Vacation Apartment in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg - nice, clean, central (# 526)
Apartment for two in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. Features a living-sleeping room, a full kitchen with a dishwasher, and a bathroom with shower., key advantages: nice, clean, central, fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg,
This apartment accommodates two people in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. It consists of a combined sleeping and living room with a double bed, a full kitchen including a dishwasher and a dining area, and a bathroom with shower.
Location Berlin Tegel Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Berlin Tegel Airport. From Berlin Tegel Airport the distance to the unit at Dunker Strasse 15, 10437 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg is about 12 km (7.5 miles), approximately a 22 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $83-$70 for 1 person.
Additional Features: Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television
Located in one of the most popular districts of Berlin. Child in their own cot: € 5 per night; dog: € 10 per stay.
In proximity of:
* bakeries and cafes
* all sorts of shops and businesses
* theaters and cinemas
More travel info about Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg: In a city rich with diversity and culture, Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg is one of the city's hottest districts. Since Reunification, the neighborhood has been popular among university students, but this popularity has resulted in an increase in property values and the gentrification of the area. Located in northeast Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg is characterized by buildings that were predominantly built at the turn of the 20th century. Compared to the rest of Berlin, this area had little damage from World War II, and today over 300 structures are now protected under historic preservation ordinance. The center of Prenzlauer Berg has a large number of pubs, galleries, restaurants and bars, which give the district a very active night and day life. Several sites tied to Berlin's divided history are worth seeing here, including the Mauerpark (which was formerly part of the Wall and its Death Strip) and Gethsemene Church (which played a pivotal role in the 1980s East German resistance movement and the fall of the Wall). Prenzlauer Berg is also home to Germany's largest synagogue, located on Rykestrasse. It was dedicated in 1904 and was not destroyed by the Nazis because of its location in a tightly knit residential area. The associated large Jewish cemetery with over 22,000 graves is definitely worth seeing. It is the final resting place of numerous prominent Jewish figures, including composer Giacomo Meyerbeer and artist Max Liebermann. Although Berlin is a destination in and of itself, if you need to get out of the city, consider day trips to either Potsdam or the Spreewald.