Discover exotic food, sample fresh snacks and just spend a nice laid-back time - a trip to a farmers' market is rewarding in many ways. But the same question as always: where in Berlin is the best farmers' market? Where can you find the best price and which of these markets has the best flair? The team of Top10 Berlin did some serious market research and has come up with all the answers. Have fun exploring the best farmers' markets in Berlin!

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    Fresh fruit and veggies at bargain prices, Oriental spreads and many vendors with fabrics and odds and ends galore - all this and more can be found at the weekly farmers' market on Maybachufer.

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    Fresh organic tofu, fresh must made from juices or high-quality oils are are just examples of what you will find alongside regional fruit and veggies sold in around 100 stalls at this farmers' and organic market on Boxhagener Platz.

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    The farmers' market on Karl-August-Platz banks on a healthy and colourful mix of fruit and veggies with lots of organic products in the market stalls around the Trinitatis Church.

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    Strudel, pelmeni, currywurst, crêpes, Oriental, Chinese and more international specialities turn the farmers' market on Winterfeldtplatz into a full-blown gourmet market!

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    Purple carrots, organic potatoes and freshly-pressed oil from the oil mill at Werder - the farmers' market on Wittenbergplatz holds some culinary surprises in stock for you!

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    Though the market has a history of than 80 years, the farmers' market on the intersection of Genter Straße/Ostender Straße is still widely regarded an insiders' tip.

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    Bread from the bakery ufaBäckerei, home-made jams and even the crêpes with nut spread - everything sold on the farmers' market on Kolliwitzplatz is entirely organic.

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    Home-made cloth bags, jewellery and wallets - the market on Hackescher Markt gives you an idea that it is located in a tourist hotspot.

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    Juicy oranges, fresh herbs in pots and Neuland-Meat - with about only 20 vendors the market variety here is somewhat on the smaller side.

  • Farmers’ Market Rudow

    With a great selection of savoury Polish sausage varieties to meat specialities from Thuringia to the snack stall selling Currywurst: The market on Rudow's Pierosser Straße is a great place if you like meat and sausages!