Berlin at its best!
Let Berliners introduce you to Berlin with recommended sights and special places on 890 km² also off the beaten tracks.
The Mitte district forms the centre of Berlin with many famous sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Museum Island,
the boulevard Unter den Linden, the Staatsoper (Opera house) and soon the Humboldt Forum will open here. The Mitte district is an amalgamation of
former West and East Berlin districts.
Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is a partially noble residential and business district with many sights, museums, parks and lakes.
Spandau is a working class district around the historic old town, in the southern part on the Havel along a villa district.
Reinickendorf is predominantly a villa district but also Tegel with its city centre, Tegeler See (lake) and the airport belong to it.
In the southern Pankow there is the well-known district Prenzlauer Berg. Most of the hipsters and young families live here .
This is mainly the nightlife destrict, but also during the day there are many boutiques, cafés and
restaurants very busy. The northern Pankow is a mixed residential district.
Lichtenberg is a working-class district with a lot of business and apartment buildings. In the middle of it there is the villa colony with the lakes Obersee and Orankesee.
Marzahn-Hellersdorf is characterized by its high-rise residential buildings and is known for its "The Gardens of the World", a large
Park with landscaped gardens, greenhouses, playgrounds, a cable car and a summer toboggan run.
Treptow-Köpenick offers many parks, lakes and forests and the Köpenicker old town.
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg is next to Prenzlauer Berg also a district with many
cafés, restaurants and clubs, but also the Eastside Gallery, the Volkspark Friedrichshain or the memorial site "Topography of Terror".
Neukölln is a working class district, characterized by many Turkish and Arabic shops and restaurants.
Tempelhof-Schöneberg is famous for its former airport Tempelhof with its huge building and the now freely accessible
runways as an amusement park "Tempelhofer Feld". The town hall Schöneberg was the town hall of West Berlin before the fall of the wall.
Please pay attention on foot or by car throughout the city to cyclists and e-scooters who do not always follow all the rules!
Steglitz-Zehlendorf is predominantly a residential and villa district with a lot of forest and the most lakes in Berlin.
Your city guide online with special recommendations.