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Formerly a part of East Berlin, this youthful, happening neighbourhood is easily accessible and houses many middle-income residents and expats comfortably.

It still retains a faint air of artistic activism and 20th century European intellectualism rife in its eclectic street bars and patios.

Neukölln is a Berlin favourite and melting pot of expats and immigrants with a distinctly Turkish flavour to it, lending it the fond moniker "Little Istanbul".

Neukölln is being transformed from a working class, mainly immigrant area, into a district full of bijou 'living room' bars, clubs and cafes.

Irrepressibly expressive, residents of Friedrichshain happily restore and convert old industrial buildings into gallery spaces, loft living quarters and renovated co-working spaces.Prenzlauer Berg sits between Mitte and Friedrichshain, and after Mitte is one of the more upmarket areas of former East Berlin.Here you can find the remains of the Berlin Wall, Mauer Park with its infamous Sunday karaoke and flea market, as well as the chic boutiques of Kastanienallee and around Kollwitz Platz.While there are several informal bars serving up cheap brews, several more well-maintained boutiques and cafes line the street.Friedrichshain is attractive to both tourists for its underground techno parties and residents exploring their own backyards.

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