The neighborhood of Mitte (which is German for “center”) is characteristically located in the center of Berlin and is generally where you’ll find most of Berlin’s cultural attractions. Being in the center of the city and a bit pricier than other areas, Mitte is quite popular among career-focused expats and other professionals. Apartments for rent in Mitte on average will cost between €800 - €1000, however cheap apartments in Mitte will be between €700 - €800 euros. Renting apartments in Mitte can be a challenge because the area is in such high demand. This is also true during the Spring and Summer months, as many available apartments and rooms are often occupied by the many tourists that visit during this time of the year. If you do manage to find your desired place in Mitte, you will be accompanied by some of the best and trendy bars and restaurants in Berlin. It’s also well connected by public transportation so getting around the city will be easy.
Given its central location, Mitte is home to luxury boutiques, galleries, Berlin’s central station (Hauptbahnhof) and the Tiergarten : Berlin’s 520 acre inner-city park that is a true ode to nature. Apartments for rent in Berlin within Mitte are very reasonable in residential areas such as Moabit and Wedding , with furnished apartments for rent closer to the ministry buildings generally more expensive. Because of its central location and Berlin’s healthy startup and tech sector, many of Mitte’s residents are young entrepreneurs, developers, international practicing artists and students. Be ready to rent apartment in Mitte it is a bit tricky as this part of the city is very central and high demand. Berlin is considered the new startup capital of Europe and the majority of firms are located in Mitte, particularly around Rosenthalerstrasse and Schönhauser Allee. The area is known colloquially as 'Silicon Allee'. Humboldt University is in the area with more than 33,000 students. Given this youthful vibe together with the more serious governmental employees, Mitte is a sector whose bars, restaurants and shops can service both the trendy and the elegant.