Confortable Altbau apartment in Prenzlauer Berg

Confortable Altbau apartment in Prenzlauer Berg

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Conveniently located directly in front of the lively Volkspark Friedrichshain (I love to say that it stays to Berlin as Central Park stays to New York) the flat is located in between the best areas in Berlin. With its 74 mq, large bedroom and bath, airy living room and fully furnished kitchen it is the ideal place to stay in Berlin.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Found in the former East Berlin, north-east of Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg became a hub for young West Berliners after the wall fell. They squatted in buildings and led artsy, bohemian lifestyles. In the last decade or so, these Berliner beatniks have grown up and earned a little money. This, together with general investment in improving the old East German buildings, has led to the gentrification of the area on a wide scale.

Prenzlauer Berg, or ‘PB’, is a laidback neighbourhood. As well as the original post-reunification residents, it’s becoming a popular place for former Kreuzberg trendies to move to in order to have a family. Prenzlauer Berg is famous in Berlin for its higher birth rates than elsewhere in the city. Given this, the locals (with children in tow) are slightly older than the young hipsters of trendier neighbourhoods like Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, but the district maintains a fun-loving vibe nevertheless. PB has its fair share of famous faces from the art world too, including the likes of film director Tom Tykwer (The International, Cloud Atlas) and singer-songwriter Dirk von Lowtzow of Rammstein. These wealthier residents means it’s a locality pocked with organic shops and health clubs, wine bars, eateries and family-friendly things to do.

Buzzy restaurants
Umami, Ushido, Osman's Tochter, Omoni, Alt Wien
Cozy cafés
ABC, 5 Elephant, Jubel

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