Prenzlauer Berg is now one of the most alive, interesting, culturally vibrant of Greater Berlin, the one born after the reunification of the two ermanie. Young couples, intellectuals, and the trend, have chosen to live there, and also from the tourist point of view, the neighborhood, not without its appeal, as the residential center of Wohnstadt Carl Legien (protected by UNESCO), the Planetarium “Carl Zeiss”, or Mauerpark, a large green area, built where once was the former Berlin Wall. So, a visit to visit, to walk in walk, can be useful to write down some addresses, please tell those of Bang Bang Berlin.
Cafe Morgenrot: Not happen every day to get in a cafe that promises a political and cultural debate on the facts of today, along with a trade fair trade coffee. But the Cafe Morgenrot collectives left undertake to promote equality and dialogue beyond divisions. But it is not only challenging speeches, but also ethical menu, coming right up to the vegans. From Friday to Sunday buffet that customers can pay from 5 to 9 euros depending on how much they can afford, as if to say, accessible to all. Continue reading “Three bars to enjoy the Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin”