You will be living in a great location, quieter than the very centre of Berlin, but still central enough to have plenty of amenities nearby. You will be just a moment's walk from Wittenberplatz station, which has fantastic transport links, and brings the city centre within a 15-minute journey. A couple of minute's away is Tauentzienstraße, where you will find all the shops you could need along with banks, pharmacies, restaurants and cafes.
In one word: Multicultural
Closest Metro: S-Bahn Yorckstrasse (U7), Sudkreuz (S1, S2, S25, S41, S42, S45, S46), Schöneberg, Tempelhof (U6, S41, S42, S45, S46), Nollendorfplatz (U1, U2, U3, U4), Kurfürstenstraße (U1), and Bayerischer Platz (U4, U7)
Move here to be near: Tempelhofer Feld, Wilhelm-Foerster Observatory and Planetarium, St. Matthaus Kirchhof Cemetery, KaDeWe, and the Museum of Unheard of Things
Suitable for: Young, middle-class families
Can I afford it? € – €€ (Budget friendly to mid-range)
Overview The area’s population is as diverse as its sub-districts. Here you will find wide avenues and plazas filled with families. However, this neighborhood is also known for its thriving LGBT scene and vibrant nightlife. One thing is for sure; the central location and reasonable prices make it a popular place to live.
What can I do here? Tempelhofer Field is a popular destination for families on weekends. For shopping, check out KaDeWe, Berlin’s most famous shopping center, or the Rathaus Schöneberg flea market. In the evening, do not miss Kleine Nachtrevue and Penguin Club.
Fascinating fact The Lesbian and Gay City Festival is Europe’s largest LGBT festival, and takes place in Schöneberg, near Nollendorfplatz square.