In this centre of the old West, you will find a new-style shopping mall but also department store KaDeWe and wonderful (photography) museums.
An original part of the Old East, with most techno clubs, street art and anarchists on the streets.
Kreuzberg 36 & Nordwesten
The hipper part of Kreuzberg where you can dance by the water and eat at one of the street food markets. There are also fine museums.
A quiet part of the district to stroll around among the old trees and imagine yourself in a pre-war Berlin for a while.
Most of the famous sights are in this district, from Brandenburg Gate to Reichstag, Museumsinsel and Fernsehturm.
Here you will find creativity and space: a rooftop bar on top of a boring shopping mall and an old airport in the middle of the city.
This child-rich neighbourhood is dotted with parks, playgrounds, organic farmers' markets, terraces and plenty of restaurants.
The heart of queer Berlin with many shops, cafés and galleries. Stroll around the main market or browse around an antique shop.
Seeking artists and poor students are increasingly flocking to this up-and-coming neighbourhood. Fun bars and art initiatives follow.
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