Shopping in Kreuzberg
The Turkish Market:
Running every Tuesday and Friday, this vibrant market is the culmination of the neighbourhood’s Turkish influence. Bringing exotic foods, bright fabrics and much more to the streets, The Turkish Market is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the culture of Kreuzberg and pick up some unique items or unusual ingredients. The market is incredibly popular amongst the Kreuzberg locals, but it is also the perfect place for tourists to find a memorable souvenir. Haggling is encouraged at The Turkish Market, so bring some cash and your negotiation skills for a great day out.
Kreuzberg is one of the coolest parts of Berlin, and as such, it is filled with unique, independent boutiques selling everything from clothes to plants. Hallesches Haus is one of the most popular shopping areas near Kreuzberg, and combines a restaurant, a café and a design store all under one roof. The locals love to visit Hallesches Haus for a coffee before exploring the diverse range of homewares and books, and for tourists it is the perfect place to pick up a unique souvenir.
Frau Tonis Parfum:
There is something delightfully pleasant about visiting a perfume store, and Frau Tonis Parfum has worked to make this experience exceptional. The clean, white interiors act as the perfect backdrop to the beautifully designed perfumes, which you can browse and sample during your time in the store. If you are in the market for a new signature scent, the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Frau Tonis Parfum will help you find the perfect combination for you.