Prenzlberger Orange Bikes
One of the cheapest bike rentals in town with proceeds going to social projects for kids and youth. Bring passport and €25 deposit.
Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee
Berlin's second Jewish cemetery opened in 1827 and hosts many well-known dearly departed, such as the artist Max Liebermann and the...
Potent java, homemade cakes, and flowers from the attached shop perfume the art-nouveau interior of this corner cafe named for a 1919...
Putting the focus on Alsatian and southern German food, this jewel made headlines when feeding Bill Clinton back in 2000, and thankfully...
Triangular Kollwitzplatz is the epicentre of Prenzlauer Berg gentrification. To pick up on the local vibe, linger with macchiato mamas and media daddies in a street cafe or join them at the farmers' market . The park in the square's centre is tot heaven with three playgrounds plus a bronze sculpture of the artist Käthe Kollwitz for clambering on.