What to do in Prenzlauer Berg? My guests always ask me. Luckily for them, that I am working on a BertaBerlin map for Prenzlauer Berg Map right now. It takes a lot of time to discover and test all the places, but here you have my Top 5 activities of Prenzlauer Berg. If you want to find more hidden gems of the German capital, pick a map in my shop.
Discover the universe and explore the stars! Under its huge dome it offers 360° planetarium programmes where scientific findings are presented in an entertaining and artistic setting.
Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), +49 30 42 18 45 10, www.planetarium.berlin, Station: S8, S41, S42, S85 Prenzlauer Allee
The Berlin Wall Memorial is a central site in the remembrance of a divided Germany. Bernauer Straße became a symbol of Berlin‘s division upon the Wall‘s construction on August 13, 1961. The street shows especially poignant traces of the division.
Bernauer Straße 111, 13355 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), www.berliner-mauer-gedenkstaette.de, Station: U8 Bernauer Straße
Berlin’s most legendary street market invites you to get lost each Sunday. If you feel like munching, there’s an amazing vegan gyros stand called “Eat Up”. On other sunny days, Mauerpark is a great spot to chill on the grassy hills or listen to the street musicians. Check out “Sonntagskaraoke am Mauerpark” as every Sunday Berliners visit the Mauerpark to enjoy the karaoke-performances.
Bernauer Straße 63–64, 13355 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), www.flohmarktimmauerpark.de, Station: U8 Bernauer Straße, Sundays 9:00–18:00
Powerful, vibrant, down to earth. Spiritual but also playful. At Y4ALL they practice a dynamic and fun form of Vinyasa Flow Yoga. Give it a try and enter zen mode. This studio is also recommended on my YogaBerlin map.
Greifswalderstraße 9, 10405 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), +49 162 59 58 755, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.y4all.com, Station: U2 Senefelderplatz
Officially, this fenced-in climbing area of the Alpine Club of Berlin may only be used by members, however, this doesn’t keep people from climbing over the fence.
Kopenhagener Straße Ecke, Schwedter Straße, 10119 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), Station: U2, S41, S42, S8, S9, S85 Schönhauser Allee
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