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Reinickendorf: Reinickendorf is the third largest district of Berlin and offers a very diversified view with forests and lakes, countryside and urban areas, energetic city centers and industry works.
If you arrive by airplane you will most probably land at the nearby Airport Berlin Tegel. Berlin’s biggest airport combines the city with Western Europe and overseas. But Tegel is not just an airport. To the west of the old pretty village center is a very popular destination, the “Tegeler See” lake where you can either take a dip or ramble along the Greenwich promenade. But Berlin Reinickendorf offers more sights and attractions. The “Borsigturm” tower is considered to be Berlin’s first skyscraper. Another interestings site is the Russian Orthodox cemetery that was built in 1894/95 from earth that had been brought there from 50 different Russian regions. Between May and September the Tegel palace and its park opens to visitors. The brothers Alexander and Wilhelm von Humboldt lived and died here. A great place for children is the Amusement Park Tegel which is a lot of fun. Access to the park is free and is open from May to October from 9 am – 7 pm. In these months the park offers an adventure playground and many activities including table tennis or badminton. There are also pedal boats available to rent on the “Tegeler See” lake.
Reinickendorf is characterized by the contrast of villages and natural areas side by side with industry, old worker’s quarters and high building residential areas.