Prenzlauer Berg Bezirk is a city in Germany, with around 148.9 thousand inhabitants. Lemi has 1 lists with places in Prenzlauer Berg Bezirk.
3 days ago
While many of Berlin's U-Bahn stations have plain designs, the colorful mosaics at Paulsternstrasse (named after a local pub owner) really pop off the walls!
21 days ago
Standing tall as a neighbourhood staple is Café µ. A small minimalist cafe where you find locals getting their coffee fix for the day, they’re also known for serving delicious dessert selections—and some are even vegan! Café µ is highly suggested for slow work days to match its cozy atmosphere. Do your work in a pleasant environment that pushes you to be productive without feeling the pressure!
22 days ago
Quality and sustainability is what R/D Coffee Bar continuously offers to its guests. Because of their excellent coffee, it’s always packed with young professionals creating their next big project! This coffee house also has one of the best sound systems, giving everyone a memorable and pleasant experience. Co-working options are also available, so you can create a home for you and your team while developing your startup!
23 days ago
Productivity is contagious—and being the four-floor cafe and co-working space that Betahaus is, anyone who steps inside will definitely get a lot of work done. If you’re not ready to commit to a monthly fee yet, they give their guests a one-day free trial. Enjoy the privilege and convenience of having an in-house mini restaurant and cafe while taking advantage of the conducive workspace!
24 days ago
Grinding ’til the wee hours is typical for most people working remotely. It’s a good thing Michelberger Hotel Cafe & Bar caters to night owls! They have plenty of spots to choose from, from comfortable sofas with great lighting to seats by the courtyard bathed in natural sunlight. Aside from being a reliable workplace, they offer a vibrant nightlife by bringing in guest DJs and musicians every Friday and Saturday evening.
25 days ago
Step into this beautiful space that was once a post office and a house music club! Before Hallesches Haus Cafe became a hive for Berlin locals, the place went through crucial renovations that turned it into what it is today. Grab a seat, relax, and take in the delicious coffee. Don’t forget to check out the keepsakes they sell, too. They have succulents, books, and many other specialty items for sale!
a month ago
Pioneers of St. Oberholz have watched this space turn into one of Berlin’s most frequented hubs for techies. As you enter, you will be welcomed with the smell of roasting coffee beans and the sound of clicking keyboards. Whether you’re in the mood to drink wine while creating your big project or a cup of cappuccino to get that jolt of energy, St. Oberholz caters to all types of workers.
a month ago
Find inspiration and get your work done at Westberlin’s creative space and cafe. Take in the chic Scandinavian decor and settle in as you browse their collection of interesting magazines and books, available for you to read and/or purchase to spark your creative juices. There are healthy snack and drink options to fuel you throughout your work day as well. Their classic Flat White is always worth a try, best paired with a crowd favorite Cheesecake!
a month ago
A blend of kawaii and coffee, this quirky cafe along Pannierstrasse is the brainchild of two friends who share a mutual love for coffee and a desire to share their culture to the people of Berlin. The result is Two and Two, a charming fusion of those two interests. Satisfy your thirst with an Iced Latte while browsing through their unique collection of Japanese stationery, which may come in handy while you work. You can even take home the Two and Two coffee experience with you when you buy the coffee-making equipment they sell in-house!
3 months ago
The Germans are great at engineering, right? Berlin's new national capital airport was supposed to open in 2012. Six billion euros later, the concourses, runways and baggage carousels lie empty. After the reunification of East and West Germany, building new infrastructure in Berlin was a priority, and politicians wanted to replace the aging Tempelhof, Tegel and Schoenefeld with a new mega-airport. What followed was a saga of poor management, politicians getting involved in engineering decisions and several redesigns to account for new aircraft types and low-cost airlines. As the budget spiralled out of control, it was found that the fire suppression system for the whole airport didn't work properly. Eventually more than half a million faults were found. The new opening date is October 2020, but few Berliners will believe that!
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