European cities and urban areas are diverse, vibrant places to live –- kaleidoscopes of cultures and ethnicities and reflective of a new kind of ‘super diversity’. Yet, despite the progress that has been made towards integrating Europe’s capitals, the modern city is far from perfect. To better understand what works and what doesn'’t in terms of successful integration, cities are turning towards their super diverse neighbourhoods for insights. After all, cities are really a collection of individual neighbourhoods – spatially close to each other but offering very different levels of quality of life. If a policy is going to benefit a city, it has to start by benefiting a neighbourhood.