Long overlooked as a commuter city, a collection of satellite neighbourhoods, Reinickendorf, in the north-west of the city, is slowly becoming more appreciated. Though most visitors only pass through on their way to/from Tegel Airport, Reinickendorf actually has a lot of natural charms, if you’re willing to take the time to look.
St. Constantine & Helena Church
Beautiful Russian Orthodox Church built in 1894
Huge oak tree, older than Berlin itself
Classic German cuisine served in a cosy vaulted cellar
Ernst Reuter Saal
Concert hall dating from the 1950s
Architecturally curious housing settlement from the 1920s