Berlin Neighborhoods


Friedrichshain, Berlin

With plenty of offbeat bars and dance clubs that have a laid-back but edgy atmosphere, Friedrichshain oozes an alternative, counter-culture vibe. Part of the former East Berlin, Friedrichshain is only now ... more


Mitte, Berlin

Mitte (“Center”) was best known during the Cold War for its three border control points demarcating East and West Berlin, including the infamous Friedrichstraße Crossing Point, a.k.a. “Checkpoint Charlie.” Once the ... more

Prenzlauer Berg

Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

Prenzlauer Berg’s location, sandwiched between Mitte and Friedrichshain, is evident in this neighborhood’s transitional character. Immediately after the fall of the Berlin Wall, squatters, punks, and immigrants ... more

Kreuzberg / Neukölln

Kreuzberg / Neukölln, Berlin

Famous for its nightlife, its leftist politics, and its huge Turkish immigrant population, Kreuzberg – once a part of West Berlin – has always been known as a melting pot of immigrants, fringe groups, and members of ... more

West Berlin

West Berlin, Berlin

The most residential section of the city, West Berlin has a relaxed and affluent vibe unlike the more frenetic areas to the east. However, prices tend to be higher as many of the city’s wealthiest people live in this ... more

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