Farmers' Market on Karl-August-Platz

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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Fruit and veggies from organic production, Neuland meat and a large array of flowers (some are even edible!) attract the customers to Charlottenburg’s Karl-August-Platz. The offer gets completed with cheese, sausage and meat, mushrooms and antipasti.

The markets is used to seeing between 40 – 100 vendors and there are a lot of interesting things to discover there: one of them being the potato variety “Linda” – indredibly hard to find -, lavender, exclusive chocolates or fresh pasta. Add to that mediterranean specials like flatbread, olives, olive oil and goat cheese.

A real insiders’ tip from Top10 Berlin: swing by the store Pestodealer Berlin nearby (Goethestraße 34) to get the right sauce for your fresh pasta!

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Editors Rating

Value for Money
4.5

Market Variety
4.3

Farmers' Market Atmosphere
4

Market Size
4

Total
4.2

Address

Karl-August-Platz, 1, 10627, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Charlottenburg

Info

Business Hours

Wednesday

08:00 am - 01:00 pm

Saturday

08:00 am - 02:00 pm

Important information

What can you expect there?

Fruit, veggies (often organic and regional), lots of potato varieties, large selection of flowers, meat, sausages, fish, cheese, eggs, egg pasta, bread, baked goods, flatbread, Turkish spreads, olives, antipasti, dried fruit, honey, chocolate, oils, clothes, jewellery, snack stalls with soups, Bratwurst, falafel and shawarma, mobile coffee and espresso bar

Number of Market Stalls

40 (winter) to 100 (summer)

Parking

Difficult

Approach