Beds are to rent in shared occupancy rooms in a 3-bedroom apartment in the Pankow area of Berlin. The apartment has white walls and wooden floors that help it to feel clean and spacious. It is equipped with all the necessary facilities, including a dishwasher, and would make a convenient and comfortable home for anyone relocating to Pankow.
Pankow is a diverse and eclectic area, a hub of art and culture with a vibrant nightlife but also lots of parks and even the Weissensee bathing beach, ideal for hot summer days. The beautiful 19th-century architecture alongside the buzzing cafe scene makes this a charming and welcoming place to live.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
In one word: Artsy
Closest Metro: Pankow (S2, S8, S9), Vinetastrasse (U2), and Berlin Prenzlauer Allee (S2, S8, S9, S41, S42, S85)
Move here to be near: Bard College Berlin, New York University Berlin, Mauerpark, Jewish Cemetery in Weissensee, and the Botanical Gardens
Suitable for: Young families with children
Can I afford it? €€ (Mid-range)
Overview Pankow is the second-largest borough in Berlin, and has at least 10 varied “sub-districts”. The southern area bordering Mitte offers an array of posh cafes and shops, while the north is quite low income. You will find plenty of students and families with young kids in this district.
What can I do here? Pick up a currywurst sausage at Konnopke’s, followed by coffee at Anna Blume. Or grab a beer at the Prater beer garden and explore Kulturbrauerei, an old brewery that has been transformed into a cultural space. Kollwitzplatz is considered one of Berlin’s most beautiful squares, and Oderberger Strasse its hippest street!
Fascinating fact Pankow is Berlin’s most populous borough, and also home to Germany’s largest synagogue.