This 85 m² 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment on Angermünder Straße, Mitte has an open plan kitchen and living area and is equipped with central heating.
This vibrant neighbourhood will make a fantastic base to explore the city, with public transport, shops and restaurants right on your doorstep.
Canceling your stay with Spotahome? Here’s what you need to know:
a) The good news: if you cancel your booking 61 days (or more) before your move-in date, we promise to refund 100% of your first payment.
b) If you cancel 31 to 60 days before your move-in date, we will refund 50% of your first payment. The other 50% will be given to the landlord.
c) If you cancel your stay within 30 days of your move-in date, 100% of your first payment will be given to the landlord.
d) The bad news: once your booking is accepted by the landlord, you cannot recover your one-time reservation fee at any point.
In one word: Modern (and central!)
Closest Metro: Hauptbahnhof, Berlin's central railway station. Alexanderplatz (U5, S5, S7, S75), Potsdamer Platz (U2, S1, S2, S25), Tiergarten (S5, S7, S75), Stadtmitte (U2), Friedrichstraße (U6), Brandenburger Tor (U55, S1, S2, S25), and Oranienburger Tor (U6)
Move here to be near: The Humboldt University of Berlin, Alexanderplatz, Museum Island, Brandenburger Gate, Tiergarten Park, and Reichstag Berlin
Suitable for: Families and young professionals
Can I afford it? €€ – €€€ (Mid-range – expensive)
As is the case with most city centers, Mitte is busy and touristic. However, it is just as popular with professionals in their 30s, many of whom live in the area surrounding Tiergarten and work in one of the neighborhood's numerous startups. No matter your age or profession, you are sure to enjoy the abundance of museums, clubs, and eateries!
What can I do here?
Enjoy the shopping and cafes at Hackescher, an open-air market popular with young people. Head to Friedrichstraße if you are looking for more upscale shopping, or to let loose in the evening check out Tresor and Anita Berber, two famous nightclubs in the area.
Mitte had the first traffic light in all of Europe, installed in 1882!