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- Brandenburg Gate
- Potsdamer Platz
- Olympic Stadium
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Zoo
- Messe Berlin
- Hackescher Markt
- Museum Island (Museumsinsel)
- Mercedes-Benz Arena
- Reichstag Building
- Deutsche Oper Berlin
- Estrel Convention Center
What you should know about Kreuzberg
Centrally located on the south side of Berlin's Spree River, Kreuzberg is a major cultural and artistic center in Berlin. A long time hot spot for Berlin's alternative crowd, Kreuzberg has a thriving hip scene that makes it the first stop for young visitors, while older couples, groups and families are close to some of Berlin's best attractions. The neighborhood presents an eclectic scene while offering a broad range of things to see and do. There are picturesque streets lined with boutiques, popular street art destinations, Turkish outdoor markets, crowded cafes, Checkpoint Charlie, and leftover clubbers hanging around the canal. Hotels.com gives guests the inside scoop on hotels in Kreuzberg, Berlin. We make sure our guests have the best booking experience, giving them a good look at all the available locations and prices and then letting them see what real guests have to say about each hotel.
What's Kreuzberg, Berlin Like?
The western end of Kreuzberg is more peaceful and shows off a more traditional West-Berlin side of the neighborhood. Here one can find tree lined streets with beautiful historical apartment buildings. Across the canal is Checkpoint Charlie and the Jewish Museum, making this immediate area the most touristy in the neighborhood. On the east side, where the Berlin Wall once hedged in the district, lies the party soul of Kreuzberg. The young international crowd frequent the grubby Görlitzer Park along with the many bars and cafes lining the surrounding streets. Meanwhile the large weekly Turkish Market along the canal reveals a deeply rooted Turkish community. Hotels in Kreuzberg, Berlin offer a great mix of choices that meet every travelers interests and budgets.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Kreuzberg, Berlin
Kreuzberg has one of the youngest and most international communities in Berlin. Most locals will easily switch to English even when visitors try to speak to them in German. However, many Turkish locals only speak German so knowing some basic German phrases will be useful. The heart of Kreuzberg, around Oranienstrasse, is party central during the summer when several festivals gather along this stretch creating a huge block party with music, dancing and drinking. The canal is a great place to escape to on a nice day with locals sunbathing and drinking there. The best way to enjoy this neighborhood is by bike as there are excellent bike lanes and it offers a unique perspective of the sites. Hotels.com takes visitors to the best local spots through the hotels in Kreuzberg, Berlin. We make sure our guest stay within budget and get what they are looking for by showcasing them with real guest reviews.
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