The flat is located in the heart of the Friederichshain quarter, and is part of a traditional Berlin building dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century and artfully refurbished only a few years ago. It is in Dirschauer Strasse, which runs parallel to the world-renowned Simon Dach Strasse, home to all kinds of night-life establishments, where around fifty bars, cafés, restaurants, galleries and fashion boutiques are open until late and create an atmosphere that only Berlin can boast.
Once you cross the River Sprea, one of the most famous Berlin clubs – the Watergate – awaits you on the riverside, along with its array of world-class DJ gigs.
Only 300 metres away, Boxhagener Square is the setting for a traditional Sunday morning flea market including clothing, antiques and art for sale. The flat itself is within reach of shops and kiosks for day-to-day needs, and open 24/7. A ten minute walk will take you to the unique Turkish quarter of Kreuzberg, where laid back is the word. It is dotted with small cafés, ethnic restaurants, organic food outlets, new and second-hand clothes shops, art galleries, alternative bookshops and cultural centres…a mix you will never tire of!