Prenzlauer Berg is the neighborhood of Berlin where it is more frequent to see young families pushing carts with children in any corner. In addition to a large number of health food shops, there are also cafes and many great restaurants. Kollwitzplatz square is one of the favorite places of the locals to spend the weekend. There you'll also find the famous Mauerpark, where you can sing, play basketball, visit the second hand market or just chill under the sun. Another of the busiest places is Kastanienalle, where there is enough atmosphere at night in its bars. At night go for Kulturbrauerei or Pfefferberg to go dancing or just have a beer with friends.
Prenzlauer Berg is just 13 minutes from Alexanderplatz (U2), 25 minutes from the University of Humboldt (tram, metro or bus), 35 minutes from the Technical University of Berlin (tram and S7) and 55 minutes From the stop at the Free University of Berlin.
Studying in Berlin is a truly international experience. Students from all over the world concentrate in the German capital and form an incredible, multi-cultural environment. At the same time, the city is also the best place to immerse yourself in German culture, and its local diversity.
Berlin is a lively, vivid city that is constantly evolving with new trends. Berlin is also a great city for young entrepreneurs. After all, it is Europe’s startup capital! Here, students can participate and contribute in several ambitious projects at the same time as they study.
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