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Culture & Gastronomy
To indulge yourself in a perfect day in Treptow-Köpenick, your vacation could look like this: Go to a café where you have never been before for a delicious breakfast in the morning. Then take a walk through the old town centre and visit the palace and one of the large number of interesting museums. In the afternoon you might stop for a delicious piece of cake. And how about going to the theatre or maybe to the cinema in the evening? Afterwards maybe visit a pub or a bar for a nightcap. Make your own cultural experience!
The baroque water palace of the Prussians is located on an island in the river „Spree“ close to the Berlin-Köpenick old town centre. It was built for king Friedrich I. and hosts today’s museum of art.
Museums and Galleries
The museum of art at Köpenick Palace is the finest in the region. Also the museum at the historic water works and the museum of local history, as well as special museums and galleries are well-worth visiting.
Stages and Theatres
Berlin’s south-east accommodates a couple of theatres from the „Figurentheater Grashüpfer“ (puppet theatre), the “Stadtheater Cöpenick” and the “Schlossplatztheater” to the well-known “Kultur Arena Treptow”.
Six cinemas offer a wide range of programmes. Besides the large ones, smaller cinemas with special repertoires have established themselves in the attractive southeast of Berlin. There is also an open air cinema in Friedrichshagen during the Summer months.
Cafés and Restaurants
Even gourmet food lovers get their money worth in Treptow-Köpenick. Stop for a bite at one of the homely or extraordinary cafés and restaurants. We have a lot of these at Treptow Park, in Old Köpenick and in Friedrichshagen among others.
Clubs and Bars
Berliners like to party with their guests and sometimes all night long in clubs and bars. Several are located in Berlin’s south-east between “Treptower Park” and “Müggelsee”.