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The area of Berlin known as Prenzlauer Berg has been the focal point
for many an adventuring soul, ever since the Berlin Wall was torn down by
Gorbachev many years ago. The wall that separated two countries that
for centuries were one has now been destroyed, and the merging of the
east and the west has made for a great place for adventurers to come
The common currency that's transferred in Prenzlauer Berg
is the Euro. This has been the leading economic unit and
has overtaken the Mark as the favored currency accepted. This is great news for most people as they come to visit and take
part in all the events that make Berlin a wonder city of the world.
Young and Hip
The younger crowd and the artful sector have descended upon the
borough of Prenzlauer Berg, and have made the community a Bohemia of
sorts. The best way to experience this fantastic feeling of fun and
excitement is to book a room at one of the many hostels in the
area. Berlin is well known for the many hostels that offer up a night's
stay for the weary traveler, as well as a good night’s sleep. One of the
best and most well-known hostels in Prenzlauer Berg is managed by
Immobilrenscout. The goal of any good hostel and hostel
managing firm is to get the rooms rented and the keep the guests happy.
Much Needed and Practical Information
The electrical outlets in all of Europe are 110-115 volt. This will
not allow any electrical appliances that are wired to 120-volts, such as
from the US, to operate. The risk of fire and electrocution are too high,
so the best bet is to purchase an adapter. This will allow the western
120-volt appliances to be plugged into the European 110-volt
The average resident in Prenzlauer Berg is a professional,
young, and single. This is the Bohemian sector and the arts and crafts
“unnies” are living here as well.
The language that is most spoken in Prenzlauer Berg is a real close toss-up. German is the traditional language, yet with the popularity of English and the growth of easy air travel, English is rivaling Deutch as the top language in the berg. This makes for some great benefits for all American travelers, at least in savings for a German-English dictionary.