Berlin Kreuzberg Guide Summer/Fall 2020

(Do you hold an older edition of our print guide in your hands or ain’t got no guide at all? Go to one of the places listed below with a “Pick up your free guides here” tag and grab one.)

Follow our walks

Along these routes, keep checking our map for points of interest. Then, you can either look them up in the print guide or here on this page, to discover the full depth of this incredible neighbourhood.

Visit the Wiki page for Kreuzberg, (and Neukölln, Alt-Treptow, Friedrichshain also covered in the guide).

HIP WALK (5km/3.1mi ≈60min net walking time)
Actually technically covering some Mitte (Wikipedia) area as well, this walk along Kastanienallee with a visit to Weinbergspark and Kastanienallee makes for a nice transition from the more hectic to a relaxed Berlin.

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COSY WALK (4km/2.5mi ≈47min net walking time)
This is a walk right into the heart of P’berg, to Kollwitzstraße and the Platz with the same name patron (Wikipedia). They area is famous for its picturesque streets full of stores & cafes populated by notorious P’berg moms pushing their twin strollers. Take a rest on the Wasserturm hill.

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HIDDEN WALK (5km/3.1mi ≈60min net walking time)
Have some extra time left over for “Ze Berg”, then walk some areas almost void of tourists. You will pass some stretches of unagitated scenery, but this allows you to see some serious socialist architecture in Ernst-Thälmann-Park and living conditions outside the in-crowd neighborhoods.

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