The little street market on Maybachufer in Kreuzberg (Neukölln? Whatever) is somewhat of an institution around the Kiez. Every Tuesday and Friday, the little stands come to life to bring the visitors a variety of fresh produce, an assortment of textile and some other stuff. It’s perfect for buying your weekly vegetables! The market is always packed, and the Turkish vendors are always shouting prices of tomatoes or apples in your ear. You get your stuff cheaper if you buy by the kilo, promise!
Nobody calls the market by its official name though. It’s the “turkish market” or “Türkenmarkt” because of the many Turkish specialities. Located right at the Landwehrkanal, the market is a good excuse to go out for a walk, even when it’s cold. A pro-tip: go late and you might get away cheaper, and never stop dealing for a better price!