Neighbourhood with character
Where the true heart of Berlin beats: hardly any district of the city presents such a multi-faceted and endearing impression as Kreuzberg. Situated at the heart of the city’s centre and with some 160,000 residents, the district beckons shoppers and browsers alike – with attractions such as a visit to Markthalle 9 or Bergmannstrasse.
Those seeking peace and quiet can enjoy a voyage of discovery in the green areas such as Viktoriapark, which contains the highest point in the inner city, the actual Kreuzberg. In the district named after this 66-metre hill, quality of life merges with culture and shopping sprees with pleasure. Nobody needs to leave this neighbourhood. After all, Kreuzberg has its very own life and has no comparison anywhere in the world.
Between idyll and metropolitan flair
A broad strip of greenery with high trees, children’s playground, fountain and benches divides Grimmstrasse, providing a tranquil grandeur and a pleasant distance between the opposing rows of houses. Old gas lanterns and richly decorated facades round off the picture of an idyllic residential and living space located in Kreuzberg’s attractive Graefekiez neighbourhood near Admiralbrücke over the Landwehr Canal. This is a peaceful place to live while the hustle and bustle of the city are still only a walk away. Nearby attractions include Potsdamer Platz, Kreuzkölln with its bars and pubs together the trendy Bergmannkiez neighbourhood.