Most famous park in Prenzlauer Berg, mostly known and adored because of its flea market and the  Sunday Mauerpark karaoke.

If you are taking a walk in  Pberg on a sunny day in this area,  don’t be surprised if you get hit by a bike, car or trempled by the enthusiastic crowd.

It’s a madness that happens during the day, rather sober (although everybody is of course drinking beers all day long- in Berlin beer doesn’t count as alcohol). When you enter (if you make it) you get surrounded by street musicians (some of them are actually brilliant) and all fashionistas of the world, most of them have a smile on their faces but  sometimes a grimace of disgust and despise that expresses their thinking:WHO ARE ALL THESE PEOPLE, I HATE THEM, LET’S BURN THEM.

But after a beer everybody’s satisfied, even if trampled.
Also it’s worth to visit it because of some stands with fresh bread, juice, falafel, frozen yogurt and delicious cakes..

Try to check out the flea market, sometimes it’s really worth it even if you feel like you are in a tuna fish can.

Flea market offers you everything from bikes, to used clothes, through designer clothes (they’re really nice and cost less than in the boutique , chairs, tables, radios, jewellery, shoes, tons of old cameras and well, anything you can think of.



Julia Duboski
Berlin should be my second name- i like my name too much, however,Berlin is the love of my life. If I leave it than only to have a love affair with another place, but I'll come back. From rock n roll dives to posh champagne bars , open airs, flea markets, bookstores, concept stores, caffes etc- i ve been (almost) everywhere. It's an electric city powered by thousands of different, creative people and it offers infinite cultural possibilities. If u won't fall in love in Berlin like i did, don't miss your chance for a fling at least..