The apartment is located on Schöneberger Ufer, it features 2 stylish open planned rooms with heat...
About this district
Situated between Steglitz in the South, Kreuzberg and Tempelhof in the east, Tiergarten in the North and Wilmersdorf and Charlottenburg in the West, Schöneberg is a melting pot of cultures. From quiet parks, family cafes and playgrounds, 24-hour shops for a late beer, to trendy galleries and chic cocktail bars, it’s all there, but nothing in excess. Public transportation is fantastic, with as many as five underground lines, three overground lines and an array of different bus routes taking you to all corners of the city.The weekly market on Winterfeldtplatz is one of Berlin’s best, where you can find anything from handmade jewellery to international cuisine or simply great coffee. The surrounding streets are lined with a multitude of individual shops, bars and restaurants. Make sure to see Gleisdreieckpark, a vast and open park where during the summer months hundreds flock to relax on one of the many lawns, or play a round of beach volleyball. Many of the buildings surrounding the park have been newly renovated and modernised, so there is a range of new apartments available, furnished and unfurnished. While gentrification is very much in effect and major chains have driven away some business, the core remains unflustered, which gives Schöneberg a really authentic feel to this day. If you want to experience
20 minute drive or 35 minutes by public transport
25 minute drive or 45 minutes by public transport
10 minute drive or 20 minutes by public transport
10 minute drive or 10 minutes by public transport
East Side Gallery:
20 minute drive or 30 minutes by public transport
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