Prenzlauer Berg Attractions, Berlin
The Kollwitzplatz is a unique and characterful market square in Prenzlauer Berg, surrounded by original shop fronts, cozy cafés and lively locals. This area is one of the top attractions in Prenzlauer Berg for those looking to dine out, as it is highly saturated with great restaurants and bars. Every Thursday there is an ‘eco market’ set up in the square, where visitors can browse organic food and hand crafted goods. Whether you are looking for vegetables, clothing or jewellery – you’ll find it at the market.
Whenever the sun comes out in Prenzlauer Berg, the entire neighbourhood tends to flock towards Mauerpark. Far from your typical park, this hotspot combines traditional park activities with flea markets, street art and even live music. Whether you wish to get some exercise, have a snack or kick off an evening out with friends – Mauerpark is the place to do it. Its diversity is exactly what makes it one of the top attractions in Berlin. On a sunny weekend, grab a few friends, some barbecue food, and enjoy a lazy afternoon playing Frisbee or enjoying some cold drinks.
An incredibly popular attraction during the summer months, Prater Garten is Prenzlauer Berg’s pride and joy. The beer garden is filled with giant bench-like tables to encourage sociable drinking, and is accentuated with twinkling lights that frame the garden once the sun goes down. The perfect spot to drink with friends or work colleagues during the warmer months – Prater Garten is both a local and a tourist favourite.