Berlin Antique Market

The famous Berlin Antique Market awaits you at Bahnhof Friedrichstraße. Over 40 dealers present antiques, rarities and many curios from times gone by in 13 converted municipal railway arches every day (except Tuesdays) from 11 am until 6 pm. Here you are guarenteed to find just the right souvenir or the collector’s piece you have been looking for. And we will then spoil you in “Zur Nolle” restaurant, in “Café Odeon” or in “Café & Restaurant Leon” with select dishes and fine cake creations. So don’t delay!



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  1. Jerry Mansfield

    On my last visit to Berlin in 2003 I explored the Antique Market and found it fascinating. Lots of unusual gems that a traveler can only look at and wish they had room in their suitcase to carry such items back home. I also recall having a nice lunch in the Zur Nolle restaurant there. This just reminded of an unusual menu item that puzzled me in Berlin. I believe there are many Turkish fast food establishments on street corners and one of them had TTTCPITS on the menu. That’s all it said. I had to ask and found out it cleverly meant “The Thing They Call Pizza In The States.”

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