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Prenzlauer Berg is a district belonging to the Pankow administrative area, after being independent from 1920 to 2001. It is famous for its “Altbau” buildings, the classic high-ceiling and wooden floor German style. Most of the economy in the area is driven by medium-sized businesses, and only recently, with the Internet Boom, various web service providers have also settled down here. In the side streets, far from the main traffic arteries, a number of small boutiques, galleries and art shops flourished.
With more than 600 premises, the gastronomy in Prenzlauer Berg seems to have an almost unlimited potential. The density peak is around Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzkiez. Prices are good for all pockets, ranging from sophisticated restaurants to delicious street-food options. In general, Indian and Asian cuisines are highly recommended. In Knaackstraße Lesendro is the only restaurant with Montenegrin roots to serve fresh fish and other typical creations. As the name suggests, the Pasta & Passione in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg offers the best of the Italian cuisine.
Culture & Leisure
The Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg is a great place to relax and unwind. It was created from the former Oderbruchkippe, and has a total 29 hectares. One of the most important landmarks in Prenzlauer Berg is the water tower. Built in 1877 and still active until 1952, its main current function is now to attract interested visitors.