WELCOME IN PRENZLAUER BERG
As a cosmopolitan, international district Prenzlauer Berg welcome the summer visitors and tourists - no matter where in the world they come from. In hotels, hostels and private accommodations they will find a place for the night. On the shopping streets, at the historical places and in the bars and cafes they like to be greeted. Whats most beautiful in Prenzlauer Berg? Welcome at the best places, in the mysterious streets and most beautiful areas of the scene-district. A summery guide for visitors and locals.
ARCHITECTURE. Prenzlauer Berg has the largest contiguous residential area from the end of the 19th century. Especially nice are the Winsstraße and the Hufelandstraße and the area
are around the Teutoburger Platz. For some chic and recently listed: The resulting in the 80s block district in Thälmannpark.
ICE CREAM. Good, homemade ice cream, there are many small ice cream parlors, among others on the Marienburger Straße, in the Bötzowstraße and Stargarder Straße. Completely vegan is the ice on the Hufelandstraße.
HIGHLIGHT. At the Kollwitz place is the water tower, the landmark of Prenzlauer Berg. The area around the built in 1875 and now used as an art and living room Rundling one of the liveliest and most beautiful in the district.
HISTORY. The Jewish synagogue in the Rykestraße tells of former Jewish life. The Gethsemane Church in Stargarder Straße is the place of peaceful demonstrations in the autumn of
1989. On Bernauer Straße and in the Mauerpark the history of German division and reunification through walks, charts and eyewitness has experienced.
CHILDREN. If you are traveling with children, you find in Prenzlauer Berg an extensive infrastructure - from parent-child cafes on nice playgrounds and children's cinema through to multilingual nannies.
CULTURE. The Kulturbrauerei combined party, cinema, theater and museum at one location. Comedy Theatre is in Pfefferberg, off-theater in the Ballhaus Ost and the Theater unterm Dach. A beautiful independent cinema is the Lichtblick in Kastanienallee. In the Filmcafe at Helmholtzplatz you can watch movies during breakfast.
LABELS. Made in Prenzlauer Berg is so many: fashion, art and crafts, literature. For quick enjoyment there Prenzlauer Berg beer in Pfefferbräu and Prenzlauer Berg wine around the
LIFE /SCENE. The most prominent nightlife district is the Quartier around the Kollwitzplatz. Restaurants and bars of different styles, there are also at Helmholtzplatz.
Everyday life, typical Prenzlauer Berg is to be found on the Kollwitzplatz with its weekly Eco- or Fresh Market (Thursday and Saturday), the Arnswalder Platz and the Teutoburg Platz. Young, sporty life there is the Platz an der Marie. Music, art and internationality in Mauerpark.
SHOPPING. Fashion Labels stores, chic shops with accessories and all sorts of bells and whistles found on the Kastanienallee, on the Stargarder Straße and in Kollwitz- and Bötzow
district. Chance and hid there are antique shops. Delicacies from around the world and Handmade artwork among others around the Kulturbrauerei, the water tower and the Arnswalder Platz. Is
especially true for the shops and stores: change quickly. Longing to discover and stroll into the unknown so worthwhile.
SUMMER GARDENS. The most beautiful beer garden, the Prater, is the oldest beer garden in Berlin. High above the Schönhauser Allee is perched in Pfefferberg beer garden.
LANGUAGE. The typical Berlinerisch you hardly hear in Prenzlauer Berg. For this is the area of many newcomers from around the world. In addition to German mainly English,
French, Spanish and Italian is spoken.
TRAFFIC. Prenzlauer Berg can roam on foot. The U2 takes you from Alex up Schönhauser Allee. Who rises Prenzlauer Allee Schönhauser Allee or in the circle line S 41 / S 42, can completely circumnavigate Berlin once.
FACTS & FIGURES
Prenzlauer Berg is a young municipality with 156,738 inhabitants to 10.9 m2. It consists of 15 districts. The most famous of them are the Kollwitz district, the Helmholtz district and Bötzow district. In Prenzlauer Berg numerous celebrities from politics, culture and social life, including Thomas Gottschalk, Wolfgang Thierse, Daniel Brühl, Axel Prahl. Who goes attentively through the streets, can meet them and other celebrities.