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How to Find the Best Hotels in Kreuzberg, Berlin with Hotels.com

Located just to the south of Berlin's downtown district, Kreuzberg is where German youth culture hangs out. Filled with music venues and galleries, it is also home to many fabulous hotels - all of them available to book via Hotels.com. We have the finest hotels in Kreuzberg, Berlin, from large scale modern establishments to cosy little places that are perfect for a romantic escape. Accurate reviews are included for every hotel featuring the impressions of previous visitors. Compare ratings and consult location maps to find the ideal place to stay. You can also see photographs of hotel rooms and facilities, allowing you to research the perfect accommodation in Kreuzberg. Book now with Hotels.com and enjoy big discounts with our partners, before jetting off to one of Europe's most exciting cities.

What's Kreuzberg Like?

Chilled out, brimming with creativity and endlessly reinventing itself, Kreuzberg is Berlin's number one bohemian district. In the 70s, it was the epicentre of the city's punk movement, and nowadays it is on the up as a nightlife, restaurant and cultural highlight. Head to local art galleries, see live music in Görlitzer Park, visit the Jewish Museum or see the longest stretch of the Berlin Wall still standing at the East Side Gallery. Kreuzberg is also a great base for discovering Greater Berlin. See Checkpoint Charlie, head to the antiquities at the Neues Museum, see the Bauhaus, or learn about communism at the DDR Museum. Stroll through the beautiful Tiergarten and see the animals in Berlin Zoo; hit the shops around Potsdamer Platz or enjoy the elegance of Unter den Linden. A trip to the Brandenberg Gate and the nearby Holocaust Memorial is also not to be missed.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Berlin

The German capital is one of the country's most hospitable places and Kreuzberg is its friendliest district. It might be the large immigrant population (including many Brits and Americans), but the district is extremely open and welcoming to visitors from across the world. Younger visitors can get to know the locals by hitting the bars on thoroughfares like Schönleinstrasse. Everyone can enjoy a river cruise past the district's wonderful architecture on the River Spree, while the Kreuzberg Festival at the end of May will offer something for everyone. Take a paperback to the surroundings of Görlitzer Park, or summon up some extra courage and try the famous "bearpit karaoke" at Mauerpark. When you get peckish, eat like the locals with a delicious schnitzel or currywurst, and grab a stein to wash it down. With Hotels.com, getting to know the locals in Kreuzberg is simple.

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