Treptow-Köpenick has long been thought of as Berlin’s back garden. The largest borough by area with the lowest population density, around 70% of it is covered in water and forest, parks and nature reserves. The picturesque old town of Köpenick, dating back to the 12th century, is a further draw, an entirely unique Kiez in its own right, with plenty of restaurants and bars catering for every taste. Yet Treptow-Köpenick is not only about nature and scenery. The district is also becoming increasingly active as a business location. This, added to the high quality of life, is the reason for the enormous increase in the number of inhabitants, especially young people, over the last five years.
Atmospheric abandoned amusement park
Insel der Jugend
Beautiful little island on the river, reached by bridge
Café at Schloss Köpenick
Sip a cappuccino on the terrace of a Baroque palace
Floating swimming pool and urban recreational area
Spend an evening gazing at the stars