Prenzlauer Berg: hip, young, central.

All around the railway station Eberswalderstraße, in Kastanienallee for example, it’s all on in bars, pubs and out of the ordinary shops both by day and at night. The face of this part of the city is no longer characterised by dilapidated buildings and plattenbaus, but mostly by 4-5 storey older buildings with back courtyards.

In this locality, which Berliners simply call “Prenzlberg”, things are relaxed, peaceful and colourful. A hotchpotch of cultures, generations and social classes live in harmony and exchange.

  • Einwohner 160.127
  • Fläche 10,955 km2

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Refurbished typical Berlin older buildings with beautiful, quiet back courtyards – that’s how people live in Prenzlauer Berg in the neighbourhood between scene life and families.


Prenzlauer Berg borders on the scene districts Mitte and Friedrichshain and is itself a centre of urban lifestyle. The locality is the most densely populated in the capital – and this density characterises the cityscape with a variety of unique shops, bars and restaurants. There’s a well-developed tram network, and various bus and U-bahn lines, but many places are so close together that they are easy to get to on foot or by bike.


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