Modern and bright 2 room flat (65 sqm.) centrally located in one of the most popular parts of Berlin - Mitte / Tiergarten. Features a kitchen with dining area, a spacious living room, a separate bedroom with a king size bed, a large bathroom with a bathtub. And a south-side panorama Window, from floor to ceiling.
The flat is furnished quiet modern offering a bright living and working area including a nice view. The area is packed with cafes and restaurants. Supermarkets and shops are just a step away. All kind of public transportation such as Underground, U-Bahn and S-Bahn are close by.
U-Bahn Turmstrasse, S-Bahn Bellevue. Busse (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , TXL. Hauptbahnhof, Zoologischer Garten and Friedrichstrasse are less than 15 Minutes away.
washing machine, 2x flat screen tvs ( > 42" ), sound system, wireless internet, iron, hair dryer, vacuum cleaner, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.
The kitchen is equipped with oven, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, kettle, mixer and a complete set of kitchenware.
Description about Tiergarten (from wikipedia): (Website hidden by Airbnb)
Tiergarten (German for Animal Garden) is a locality within the borough of Mitte, in central Berlin (Germany). Notable for the great and homonymous urban park, before German reunification, it was a part of West Berlin. Until Berlin's 2001 administrative reform, Tiergarten was also the name of a borough, consisting of the current Bezirk of Tiergarten (formerly called Tiergarten-Süd) plus Hansaviertel and Moabit. A new system of road and rail tunnels runs under the park towards Berlin's Central Station in nearby Moabit.
The locality houses many parliamentary and governmental institutions, among others the Bundestag in the Reichstag building and the new German Chancellery. The residence of the German President, Schloss Bellevue and the Carillon are also located in the Tiergarten park. It contains several notable sculptures including the four-tiered Victory Column (Siegessäule), the Bismarck Memorial and several other memorials to prominent Prussian generals, all of which were located in the ceremonial park facing the Reichstag before they were moved to their present location by the Nazis. In addition, the tree-lined pedestrian avenues emanating from the Victory Column contain several ceremonial sculptures of Prussian aristocrats enacting an 18th-century hunt.
The Brandenburg Gate and the Potsdamer Platz are situated on the eastern rim of the locality, the former frontier between East and West Berlin. Nearby is the Kulturforum stretching from the Berliner Philharmonie, a 1963 concert hall by architect Hans Scharoun and home of the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra to the Neue Nationalgalerie built by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1968.