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This modern and spacious 2-bedroom apartment is available for rent on Gärtnerstrasse. The property is elegantly furnished and has a sizable living area with 2 comfy couches and a beautiful coffee table while large windows make it bright with natural light. The kitchen comes fully equipped with what you need to cook and there is both a useful breakfast bar and a stunning wood dining table.
The property is located in the trendy area of Friedrichshain so living here you will be close to some of the coolest nightlife in the world. You will be close to the East Side Gallery and lots of great city parks where you can relax. The city center is not far away and the area is well-served by public transport.
Please note that many apartments in this building are furnished identically, and therefore Spotahome is using the photo set from one rentable unit to represent multiple units in the building. The only notable difference between units in this building are in total area and monthly rent.
Please note that if you are renting for less than 6 months your rent price will go up by 7% to cover VAT.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Overview This area of Berlin is more known for its trendy vibe and nightlife than for its historical sites. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful place to explore: located just to the southeast of Mitte, you can find some of Berlin’s oldest architecture and cobblestone streets. This is the place to be if you are an artist or just want to live amongst them.
What can I do here? Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg has great nightlife! Visit venues like Berghain, Watergate, Club de Visionaire, and COBA bar. There are also many eateries and bars to discover on famous streets like Schlesischer, Boxhagener, Wesser, Simon Dach, Ravaler, and Bergmann.
Fascinating fact Berghain, located in a former power plant, is one of Europe’s exclusive underground nightclubs and has been called the world capital of techno.