District Portraits

Are you new to Berlin and looking for a neighborhood that suits you? Here is an introduction to our wonderful residential locations. What is so appealing about Schöneberg, and why is Neukölln an increasingly popular place to live? What does Charlottenburg have to offer, and is Kreuzberg still hip?

You can find essential information on Berlin districts and their areas here.

Treptow

This rather small district between Köpenick and Neukölln has become increasingly popular with younger people, because of lush Volkspark and … Continue reading Treptow

Tiergarten

Oftentimes referred to as Berlin’s „green lung“, Tiergarten and its eponymous park offer residents the comforts of numerous green open … Continue reading Tiergarten

Schöneberg

Schöneberg directly borders to hip Kreuzberg and fashionable, bourgeois Wilmersdorf and therefore combines the best of both districts. Schöneberg’s vibrant … Continue reading Schöneberg

Wilmersdorf

Stylish elegance is what defines Wilmersdorf. Magnificent wilhelminian architecture, luxurious restaurants and lush Grunewald forest combine to make this one … Continue reading Wilmersdorf

Spandau

Spandau does not have much of a typical „Berlin feel“, but it provides something very intriguing nonetheless. Many of the … Continue reading Spandau

Wedding

Wedding is actually a part of Mitte district, but could not be more different from the area around Brandenburg Gate. … Continue reading Wedding

Prenzlauer Berg

In Berlin’s most densely populated area, you will predominantly meet students and young families, but also artists and successful entrepreneurs.

Tempelhof

Tempelhof is divided into the neighborhoods Tempelhof, Mariendorf, Marienfelde and Lichtenrade and belongs to Tempelhof-Schöneberg county. Its borders are Kreuzberg … Continue reading Tempelhof