Neukoelln, located in South Berlin, is a cultural hub in this richly historic city. A suburban district with a comparatively slower pace of live, Neukolln features blooming parks, picturesque paths and inspiring architecture whilst maintaining close links to Mitte on the metro. Schönefeld Airport is a particularly handy 10-minute taxi ride away.
The Britzergarten offers over 90 hectares of well-manicured gardens, streams and lakes, making for an enjoyable picnic spot to enjoy during the summer months. Zum Alten Krug, located in Britzergarten, is the perfect place for finding home-grown German delicacies.
One of the most diverse locales in Berlin, the area is infused with restaurants and cafes from all four corners of the globe. Underneath this diverse neighbourhood lays a strong sense of community that defines the area.
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Three metro stops away from Neukolln, Johannisthaler Chaussee is the largest shopping centre in Gropiuspassagen. Housing a range of international brands, boutiques, restaurants and cafes, Johannisthaler Chaussee is one of the top shopping destinations outside of central Berlin.
Neukolln possesses a typically European outlook. With a strong cafe and al fresco dining culture, Neukolln is richly diverse in population, culture and history. Neukölln's independence ended in 1920 when it was incorporated into the city of Berlin.
Although the neighbourhood is in proximity to central Berlin, Neukolln is worth exploring in further depth. A wander around this highly populated district will allow you to uncover the history of the area.
Around twenty minutes commute to the Mitte, Neukolln is well-connected to central Berlin. Nearby Metro stations include U-BHF Zwickauer Damm 0.3 miles, Rudow 0.4 miles, and Wutzkyallee 0.9 miles. Train stations in the area include Grünbergallee 3.2 miles and S Betriebsbahnhof Schöneweide 3.5 miles- both offer services to central Berlin.
For international travel, Berlin Schönefeld Airport is 2.9 miles away from Neukolln and Berlin Tegel Airport is 16.6 miles away. Regular bus services run in the area, connecting the district to the city.