The Tourist Information informs about sightseeing, culture, hiking tours, sport in the district.
Hellersdorfer Str. 159, 12619 Berlin (U Kienberg)
Opening hours: April - October Mon - Fri: 9am - 4pm, November - March Mon - Fri: 10am - 3pm
NIC Neukölln Info Center
The NIC Neukölln Info Center offers information about the district and its events, flyers and broschures as also guided tours and souvenirs. The tourist information is located in the most beautiful room of the historic city hall with wonderful old glass mosaics in the ceiling.
NIC Neukölln Info Center
Karl-Marx-Straße 83, 12043 Berlin Room A 001, ground floor (U Rathaus Neukölln)
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 10am – 5pm, Fri 10am – 3pm
The trendy northeast district of the city offers its visitors an own information office in Prenzlauer Berg’s “cultural brewery”.
Schönhauser Allee 36 10435 Berlin (U Eberswalder Straße)
Opening hours: daily from 11am to 7pm
The suburbs in the north of the city offers its visitors a self-information office, the office of the district, which is operated per futura GmbH and the local tourism association. Open all year round is the following office:
Karolinenstr. 19, 13507 Berlin (U Alt-Tegel)
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10 - 16 h
The district offers its tourists in the "Gothic House", one of the oldest buildings in the old town, its own point of contact:
Tourist Information Berlin-Spandau in the Gothic House
Breite Str. 32, 13597 Berlin-Spandau (U Altstadt Spandau)
Opening hours: April - September: Mon – Sat: 10 - 18 h, October - March: Thu - Fri 10 - 18 h, Sat 10 - 14 h
The tourist information of Berlin's district Treptow-Köpenick is located at the Palace Square in the old town, offering a comprehensive service. This part of Berlin is rich in waterways and green spaces.
Tourist Information Köpenick (On Palace Square)
Alt-Köpenick 31-33, 12555 Berlin
Opening hours: May - September: Mon -Fri 9am - 6.30pm, Sat 10am - 4pm
The green district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf in the southwest of the city don’t offer its visitors an own tourist office, but a separate homepage, where you can find highlights of the district and a separate app, that allows to explore on your own the forests and lakes area: www.berlin-suedwest.net/ Also, the districts of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Lichtenberg and Marzahn-Hellersdorf describes their own tourist attractions draw on their websites:
Details for other districts can be found on the pages of the respective district offices: