Kreuzberg is the quintessence of a diverse neighborhood if there ever was one. Some visitors will boast that the tree-clad, cafe-lined streets are charming and inviting, while others will praise it as the home of 1970s punk rock scene and the best street art in Berlin. In keeping with its image of dynamism, it's also a hub for the LGBTQ community, as well as the number one place to go for Turkish food and culture in Berlin. Stroll along the canal, or breakdance with the Kreuzberg's up-and-coming hip hop scene (just make sure you stretch first). This district is really what you make of it—walk around, and know what you're looking for, because you're sure to find it.
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