring too, full of antiques, whisky shops, and cafes.
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