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Turkish Market

Maybachufer | Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
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Maybachufer | Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The best day outing and a must visit in Berlin. Plenty of fresh fruit & food. Also have other stalls to buy stuff. They have bands playing, nice relaxing atmosphere.

Thank sandraaM5875DQ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Cheap, good food, at the shore of a river, and in sunny days with street music playing in the background. Such a good way of spending Tuesday and Friday mornings buying groceries and planning recipes. Special shoutout to the one stand that sells Baklava and...More

Thank Daniel P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This place sells an incredibly random assortment of goods, including some really tasty food stalls with Turkish and other types of food. Worth a wander around on a nice day. Kreuzberg is also a lovely and really lively place to wander about in.

Thank Vincent S
Reviewed July 17, 2017 via mobile

Fairly average market. Not exactly anything overly interesting and seem to be average produce. Be good as a local if you lived nearby as it is pretty cheap but definitely not a tourist attraction

Thank Zach C
Reviewed June 27, 2017 via mobile

This is always what pleases me, getting out to where the local residents are going to and enjoying the atmosphere. This part of town is vibrant, full of great food to taste and music. An enjoyable day.

Thank maryan5456
Reviewed June 23, 2017 via mobile

Not very interesting. Nothing too special. It is kind of waste of time going there. The walk from East Gate Gallery is about 15 minutes. We did not feel safe going through a local park. If you do want to go, take the U Bahn.

Thank Grace B
Reviewed June 20, 2017 via mobile

It's just a market that sells whatever any shop sells just as little bit cheaper. There's little Turkey in the market.

Thank George G
Reviewed June 5, 2017

Crowded. Mainly food and cloth. Nothing very exciting, neither the wares nor the public. Any small city market in Italy or France offers more by way of smells, colors and sights.

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Reviewed May 28, 2017

Went first thing on a Saturday morning. Smaller market, not too crowded. It was mostly crafts and new items, no flea market tables. I preferred not dealing with piles of junk. I got some nice handmade jewelry and spices. All from very nice vendors.

Thank Leslie L
Reviewed March 29, 2017

Local market for all spices and food and old goods at a bit better prices ..off course we can enjoy food of all arabic countries as they have all stalls in this market ..

No Berlin neighborhood is more popular with the young
and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of
Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area
became known as "Little Istanbul." Today the
percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors
still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the
daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by
the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
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