Kreuzberg is a borough located in Berlin, Germany. It is located just across the river from Friedrichshain and is known for its trendy cafes, popular clubs and community of artists living there. Kreuzberg is currently one of the trendier and best known districts of Berlin especially for younger people.
Kreuzberg is a cultural melting pot with over 30% of its residents being non-German. The borough is well known for its diverse culture and artistic atmosphere and attracts significant amounts of expats and young professionals who want to live there.
Things to see in Kreuzberg
Görlitzer is a park in central Kreuzberg and is very popular when the sun comes out. Large amounts of people gather here in the summer for frisbee, barbecues and beer drinking. Read More
An exceptionally well done museum that is sleek, modern and incorporates unique architecture to tell an important story. This museum offers visitors a glimpse into Jewish history and is a must see attraction for anyone interested in the history of the Jewish people. Read More
The Topography of Terror (Topographie des Terrors) is an outdoor and indoor museum in Kreuzberg, Berlin. It is located on the site of buildings which the Gestato & SS Headquarters used during the Nazi era. The Topography of Terror is free to enter and is one of the most popular war related museums in Berlin. Read More