Prenzlauer Berg Apartments - Berlin
If Berlin is known for its stylish, offbeat lifestyle, perhaps no area has done more to earn the city this reputation than Prenzlauer Berg. Don’t be fooled by the abundance of stately old buildings – this district is ‘jung und trendy’ to the core. Food-lovers staying in an apartment here will be spoiled by the varied restaurants, while barflies will flock to the many funky pubs and cafés. As for shopaholics, the weekly street markets and unique designer boutiques offer unrivalled shopping experiences. Renting a holiday apartment in Prenzlauer Berg provides the perfect opportunity to dive into the bustle of Berlin’s hippest neighbourhood. Read more
With Prenzlauer Berg as your base, you’ll have many of Berlin’s important monuments on your doorstep, including the Mauerpark, the former location of the Berlin Wall. There is also the Gethsemane Church, and the oldest Water Tower in Berlin – another famous spot on the city’s skyline. Anyone interested in Berlin’s past will find Prenzlauer Berg fascinating. Most of the buildings sprang up before 1905, which makes it a great place for discovering Berlin’s architecture.
The nearby Kastanienallee is one of Berlin’s favourite spots to shop, eat, see and be seen. The avenue is lined with restaurants serving cuisine from Berlin and further afield. It also has plenty of distinctive shops where street-inspired fashion designers display their wares. The plentiful art galleries are proof of Prenzlauer Berg’s artistic reputation. And in the evening, you can head to one of the many chic bars at the "Ecke Schönhauser" ("Schönhauser Corner") to grab a drink and mix with your “jung und trendy” neighbours.
You’ll often hear locals refer to Prenzlauer Berg by its nickname, Prenzlberg. The district occupies a part of the larger Pankow area, located in north-east Berlin. To the south, you’ll find the artistic and student-friendly Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. To the west Prenzlauer Berg conveniently borders Mitte, Berlin’s most central area. The areas of Lichtenburg and Weißensee are also nearby, meaning that you should have no problems getting around the different parts of the city.
Thanks to its location and atmosphere, Prenzlauer Berg is always full of action. Its combination of the old and the new, the historical and the avant-garde, makes renting an apartment here an excellent choice.
We also offer a great selection of apartments in areas surrounding Prenzlauer Berg. Our apartments in Mitte are ideal for those looking to stay right in the city centre. Alternatively we have apartments in Kreuzberg and apartments in Friedrichshain for those looking to experience another side of the German capital.
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