Centrally located studio perfect for couples and people who are looking for an authentic Berlin experience in one of Berlin's most popular neighborhoods.
Free public parking is available in front of the house. The train and tram station and two supermarkets are only 200m away.
This lovely studio apartment is located on the ground floor of a typical Berlin period building and has its own private entrance and sound insulating triple glazing.
The main living area has comfortable queen size bed (160x200), a stylish couch that can be converted into a double bed (184x196), and a wardrobe.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you might need, including an oven and hub, microwave, toaster, french press coffee maker, espresso maker and kettle. There is also a bar with 4 bar stools where you can sit comfortably and enjoy your breakfast.
There is some tea, coffee, salt etc. in the kichen.
The apartment does not have a TV, that's why we recommand bringing a laptop. We are happy to share our Netflix account.
The bathroom is has a shower cabin, sink, towel heater and a hair dryer.
The aparment has been lovingly rennovated and converted from an old uphostery workshop. Since it is located in an former commercial space, it is legally allowed and does not take away living space from Berlin residents. So you can stay here without having a bad consicous about contributing to the city's housing issues.
A garden is at the rear of the building that you may use at any time. It is not directly adjacent to the apartment, but it can be accessed via the building’s main entrance.
Address: Grellstr., 10409 Berlin, Germany
Size: 35.0 m², 1 Room, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 1 Double bed, 1 Sofa bed
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Our apartment is located in a residential part of the trendy Berlin district Prenzlauer Berg. From here you can get everywhere quickly without having to come back to a lot of hustle and bustle. Grocery stores and fast food places (great Döner) are just around the corner. An authentic Bavarian restaurant is also just down the street.
The Prenzlauer Berg is known for its thriving café and art gallery culture. Here you will find plenty of restaurants, kitsch boutiques and alternative-style bars. The popular Kollwitzplatz and Helmholzplatz are a leisurely 20-25 min stroll away, same as the Kulturbrauerei, an old brewery with shops, nightlife and a free museum about life in the DDR. Not far from there are the Berlin wall walk and Berlin wall memorial.
If you are in Berlin on a Sunday, don't miss the nearby Mauerpark with its large flea market and renowned outdoor karaoke. A must see, especially on a sunny day!
Not too far from the apartment is “Volkspark Friedrichshain”. This large and popular park, with a fairytale fountain, film showings and beer gardens, is a nice place for hanging out in the summer. For those who prefer a more active holiday it offers facilities for jogging, beach volleyball, bouldering and tennis!
Excellent public transport connections take you into Mitte in about 15 minutes, where you can visit main Berlin attractions such as the Museum Island, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) or Hackescher Markt. From there you can walk to the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie.
The tram M10 and the S-Bahn connect the Prenzlauer Berg with Friedrichshain where you can visit the famous East Side Gallery, the longest still intact piece of the Berlin Wall that has been painted by graffiti artists. Friedrichshain also has some buzzing night life areas such as the Simon-Dach-Straße and the Revaler Straße with the quirky RAW Gelände.
From the East Side Gallery it is only a short walk across the river and you are in the popular Kreuzberg district, which is a great place to look out for street art, hang out in Görlitzer Park (which locals call Görli), or go out drinking or clubbing.
The train and tram station "Greifswalder Straße" is only 200m away and will take you directly to:
Or with one change of trains to
The M10 tram station is 700m away and will take you directly to the East Side Gallery (15 minutes)
Parking is marked as included, because there is free public parking on the street outside the apartment. Furthermore, the apartment is just outside the Umweltzone, so the Green Umweltzone sticker is only necessary should you want to drive into or through the city centre.More information about coming to Berlin by car.