The apartment is located in Waldstrasse in a newly renovated front part of the building (5. floor / no lift). It is quiet, bright and has modern furnishings. The flat accommodates up to 6 people in 85m². No pets allowed. The apartment has a roof terrace.
Living room with sofa bed (160 x 200), two armchairs, dining area, LCD-TV with DVB-T receiver, internet access free of charge, radio, wall unit. Info folder with insider tips for your Berlin trip. Access to the roof terrace. Bedroom with double bed (180 x 200) and a big wardrobe. Second bedroom with two single beds (90 x 200) and wardrobe. A modern kitchen with dishes, coffee machine, toaster, kettle and fridge. Bathroom with WC, tub, mirrored cabinet, towels, hair-dryer.
The apartment is located in Mitte, the historic city centre. Here you will find many places of interests such as the Victory Column, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Cathedral, Hackescher Markt, Rotes Rathaus or the Gendarmenmarkt. On the famous Museum Island you will find no less than five of the most important museums of Berlin: the Pergamon Museum, the Old and the New Museum, the Old National Gallery and the Bode Museum.
The Second World War and the division of Berlin created many vacant lots, which were filled with modern buildings. Thus, the typical Berlin mix of old and new was created. Many of the new buildings, such as the television tower at Alexanderplatz, the Sony Center, Berlin Philharmonic and the New National Gallery turned into must-see attractions. The well-known Tiergarten Park, one of the largest parks in the city, is situated in the western part of the district Mitte.
The quarter Mitte offers several bars and clubs such as ‘Tresor’, ‘Clärchens Ballhaus’, or ‘Felix’. The nightlife of neighboring Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Schöneberg can be reached in a very short time.
Berlin Mitte is, due to its central location, a transportation hub and is thus well connected to the neighboring districts. The U-Bahn U2, U5, U6 and U8, and the S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S5, S7, S75 and S9 cross the district. The districts of Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg are also reachable via several tramlines.