Maybachufer Strasse is a street in Kreuzkolln, a meta-district across the kiez of Kreuzberg and Neukolln. This part of the city is historically a Turkish district full of wonderful shops serving döner kebap and other Turkish specialties.
A Turkish Market located in the heart of Berlin
The Turkish Market is located in the heart of Berlin, just near Kottbusser Tor and to get there you can get either the U1 (Kottbusser Tor Station) or the U8 (Schönleinstrasse Station). The market takes place on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11 AM to 6 PM. All the year.
Here, you can find a lot of stalls selling Turkish foods, spicy, cheeses, fresh vegetables and fruits, and household items, Turkish and not. The peculiarities of the Turkish Market located in Maybachufer is the high convenience. All food products are sold at very low prices, this allows you to buy the food for a week with few euros.
In addition to the specialized Lebensmittel stalls, you can also stumble on kiosks that prepare ready-to-eat foods and typically Turkish snacks such as Börek or the Gözleme. Here, you can also find the best avocados and the best bananas in the city!
While there is much to see and do in Berlin, you won’t regret spending time in this Turkish market and you’ll also bring home amazing and delicious foods. The market is loved by locals and also by tourists, so is always busy. Especially during the summer, it’s not easy to walk between the people, the stalls, the foods, the bikes and the animals (cats, dogs, and birds) that populate this amazing market in Berlin.
The rapid gentrification of this neighborhood shows deep changes among the streets and between people. A plethora of students, creatives and young professionals avoiding higher rents charged in other parts of Berlin has become the new citizens of this kiez. Northern Neukölln and the south of the Kreuzberg area, has become the “Kreuzkölln” as the area becomes increasingly fashionable.
In this video, you can see the famous Maybachufer street over the Landwehr Canal. Here you can spot the wonderful Turkish Market, a lot of people chatting, some lovers kissing under the romantic atmosphere of the river. This is absolutely an amazing place and we fully recommend you to go and take part in the revolutionary life of the Kreuzkölln district.
Without a doubt, Berlin is the magic place to be.
Turkish Market on Maybachufer Tuesdays & Fridays 11:00–18:30
Maybachufer on Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul-Lincke-Ufer
Maybachufer on Map – https://goo.gl/maps/UV8H6a2MYRU2
Turk’s market in Berlin Neukölln – https://www.tuerkenmarkt.de/
Landwehr Canal on Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landwehr_Canal
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