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Kreuzberg Apartments for Rent
The infamous Kreuzberg district has a reputation that people find synonymous with the personality of Berlin. This neighborhood is traditionally home to throngs of budding artists, students, squatters and young professionals - many who could be characterized as “hipsters”. Kreuzberg is a chic neighborhood that is well connected by public transportation and is dotted with innumerable bars, cafes, restaurants park areas and nightclubs - there’s always something to do in Kreuzberg. Prices for apartments for rent in Kreuzberg on average have been increasing over the years, however they can currently be found at around €800 - €1000 per month. On the other hand, cheap apartments in Kreuzberg will run you closer to €500 - €700. If you’re looking to rent an apartment in Kreuzberg, also keep in mind that the area is also very popular for tourists and students in the Spring and Summer months.
One half of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg duo, Kreuzberg is the West Berlin twin separated when the Wall went up in 1961, and now reunited since 1989. Expats and travellers looking for Berlin apartments for rent long term in this area should be forewarned: make coffee your friend because with all the goings-on about town, you’ll be hard pressed to find a moment of rest. Stocked to the brim with nightclubs, art galleries such as the Berlinische and street food galore, Kreuzberg is the perfect spot to live and play. It all starts with a thick underground punk scene with roots dating back to 1978 and that exists today in SO36, the legendary nightclub with a flair for alternative music and parties. On Tuesdays and Friday’s, Kreuzberg’s Turkish population comes alive as vendors erect the city’s largest Turkish market in the city along the canal. But if that's too energetic then you can always take a calming walk through Viktoriapark, Berlin’s highest point, with a 24 meter (artificial) waterfall and two fragrant vineyards.To check out apartments in Kreuzberg easily use Nestpick and book your next stay!
Kreuzberg in bullet points
- A village feel with lots of cool shops, bars and restaurants
- Görlitzer Park, packed during the summer and the venue for the infamous May Day celebration
- Canal-side apartment blocks and treelined streets
- Convenient connections: Kottbusser Tor, Görlitzer Bahnhof
- Close to the River Spree and the East Side Gallery
- Watch the sun set from Admiralbrücke
- Eat, drink and be merry on Oranienstraße