Because of minimal upkeep, the 72-acre People’s Park established on a small hill in Prenzlauer Berg is more wild or natural than most city parks. It’s a perfect location to enjoy a peaceful wilderness walk.
It is customarily quiet here. You will not have to compete with throngs of tourists, or even locals.
A comprehensive network of pleasant walking trails guide you through dense woodlands and a few open grassy areas.
The hilltop location helps provide a cardio workout and a rewarding view.
A large open area is popular for tobogganing when it snows.
The hill in Prenzlauer Berg People’s Park was created with debris from Alexanderplatz transported and dumped here following the war. In 1967 it was landscaped by planting a dense crop of European perennial trees. The trail network was laid out in 1969. 50 years later the trees provide a dense woodland.
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Hohenschönhauser Str. 80
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How to get to Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg by S-Bahn or MetroTram
Nearest S-Bahn or MetroTram Line(s): S8, S41, S42, S85 + Tram M5, M6
Nearest S-Bahn or MetroTram Station(s): S Landsberger Allee
From Landsberger Allee Station take and M5 of M6 Tram for east for 2 stops or walk east on Landsberger Allee and go left on Hohenschonhauser Str.to the first set of stairs into the park (about at 10 minute walk).
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