Neukölln is one of the most well-known hip districts in Berlin. It is the place where many cultures meet. However, the area also has an exciting history, many green spaces, cultural highlights and exceptional spots. We have put together seven routes for you based around different themes that invite you on a journey of discovery through the five districts of Neukölln, occasionally venturing into the neighboring districts. The routes are 7 to 18 miles (11 to 29 kilometers) in length, easy and short, so you can take a lot of time for breaks.
Taking canal paths, heading through parks and gardens and following green corridors and the former Berlin wall, you can comfortably cycle through Neukölln, Britz, Buckow, Rudow, and Gropiusstadt. Countless small and large parks such as the neo-Baroque Körnerpark or the Comenius Garden are perfect places to take a relaxing rest.. The east side of the Tempelhofer Feld is also situated in Neukölln. Here, you can really let off steam on the former runway. Cycle through the Bohemian village and around the horseshoe settlement, visit the castle and the Britz manor. In Rudow and Buckow, you will find historic village centers which contrast greatly to the Gropiusstadt with its almost 19,000 apartments. You can also climb up the highest “mountain” with the pleasant sound of the Dörferblick and explore one of the last two mills in Neukölln.
Whether you are fascinated by museums and history, the typical Neukölln neigborhoods and streets or if you simply feel like cycling: there are many exciting places waiting to be discovered on all seven routes.
Neukölln is dotted with small and large parks and idyllic allotment gardens and colonies. Many of them are linked via the so-called Britz-Buckower-Weg. The path is one of 20 "Green Main Routes" through the capital.
You start in the neighboring district Alt-Tempelhof at the subway station of the same name…
Rudow is the southernmost district of Neukölln. Here you can discover many beautiful and unknown corners, so we dedicate Rudow own tour.
The starting point is the underground station of the same name, the terminus of the U7 line. Right at the beginning, an idyllic path awaits you on Rudower Fliess. Thanks…
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The tour of Neukölln's cultural treasures begins at the Johannisthaler Chaussee underground station. You drive on the green belt up to the Britzer garden. Here took place in 1985 the Federal Garden Show. Today, the park is a huge recreational area between allotment gardens.
On the edge of the Britzer…
The district of Neukölln, like most districts of several villages, all had their own unique story. On this tour you will learn different and exciting stages of urban planning in Neukölln.
Your tour starts at the subway station Karl-Marx-Straße. A few meters away you will find the Bohemian village. In…
The Havel, the Spree and countless channels flow through Berlin. Then as now, the rivers are used for goods traffic and are becoming more and more lively and popular recreational areas with parks and promenades. On this tour you will explore the canals in and around Neukölln.
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The big round will show you on well-known and unknown paths a balanced mixture of green paths, arable land and industrial charm in the southern part of Neukölln district. Along the Mauerweg you will meet witnesses and memories of divided Berlin.
You start at the U-Bahn and S-Bahn station Hermannstraße…
Let's start at the subway station Schlesisches Tor in Kreuzberg. You drive over the Landwehrkanal to the Badeschiff. Here you can pull a few laps before you drive along the Landwehrkanal.
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