Traditionally a Turkish neighbourhood, Kreuzberg is characterized as artistic, bohemian, trendy and hippie. This fashionable neighbourhood is filled with plenty of fascinating cafes, bars, vintage shops, and music venues that keeps this area awake up till late. Over the course of time, this district has become more gentrified but refuses to lose its defiant roots, which is well reflected its edgy street graffiti and wall paintings that covers everything here. Attracting young people and artists, looking for a creative environment,artsy boutiques and odd nightlife spots, the neighbourhood is perhaps one of the most famous areas of the city.
This former West Berlin neighbourhood is unique in many ways and very well brings together some of the city’s best food, nightlife and entertainment opportunities. During your short-term stay in Kreuzberg you’ll find there are many interesting things to discover about this fascinating part of Berlin City, which are very popular with locals and tourists like hidden courtyards, great food and a lush and spacious Görlitzer Park. Overall, it’s a fabulous place, where the vibe in the public areas is lively and fun. The district is so surprising that at you never know what you'll find round the next corner.
North bordering district, Kreuzberg is home to a great selection of hotels, serviced apartments and other accommodation options. This cool neighbourhood can be a good choice to stay in Berlin as it is easily accessible from the rest of the city yet slightly out from the chaos of touristy Mitte. You can easily find some good hotels, premium apartments and many hostels here, which are located in charming old buildings, catering to all types of tourists. In this trendy district, we offer many attractive serviced apartments and living quarters to cater both leisure as well as corporate travellers. All the apartments are fully-furnished and well-appointed with modern amenities, offering a relaxing stay to our guests. Staying at our premium apartments in Kreuzberg, experience the true delight of living like a local and to understand why the district is so different from other neighbourhoods in Berlin.
Kreuzberg is considered as the cultural centre of this reunified city, popular for its vivacious night life, artistic feel, edginess, alternative scene and counterculture. Since, the area is strongly influenced by its Turkish inhabitants, you’ll find many attractive Jewish sights to see including the Jewish Museum and Checkpoint Charlie. Altogether, the lively culture of Kreuzberg lies in its dramatic history, unique street art, punk lifestyle, oriental markets and exhibitions that are of international status. The neighbourhood reveals a new artistic streak in every street corner. Whether you love idyllic walks along the serene waterside or like to unwind over a drink- visitors will get many options to enjoy during their extended stay in Berlin.
When you're out for shopping at Kreuzberg, you’ll be flooded with great options to shop every type of product that you desire for! Whether it is local market or great shopping stores, the area will offer many shopping opportunities. Visit the Turkish Market that is held on every tuesday and friday, where vendors’ set-up variety of shops along the canal, selling some delicious surprises and unexpected finds. You can also browse the Oranienstrasse avenue which is home to several attractive boutiques to cater to your choice and if you are looking for some vintage collection and second-hand products, the district is filled the arty and eccentric types of stores.
To reach Kreuzberg, head west of the River Spree from central Berlin. This centrally located and well-connected neighbourhood is easily accessible from around the city and is served via excellent transportation network. Board the bus M29 or the Görlitzer Bahnhof or Kottbusser Tor station to access the vibrant stretch of Skalitzer Strasse and Oranienplatz in Kreuzberg. Furthermore, the district is served by many U Bahn and S Bahn train lines and the major stations that will help you to reach here are the Merringdamm in the south and Kottbusser Tor in the north. This sprawling neighbourhood can also be explored on foot. Wandering across the streets of this neighbourhood, would help you find some of the hidden gems.
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