Stroll through Germany’s best flea markets a holiday weekend can mean a break from the stressful workday. Why not even to use the time to stroll through one of the many German flea markets? The ab-in-den-urlaub.de Internet portal presents the most beautiful German flea markets. The Hanseatic cities in the North of Germany are worth each season a trip. In Bremen, a visit to the flea market on the lawn of the citizens is particularly worthwhile. Every Sunday junk fans can be found here. The assortment ranges from furnishings to stationery. And if it rains, then held the market in covered Hansa Caree.
The Saxon capital of Dresden is also known as the Florence of the East”described. Countless attractions, such as the Dresden Zwinger, the Green vault and the newly built church invite to visit. You can schedule a trip to the flea market at the Albert bridge during a walk along the river Elbe. While between the ancient objects browsing one can enjoy a magnificent view of the passing ships. Berlin attracts every year countless visitors from all over the world.
Besides landmark of German history, the art and culture scene far beyond the borders of the country is known. A visit to the neighborhood flea market on the Arkonaplatz near Schonhauser Allee in the Prenzlauer Berg district is an absolute must. There are lots of funny and weird stuff from the Communist era. More information about flea markets all over Europe: service / press contact: Tilo summer Unister Media barefoot Gasschen 11 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59