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- Brandenburg Gate
- Potsdamer Platz
- Olympic Stadium
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Zoo
- Messe Berlin
- Hackescher Markt
- Museum Island (Museumsinsel)
- Mercedes-Benz Arena
- Reichstag Building
- Deutsche Oper Berlin
- Estrel Convention Center
What you should know about Prenzlauer Berg
One of Berlin's more traditional neighborhoods, Prenzlauer Berg is full of picturesque streets, old apartment buildings, designer boutiques and outdoor cafes. It also has a large population of English speakers and young families. Visitors young and old will find something in Prenzlauer Berg but families and older couples and friends will better enjoy the quiet laid back vibe of this neighborhood. Hotels in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin will make sure guests have an easygoing, comfortable visit to Berlin. Hotels.com is the best place to find the best hotels, with a wide range of savings as well as the areas top locations. And our real reviews by Hotels.com guests help pinpoint the best places so our guests know exactly which ones fit into their booking needs.
What's Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin Like?
Prenzlauer Berg's streets are lined with cafes and shops. It's a peaceful spot full of side streets perfect for browsing a diverse range of shops, from artwork to antiques to children's clothing to English books. The local Volkspark is quite big and offers shady secluded respite on a sunny warm day. Meanwhile, Mauerpark harkens back to the days when the neighborhood was full of alternative clubs and squats. While the park itself is nothing special and often overcrowded, there is a huge second hand market that includes food stalls and an outdoor space where younger crowds gather to watch and partake in some entertaining karaoke. Cafe culture thrives in this neighborhood, largely due to a big portion of parents with young children and on weekends it's hard to find one that isn't crowded with parents, young kids, and young professionals. Hotels in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin are a great place to have quiet stay while exploring Germany's diverse capital.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Berlin
Due to the overwhelming number of English speaking expats in the area, English is widely heard. However, some basic German will still come in handy when venturing into shops. The area is largely residential and family oriented. Don't expect to find many late night spots around the neighborhood and it's not the place to go for a rowdy night out. In Berlin, most people get around by bike and that is especially true of Prenzlauer Berg when the other neighborhoods are further away. Hotels.com makes a visit to hotels in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin even more enjoyable through our easy searching and booking. We show our guests the best hotels at the best savings and let them explore even further with real reviews from our real guests.
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