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Visit Berlin's best Neighborhoods

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Visit Berlin's best Neighborhoods

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Mitte (which translates to "middle") is the central neighborhood of Berlin. It holds most of the city's top attractions, and many tourists never leave this kiez (neighborhood) as there is enough here to fill several days in the city
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Mitte
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Mitte (which translates to "middle") is the central neighborhood of Berlin. It holds most of the city's top attractions, and many tourists never leave this kiez (neighborhood) as there is enough here to fill several days in the city
Kreuzberg is among Berlin’s most multicultural Kreuzberg is among Berlin’s most multicultural neighborhoods. A perfect blend of hipster cafés and urban grit, Kreuzberg offers a wealth of activities, whether you’re after third-wave coffee and a sumptuous Turkish meal or would like to learn more about Berlin’s history.. A perfect blend of hipster cafés and urban grit, Kreuzberg offers a wealth of activities, whether you’re after third-wave coffee and a sumptuous Turkish meal or would like to learn more about Berlin’s history.
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Kreuzberg
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Kreuzberg is among Berlin’s most multicultural Kreuzberg is among Berlin’s most multicultural neighborhoods. A perfect blend of hipster cafés and urban grit, Kreuzberg offers a wealth of activities, whether you’re after third-wave coffee and a sumptuous Turkish meal or would like to learn more about Berlin’s history.. A perfect blend of hipster cafés and urban grit, Kreuzberg offers a wealth of activities, whether you’re after third-wave coffee and a sumptuous Turkish meal or would like to learn more about Berlin’s history.
Formerly a neighborhood in East Berlin, Friedrichshain has an alternative and artistic vibe. Tourists are often attracted to the area’s famous GDR-era relics, including the longest surviving stretch of the Berlin Wall, the East Side Gallery, and the socialist boulevard, Karl-Marx-Allee. However, the artsy neighborhood is also known for its punk-locals, artistic collectives and for housing Berlin’s most rambunctious nightlife. With so much on offer, we’ve broken down the top 10 things to do in Berlin’s artsy hub.
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Friedrichshain
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Formerly a neighborhood in East Berlin, Friedrichshain has an alternative and artistic vibe. Tourists are often attracted to the area’s famous GDR-era relics, including the longest surviving stretch of the Berlin Wall, the East Side Gallery, and the socialist boulevard, Karl-Marx-Allee. However, the artsy neighborhood is also known for its punk-locals, artistic collectives and for housing Berlin’s most rambunctious nightlife. With so much on offer, we’ve broken down the top 10 things to do in Berlin’s artsy hub.
Neukölln is an attractive borough for more reasons than can be counted. Its revival has occurred so rapidly even Google Maps can’t always keep up with its faster-than-the-speed-of-light progress. Countless vegan cafés and spritely hybrid stores dot the once uninhabited streets, sandwiched between kebab shops and laundromats. Keeping up with the traditions of the rest of Berlin, what was once abandoned has been recycled into something distinctive, imaginative, and irresistible to explore. Here is a list of unmissable details in the Neukölln narrative.
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Neukölln
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Neukölln is an attractive borough for more reasons than can be counted. Its revival has occurred so rapidly even Google Maps can’t always keep up with its faster-than-the-speed-of-light progress. Countless vegan cafés and spritely hybrid stores dot the once uninhabited streets, sandwiched between kebab shops and laundromats. Keeping up with the traditions of the rest of Berlin, what was once abandoned has been recycled into something distinctive, imaginative, and irresistible to explore. Here is a list of unmissable details in the Neukölln narrative.
Prenzlauer Berg is a distinct area in Berlin – historically a playground for many sides of the social spectrum. In a post-wall world, it acted as a hot spot for 90s bohemian youth, and today, as it slowly but surely becomes more gentrified, you’ll find young professionals sipping coffee in hipster cafés. Read Culture Trip’s guide of what not to miss in this charming area.
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Prenzlauer Berg
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Prenzlauer Berg is a distinct area in Berlin – historically a playground for many sides of the social spectrum. In a post-wall world, it acted as a hot spot for 90s bohemian youth, and today, as it slowly but surely becomes more gentrified, you’ll find young professionals sipping coffee in hipster cafés. Read Culture Trip’s guide of what not to miss in this charming area.