As winter sets in across northern Europe, temperatures have driven many cities indoors. Berliners, though, are notorious for spending their Sundays at the flea markets; taking on rain, snow and everything in between. But shopping is rarely, if ever, the aim of attending — the markets are the city’s center point for music, food and fashion.
At recent weekend markets, residents of the German capital sported different variations of the long trench and opted for bright, eye-popping accessories — something of an anomaly for Berlin’s typically dark attire.
From the small markets of Friedrichshain to the sprawling grounds of Prenzlauer Berg’s Mauerpark, Sundays in Berlin never fail in catering to locals’ penchant for fresh air and fashion.