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Kreuzberg

Schulenburgring 6a, VH3R

2 rooms, open kitchen, bathroom, 62m², 1-2 persons

1200 €

This bright and open apartment is available from now. It is located at historic Platz der Luftbrü...

Liegnitzer Straße

2 rooms, open kitchen, balcony, 60m² - 1-2 persons

available now

1300 €

The apartment comes fully furnished, the bills covered include heating, water and wireless DSL in...

Adalbertstraße

3 rooms, open kitchen, bathroom, 3 balconies, 174m²

available March 1st

2195 €

This luxurious apartment is located on the sixth floor of a modern new building and available fro...

Über den Bezirk

Kreuzberg ist der Berlin99 Hotspot für möblierte Wohnungen und vermutlich die beliebteste Gegend für internationale Mieter auf der Suche nach Wohnungen in Berlin.

Der Westen Kreuzbergs besteht aus den Gegenden um den Mehringdamm mit seinem lebendigen Bergmann-Kiez und dem Viktoriapark, in dessen Mitte sich der Kreuzberg erhebt, der dem Bezirk seinen Namen gibt. Allseits beliebt für seine Fülle an kulinarischen Möglichkeiten aus aller Herren Länder und die gerade im Sommer lebhafte und freundliche Atmosphäre ist der Kiez ein pulsierendes Zentrum internationaler Familien, ebenso wie Einheimischer.
Die Gegend um Kottbusser Tor und Schlesisches Tor, dem Görlitzer Park und dem Wrangelkiez, in welchem Berlin99 eine Vielzahl möblierter Wohnungen verwaltet, ist traditionell Heimat der Künstler, Alternativen, und Einwandererfamilien, die als zunächst Gastarbeiter in den 60er Jahren kamen und mittlerweile in der dritten und vierten Generation dem Bezirk sein buntes, weltoffenes Gesicht geben.

They provided the anti-establishment movement in the 70’s and 80’s with a heavy influence towards the punk scene, often frequenting famous hang outs such as SO36. This area around Orianienstrasse offers the yearly May Day festival, bringing together an array of cultures and religions and all walks of life. The first of May also signifies the opening of Spring and Summer. The feeling of relief as many Berliners come out of hibernation!
In recent years the late-night bars and clubs and lack of commercial activity make it a perfect spot for the new form of X-berger `the hipster´. They have created the new vibe of the café tech culture. The hipster’s favorite form of food may be the burger with hang outs such as Burgermeister in Schlesisches Tor, but it is the Turkish guest workers who arrived in the 1960’s we have to thank. Their presence has helped shape the culinary skills of Berlin as well as bringing us the famous `Döner´. You will be hard pushed to find a better Döner anywhere in the world. The famous Hasir restaurant near Kottbusser Tor started a trend in the area and has now become one of the most recognizable eateries in Berlin. The other must is the Mustafa’s on Mehringdamm. It is potentially the most popular Doner spot in Berlin with queues never less then 50 meters day and night!
Wherever you decide to rent an apartment, Kreuzberg offers something for everyone and gives you a great insight into the life of a Berliner!

Tegel Airport:
25 minute drive or 45 minutes by public transport

Schönefeld Airport:
35 minute drive or 50 minutes by public transport

Hauptbahnhof Station:
10 minute drive or 20 minutes by public transport

Potsdamer Platz:
10 minute drive or 15 minutes by public transport

East Side Gallery:
2 minute drive or 5 minutes by public transport