Live in Kreuzberg – Local Tips:
- Streetfood-Thursday Markthalle 9 – Since 2014 the former railway market hall has blossomed out into the district centre for ‘eating culture’ and ‘food-shopping’.
- Viktoria Park – Here you can relax and take a break from the hectic city.
- Kantine Kreuzberg – Cosy lunches on the rooftops of Kreuzberg.
About Life in Berlin Kreuzberg
Kreuzberg – pretty or ugly? Definitely genuine! The district, that got its name from the 66 metre high hill in its southern quarter, is home to a countless artists. With the fall of the Wall the alternative artistic scene fostered, above all, the development of a new and vibrant nightlife. Berliners like to meet up in the multicultural Kreuzberg over one or two evening beers. Trendy advertising agencies and the start-up scene are widespread throughout the area. Berlin Kreuzberg is completely filled with new ideas and creative people. With regards to the culinary aspect, the wide multicultural influences shape the character of the area. Bergmannstraße is the heart of the Bergmannkiez; cafes, bars and restaurants from all over the world at great value for money.
Sit in Görlitzer Park in the summer with the colourful graffiti all around; a real summer hotspot. You can’t necessarily expect luxury here, but definitely a high quality of life. In this creative district you can experience everything other than boredom. Its little canals are lined with alternative restaurants and bars. You can take a break from everyday life, meet new people or enjoy good music. The area is rich in public gardens, museums and theatres. If you would like to experience the real Berlin nightlife, then rent a furnished apartment in Berlin Kreuzberg.
The district is also abound with parks, public gardens, museums and theaters. If you want to experience the city’s true nightlife, definitely rent an apartment in Berlin here.