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Explore Berlin: top hotel districts
Dive into this vibrant multicultural capital – where you can still experience the historical traces of a city once split into east and west.
Affectionately known as ‘Prenzlberg’, this former working-class district in East Berlin began the 1990s as an area with mostly student and those who couldn’t afford to live elsewhere. But street by street, café by café and club by club, Prenzlauer Berg has become Berlin’s trendiest district, with organic food shops and designer workshops frequented by affluent young professionals. View hotels.
Meaning "center", Mitte is the location of the capital’s main historic attractions, such as Museum Island, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Unter den Linden Boulevard, Checkpoint Charlie and Potsdamer Platz. View hotels.
Kreuzkölln (Kreuzberg & Neukölln)
Located in the shadow of the Berlin Wall, the districts of Kreuzberg and Neukölln were once the most remote enclaves of West Berlin. Today, however, this diverse and multicultural district has become somewhat gentrified and hosts Berlin’s annual Karneval der Kulturen (Carnival of Cultures) parade. All year round, the area’s authentic cafés and restaurants are busy with residents and tourists alike. View hotels.
Berlin is generally a gay-friendly place, and nowhere more so than in Schöneberg, which retains its traditional and somewhat understated charm. View hotels.
This district in West Berlin is famous for the ICC Exhibition Center, Olympic Stadium and the glamorous Kurfürstendamm (KuDamm) shopping street. It still has its fair share of elegant hotels and spacious Berlin-style residential buildings with beautiful façades. Other attractions include the bombed Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial Church, the world-famous KaDeWe department store and Berlin Zoo. View hotels.
A Symbol of Modern Europe
Home to the iconic Brandenburg Gate and the famous Fernsehturm at Alexanderplatz, Berlin is a renowned global city of culture, commerce and politics. Its eclectic architecture is visual and exciting proof of its fascinating history.
In "Mitte", the city’s historical center, you can find the famous Museum Island with the exquisite Pergamon Museum, as well as popular cafés, restaurants and clubs. The nearby Potsdamer Platz, once divided in two by the Berlin Wall, features great examples of ultramodern architecture and stunning night illumination.
Berlin is the best place to try the famous Currywurst or jelly doughnuts, the Pfannkuchen. Explore the city’s busy nightlife, famous festivals and parades, or simply walk through charming neighborhoods like Prenzlauer Berg. Berlin is always full of things to do and see!
Combining a vibrant culture and art scene, sites of historic interest like the Reichstag, and great shopping opportunities, the German capital truly is a symbol of a modern and unified Europe.
Traveling to the city center from Tegel International and Schönefeld Airports is a piece of cake using the S-Bahn, Berlin’s reliable public transit system. Whether you are looking for a cheap hostel, alternative apartment or a chic hotel, Booking.com has a perfect room for your trip to Berlin.