Things to do in Pankow (Borough)

Top 10 Things to Do in Pankow (Borough), Berlin

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  • germanwithoutsandals
    germany74 contributions
    The worldwide reputation of this area is well deserved. Prenzlauer Berg is a rather large jumble of different neighbourhoods, but they are all interesting, some from an urbanistic point of view, some from a historic and others from a culinary point of view. Some streets are like a more peaceful and greener version of Paris' most walkable and liveable neighbourhoods. The prevailing architecture from the years around 1900 is easy on the eye, but some old East German vestiges provide food for thought and offer heavy contrast.
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • Berry Nguyen
    5 contributions
    the park is one of the most popular places for young residents of Berlin, especially from the fashionable district of Prenzlauer Berg, and attracts basketball players, jugglers, musicians, and many other types of people. It is a crowded leisure ground and a site of sustainable improvised nightlife, especially in the summer, and has also become notorious for Walpurgis Night riots in recent years. There are two stadiums next to the park, including Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark and Max-Schmeling-Halle, home to several of Berlin's local sports teams.
    Written 5 January 2023
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  • Bucko007
    Sudbury, Canada605 contributions
    Visited early in the morning and while it was still very busy, it was not overrun. May good booths. Would have bought stuff but we only have carry on luggage to go home.
    Written 2 October 2022
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  • guusgeurts
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands3 contributions
    Very interesting exhibition of normal daily life during DDR/GDR-times. With also some inspiration for nowadays, against the current neoliberal ratrace overconsumption economy. Nice staff!
    Written 25 January 2023
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  • Lina R
    Berlin, Germany16 contributions
    Good morning time to visit when everything closed due to Corona. Maybe not the best schnitzeles there, but definitely ok with beer and some curry. Good feeling of people around you. Yeah! This is Prenzlau! Waiting for the good sunny weather.
    Written 10 March 2021
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  • Clogs
    Poland2,953 contributions
    Monument to Käthe Kollwitz-Schmidt, productive and prolific artist and sculptor, who left with her works quite a legacy, beloved by Berliners. Her works are spread all over, fro.lm Germany to Belgium. Her monument depicts Käthe at an old age, she was quite objective and honest in her depictions of herself. Nice execution, quite photogenic. The statue gleams where folks climb on top of it for a picture, or just to sit and see what Käthe sees. Nice work.
    Written 3 July 2020
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  • germanwithoutsandals
    germany74 contributions
    Peace of the senses is a certainty in this place, peace of mind isn't. This cemetery is a much better monument to German-Jewish history than the one recalling the Holocaust close to Brandenburger Tor.

    For a start, it was actually build by German Jews, and it reflects the full story since 1800. Instead of the traditional, uniform Jewish tombstones, the architecture of the tombs soon goes full Hohenzollern. Instead of hebrew, the letters are of the Gothic type, and naturally, dates of birth and death are given only in the Christian calendar. This was an age of integration and assimilation. It will be hard to find a cemetery in Germany where a higher percentage of tombstones carries academic titles - doctors and professors everywhere.

    Then comes the mid-twentieth century, and all that splendor is gone. The collective pride gives way to individual despair. Many tombs carry the names of people who have no grave of their own: their family have resorted to adding their names to the family grave, so they have a place to go to mourn them and to bear witness. Yet in some graves, people are buried that have died abroad: while choosing to live the rest of their lives elsewhere, they wanted to be buried with others in their family.

    Finally, the newest graves show another plot twist: many of their tombstones carry cyrillic inscriptions. The integration of the German Jews of the 1800s may look like an illusion, the integration of those emigrated from Russia looks still far away.
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • Mark M
    Berlin, Germany175 contributions
    Tilted, comfy seats. Lots of variation in terms of shows. For kids and adults alike. Huge star projector even disappears into the floor using amazing technology. A Comnunist legacy now very much in the 21st century
    Written 6 August 2019
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  • RBerzanskiene
    Vilnius, Lithuania518 contributions
    My 9 & 11 year old English speaking sons were too big for this museum. After 30 min they said that there is nothing to do for them at this museum. It is interestingly presented activities and in historic building but not for us. We saw only small children on Sunday morning. The price is 7€ per child. Around there are many good places to eat.
    Written 10 March 2019
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  • H2O40
    Oslo, Norway386 contributions
    When it’s hot in Berlin it’s hot. There are several Strandbad in the city too chose between . The price to get in is 5 euro, rent a Sunbed 3 euro. There is a bar and a grill where you can by food. We brought our own picnic. The lake is in a huge park .
    Written 17 July 2018
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  • Ernie H
    Cardiff, UK1,666 contributions
    Has a good mix of shops and is well laid out over three floors. Well maintained and clean. Not the high end shops where you don't spend money but those that you do a daily basis.
    Written 6 November 2019
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  • Menetou
    Paris, France270 contributions
    It is on the outskirts of the city, so not worth a long trip, but if you are in the area, then go.
    You see part of the Wall, and a nice series of panels with emotional pictures and text explaining German history and how the Wall came down first in this place.
    You see the Bridge where the people first crossed.
    Written 28 July 2018
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  • Siri H
    10 contributions
    This is the coolest escaperoom we have ever done! If you like escaperooms you must try The room. The personnel and actors were great.
    Written 21 October 2022
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  • Bluebirdjulez
    28 contributions
    I was here for a gig, simple review.

    Easy to find, close to U-Bahn, friendly & efficient staff, great view, great acoustics.

    Lots of local bars for pre/post-gig.
    Written 24 November 2017
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  • NK6
    India13 contributions
    If you are visiting Berlin...this is on the obligatory must visit list. A peaceful place with atmosphere.
    Written 18 March 2016
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