A comfortable, separate guest room (sqm 20, for maximum two people.) With a sleep sofa and a high bed in a beautiful well-kept old Berlin building in the front house - stilish and attractively furnished. Bath and kitchen to share (the rooms are part of an inhabited four-room apartment of 105 sqm-). Free wireless access (internet connection). We provide a printer in the guest room also. Flat screen TV with iPod connector.
We will provide free towels and kitchen.
You have generous space for clothes and luggage.
The kitchen has an electric stove, a fridge, cutlery, coffee machine, microwave, toaster, dishes and kitchenware: everything you need, from wine glasses to frying pans, to prepare a quick breakfast or a delightful dinner. You want the kitchen shared with one another person.
The apartment is situated in Berlin-Mitte (Wedding), a central area close to Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden, Berlin's famous shopping and lounging miles culture. You live near a city-east in optimal situation of an interesting scene. Numerous shopping opportunities close to the lively cultural, scenic, and nightlife directly before the door. A large and beautiful market (Leopold place) very near by, reputed as one of the most interesting markets in Berlin. You meet the typical mixture of antiques, countless cafe 's and a multitude of restaurants, art shops, galleries, antiquities and small businesses. Many small and medium shops close by to entice diversified shopping sprees.
In Berlin you find a very dense public transportation net. Many sights are directy and rapidly accessible. Because of the central location most guests leave their cars parked or do not even bring it along at all The apartment lies directly at U-train station Seestrasse. Several underground lines, (night -) buses and a taxi stand are right in front of the door. The next motorway departure is appropriate for a few car minutes far away in the south of the apartment and is called "Seestr." From the airport Tegel you take the bus 128 (direction "Oslo street") up to the station "Kurt-Schumacher-Platz" and take there into the U6 (direction "Alt-Mariendorf") and drive up to the station "Seestraße" (about 18 min.). From the airport Schönefeld you take the X7 (direction "Rudow") to the station "Rudow", change into the underground U7 (direction "Rathaus Spandau") to the station "Mehringdamm." There take the underground U6 (direction "Alt-Tegel") (about 55 min.) And leave at the station "Seestraße". From Hauptbahnhof (central station) you take the S-Bahn (direction "Friedrichstrasse") and rise into there U6 (direction "Alt-Tegel") and drive up to the station "Seestraße". Alternatively you could take the bus 120 (direction "Hainbuchenstr.") Up to underground station "Seestraße" (about 13 min.). Taxi (10 min), Tegel Airport, 7.4 km, 15 € Schoenefeld Airport, 33.6 km (23 min.), (8 min.) 46 € Hauptbahnhof (central station), 4.1 km, 10 €
In the 12th century, the manor of the nobleman, Rudolf de Wedding was located on the small Panke River in the immediate vicinity of today's Nettelbeckplatz. The farmstead, Which burned down more than once, Remained abandoned in the forest until the 18th century. In the mid-18th century, while Gesundbrunnen what being built up as a health resort and spa town, gambling and prostitution moved into Wedding, transforming it into a pleasure district.
In 1864, Ernst Christian Friedrich Schering established the Schering pharmaceutical company on Mueller Road. Nearby the room is the The College of Technology and Economics (Deutsch, literally University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Economy) or FHTW is the youngest and largest University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. It has almost 10.000 students studying in programs in the area of engineering, computer science, business and graphic arts.
The Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin is the medical school for the Free University of Berlin and the Humboldt University of Berlin. In 2003, the Charité claimed to be the largest university hospital in Europe after the merger with their fourth campus. Many famous physicians and scientists worked for at least part of their careers at the Charité.
The constant migration of country-dwellers into the city at the end of the 19th century converted into a working-class Wedding district. The laborers lived in cramped tenement blocks. After World War I was known as Wedding "Red Wedding" as it was renowned for its militant, communist Largely working class, it was the scene of violent protests on May 1, 1929. Because of the politics of the workers in Wedding, it was a target of attacks by the Nazi government in the 1930s. More than other 19th century working class districts, the original character has been preserved of Wedding. It is said to be a place to find the snout with a heart (big mouth and big heart) of the working class. However, the spirit is not Exclusively Deutsch. The multicultural atmosphere is visible in the bilingual shop signs (Deutsch and Turkish, or Deutsch and Arabic). The buildings are relics of Wedding of European post-war Modernism. Many are monolithic housing blocks. Some old buildings survived the war and urban renewal and still have coal fired heating. Wedding did not experience the boom and gentrification of the '90s in Berlin. A green oases mark the western borders of the "old red" district. The idyllic lake Plötzensee in the Southwest. Plötzensee is a popular summer hang-out offering long sandy beaches and lawns.
All prices are shown in Euros and include VAT at the current rate of 7%. Please note that these prices are not valid during major events, public holidays and other holiday periods (please ask for an offer). - Fairs and Major Events (IFA, ITB, ISTAF, marathon, etc) - Public Holidays (Easter, Christmas, Deutsch Unity Day, etc) - Summer Holiday - New Year (27th Dec - 4th Jan) Please ask us about prices for stays of more than one week.