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1. Kollwitzplatz  

With just 9-minute walk from the theater, you can enjoy the Farmers at the Kollwitzplatz At the market, you'll discover a diverse market offering a wide array of delectable and intriguing products. Most of the food available is sourced from organic farms or crafted using organic ingredients, particularly at the Thursday Öko-Markt from noon until 7pm. At the Saturday Market from 9am until 4pm, don't miss the chance to savor mouthwatering dishes freshly prepared at the stalls. You can indulge in a variety of treats such as fish specialties, Berliner Currywurst, falafel, crepes, oysters, and champagne. Additionally, the market boasts an enticing selection of fashion accessories, including clothing, scarves, hats, bags, jewelry, and much more for you to explore and purchase. Besides the market, you’ll also find a wide array of cafés, restaurants, and stores. 


2. Kulturbrauerei 

The Kulturbrauerei is a vibrant cultural complex housed within a historic brewery. This iconic venue offers a rich blend of entertainment, arts, and dining experiences. Visitors can explore its atmospheric courtyards, where you'll find theaters, cinemas, galleries, and a diverse range of restaurants and bars. The Kulturbrauerei hosts a myriad of events, from concerts and film screenings to art exhibitions and festivals, making it a must-visit destination for anyone looking to immerse themselves in Berlin's cultural scene. Don't miss the chance to soak up the unique atmosphere and creativity that thrives within these historic walls. It’s just 9 minutes walk from Pferfferberg Theater.  We


We list some of the options for you: 

  • Museum in der Kulturbrauerei  

  • Street Food Market(Sunday from 12pm until 6pm) 

  • Night Clubs (Soda Club, Alte Kantine, Frannz Club, and others) 

3. Friedhof Schönhauser Allee 

Just 4-minute walk from the theater, you already can find the Jewish graveyard at Schönhauser Allee 25, 10435 Berlin. The Friedhof Schönhauser Allee is a historic cemetery located in the heart of Berlin, Germany. This serene and picturesque burial ground is known for its tranquil atmosphere and lush green surroundings. It offers a peaceful escape from the bustling city and is a place of reflection and contemplation. The cemetery is adorned with beautifully crafted tombstones and statues, showcasing the city's rich history and culture. Visitors to the festival can take a leisurely stroll through this peaceful oasis, appreciating its unique blend of nature and artistry. 


4. Mauerpark  

Mauerpark Flea Market situated in Berlin, is a dynamic urban park with a rich history. It's a bustling hub of culture and creativity, known for its vibrant Sunday flea market and open-air karaoke sessions. This lively green space is perfect for picnics, leisurely walks, and people-watching. As you explore, you'll encounter street food vendors, local artists, and musicians who add to the park's unique charm. Mauerpark also offers stunning views of the Berlin Wall's remnants and provides a wonderful opportunity to soak in the city's diverse and lively atmosphere. The Mauerprak is a great option for those who are going to spend the Sunday in Berlin or had a late drive home. From Pfefferberg, you can reach the park in 15 minutes walk. We hope the weather will be sunny! 

5. Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg 

Water Tower in Prenzlauer Berg nestled in the heart of Berlin, is a historic water tower that stands as a symbol of the neighborhood's rich heritage. This beautifully restored architectural gem now houses a cultural center and art gallery in the summer. Visitors can explore its unique blend of history and contemporary art exhibitions while enjoying panoramic views of Berlin from the tower's elevated platform. The surrounding park provides a peaceful escape in the midst of the city, making Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg a must-visit destination for those seeking a glimpse into the past and a taste of Berlin's artistic present – and it’s just a 10-minute walk from the Pferfferberg. If you need a break and want to get some fresh air, it might be worth taking a look at this historic Prenzlauer Berg landmark. 

6. Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer 

Berlin Wall Memorial on the Bernauer Str. 111, 13355 Berlin is an open air historical exhibition.The memorial is a poignant memorial dedicated to the history of the Berlin Wall. This solemn site offers a powerful and educational experience, allowing visitors to reflect on the division of Germany during the Cold War. The preserved sections of the Wall, watchtowers, and informative exhibits provide insight into this significant period of history. Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer serves as a reminder of the city's reunification and the enduring importance of peace and unity. It's a place to pay homage to those affected by the Wall's existence and to gain a deeper understanding of Berlin's past. To reach the memorial, you can get the U2 or Tram 10. It’s around 17 minutes ride or a 22 minute-walk from Pfefferberg. 


7. Platz des 9. November 1989 + Bösebrücke 

The Opening and Fall of the Berliner Wall on Bornholmer Str. 61, 10439 Berlin is an open-air historical exhibition and a historic square that marks a pivotal moment in German history. It was here that the Berlin Wall was breached on that fateful night in 1989, leading to the reunification of East and West Germany. Adjacent to the square is the Bösebrücke, the iconic bridge where the first border crossing took place. Today, this area serves as a symbol of unity and freedom. Visitors can explore the commemorative plaques, monuments, and the preserved section of the Wall, all while reflecting on the remarkable events that unfolded here and their profound impact on Germany's and Europe's history. From Pfefferberg Theater it takes 24 minutes by U2.  

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