In German Mitte means “Center” and it is precisely that, the center of the city, an area where most of the museums, monuments, government offices and tourists, many tourists! When you visit mitten you will see emblematic areas such as Alexanderplatz, Unter den Linden, Friedrichstrasse, Hackescher Markt or Museum Island.
One of the peculiarities of Mitten is that it is a totally agitated neighborhood during the day and desert during the night, this is because most Berliners do not live here, but they do have their workplace in some of the offices or shops from the neighborhood
This is a young neighborhood, dynamic and full of contrasts. This was one of the districts most severely punished during the war, so there is little left of the original Berlin in it. Throughout the Karl-Marx-Allee and Frankfurter Allee (the former Stalinallee), a series of prestigious buildings were built reminiscent of the golden age of the socialist republic.
For years this was a working-class district with low incomes and empty floors, but after the fall of the wall, it began to attract a young audience, creating a new idiosyncrasy of the neighborhood so characteristic. Don’t miss walking through the wall gallery or crossing the picturesque Oberbaumbrücke, one of the most representative bridges in Berlin.
In the times of the Charlottenburg wall it was the center of the capitalist Berlin and this is still noticeable in its elegant avenues and office areas. In this neighborhood is the Technical University of Berlin, the zoo, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the former royal palace of Charlottenburg, which gives its name to the neighborhood. This is one of the best neighborhoods to see the east-west differences of old Berlin, which are still present today.
This is a neighborhood of immigrants, when you walk the streets of Neukölln you will notice a strong presence of the Turkish, Syrian and Lebanese communities. All this in addition to a great young art movement, which chose Neukölln as their home. It is that here you will not only get the best donner, but you can also visit many interesting alternative art galleries.
A neighborhood with a great nightlife, cafes and shops of typical products from the Middle East. The center of the neighborhood is Hermannplatz, where its an open air market operates. Near there in Maybachufer, a famous market is set up every two Sundays, which is certainly worth a visit.
We could say that the most Berlin Kreuzberg in all of Berlin and the place where for years the whole “move” of the city has happened. A somewhat “neglected” neighborhood but with a very special charm. In Here Kreuzberg hipsters, bohemians and punks live together, making their social life in perfect harmony. A lively neighborhood full of bars suitable for any type of public and countless fast food businesses, such as the famous Curry 36 or Burgermeister hamburger which is in a former public urinal.
A neighborhood of young families and alternative environment. Here you will find hundreds of coffee shops, curious restaurants, shops with designer clothes and local start-up offices. Unlike other parts of the city in Prenzlauer Berg, colorful buildings abound, many of them dating from the beginning of the 19th century and renovated after the fall of the wall. The center of the neighborhood is the famous corner LSD Vierte (where Lychener str., Schliemann str. And Duncker str.) Intersect, here we will see numerous bars and restaurants to enjoy both day and night.