Ever since the height of the Weimar Republic, Berlin has always been at the centre of Europe’s intellectual, political and academic cross-currents.From its public architecture to its international cuisine, an influx of global nomads, a booming outcrop of tech industry jobs, a nightlife that services opera-goers and EDM lovers alike, there is no word that encapsulates the city’s contradictions adequately.All attractions, venues and transport hubs of Berlin can be reached in a few minutes.Only a short walk from the guest house you can reach Schönhauser Allee, Kollwitzplatz and Helmholzplatz, lovely typical quarters of Prenzlauer Berg lined up with many shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs.
Neukölln has plenty of open space and an abundance of charm, with renovated public parks, relaxing open-air bars and graffiti-covered cafes.Long-term travellers and expats alike want to rent a flat in Berlin because its position as a global hub for arts, design and commerce.Nestpicks wide selection of Berlin apartments for rent long term can be booked easy and smooth through a couple of clicks.Bear in mind that house rental in Berlin is not common, at least in the more central areas, and most people live in apartments.If you are looking for 1 bedroom apartments for rent or studio apartments for rent though, then you're in luck, and will have a wide selection to choose between.
Single prenzlauer berg
The unique sweet little guesthouse is located in the ground floor of a beautiful house in the bustling downtown district of Prenzlauer Berg.Surrounded by typical Berlin Wilhelminian charm Absolut Berlin offers modern and functionally furnished quiet rooms or apartments, ideal for single travelers, couples, small groups or families.Precisely because of its notoriety, apartments for rent in Berlin come and go quickly.Whether you need to rent student accommodation or a furnished apartment, and plan on staying for a little or a long time, you will find something to suit you on Nestpick.Neukölln is a Berlin favourite and melting pot of expats and immigrants with a distinctly Turkish flavour to it, lending it the fond moniker "Little Istanbul".
Neukölln is being transformed from a working class, mainly immigrant area, into a district full of bijou 'living room' bars, clubs and cafes.
On Tuesdays and Friday’s, Kreuzberg’s Turkish population comes alive as vendors erect the city’s largest Turkish market in the city along the canal.
But if that's too energetic then you can always take a calming walk through Viktoriapark, Berlin’s highest point, with a 24 meter (artificial) waterfall and two fragrant vineyards.
Stocked to the brim with nightclubs, art galleries such as the Berlinische and street food galore, Kreuzberg is the perfect spot to live and play.
It all starts with a thick underground punk scene with roots dating back to 1978 and that exists today in SO36, the legendary nightclub with a flair for alternative music and parties.