City districts Berlin
Schöneberg is a colourful, lively neighbourhood with different facets and a special Berlin charm.
This neighbourhood offers you a high and relaxed quality of life in the city centre, as well as space and a place to relax. There are many shopping centres as well as restaurants and cafés within walking distance.
In Schöneberg, all of Berlin is at your feet. Whether you want to go shopping at Potsdamer Platz, take a stroll through the "Kudamm" or head to the Grunewald, this is a great place to live.
The Charlottenburg district is one of the most attractive places to live in the capital.
Here you will find first-class restaurants, many cultural institutions, the Western Theatre, the German Opera House, numerous museums, cinemas, countless pubs, the Olympic Stadium, Charlottenburg Palace and much more.
The Kantstraße and Kurfürstendamm, with its numerous boutiques and luxury shops, can be reached quickly and easily on foot or by public transport.
Living in the middle of Berlin means constant change along with the times.
There is no other place in Berlin where art, culture, economy and politics as in Berlin-Mitte.
In the Mitte district you will find countless historical sights,
government buildings, embassies and first-class gastronomic establishments.
The atmosphere here is one of innovation and cultural coexistence.
Magnificent historical buildings, including the Berlin Cathedral, round off the district's great overall picture.
Hackescher Markt and Stadtmitte are home to countless eco shops and cafés.
Numerous other public transport options are within walking distance.
Whether in a luxurious and modern new building or a chic, energetically elaborate core renovated old building from the Wilhelminian period,
There are no limits to living in Berlin Mitte.