Popular Accommodations in Berlin Mitte
Highlights Berlin Mitte
- Brandenburg Gate
- Berlin Wall Memorial
- Saint Hedwig's Cathedral
- Museum island
- Spandau suburb
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Vacation rentals in Berlin Mitte
In the district Berlin Mitte there are numerous holiday apartments in the best location, from which you can reach the most important museums of the city in just a few minutes. Rent an apartment not far from the Museum Island or directly on the Spree to enjoy the view of the course of the river. A holiday apartment near the underground stations Friedrichsstraße, Weinmeisterstraße or Alexanderplatz makes it easy for you to reach the rest of the city. In addition, many accommodations are located in the immediate vicinity of the main railway station.Find perfect holiday accommodation
Most accommodations in Berlin Mitte are comfortably furnished apartments with several bedrooms. You can also book a studio or a single guest room in the heart of Berlin, perfect for a cultural holiday for two. There are also some luxury apartments with excellent facilities and views over the rooftops of the city. With a vacation rental in the city, you also get a green inner courtyard where you can relax after an extended day out.Pay attention to the equipment
Choose your vacation rental in Berlin Mitte according to your personal wishes, such as an apartment with breakfast or a holiday apartment with terrace. Despite the central location, some landlords offer you your own parking space in front of the accommodation. An apartment building with a lift provides barrier-free access to the holiday home. Families with children will feel most at home in a vacation rental with garden.
Holiday in Berlin Mitte
Location and orientation
Mitte is a district of the metropolis Berlin, which partly also includes the historical core area of the city. In the west, Berlin Mitte is bordered by the old customs wall, the Brandenburg Gate and the customs gate. Furthermore, the Frankfurter Tor in Friedrichhain and the Kottbusser Tor in Kreuzberg surround the district.Expansion to several districts
Berlin Mitte touches 13 different so-called locations, to which the Spreeinsel, Alt-Berlin, Friedrichswerder and Neukölln belong. Furthermore, the area around Alexanderplatz, Luisenstadt, Dorotheenstadt, Friedrichstadt and Prenzlauer Berg is part of Berlin Mitte.Arrival by ship
In theory, you can even travel to Berlin Mitte by water. You will find several moorings on Friedrichstraße and in the Nikolaiviertel. It is particularly beautiful to take a one-hour city tour from here and experience the silhouette of the metropolis at sunset.
Things to know
The kitchen in Berlin is simple and hearty. Throughout history, the dishes have been influenced by Prussian cuisine and by immigrants from Bohemia, Silesia, Pomerania, East Prussia and Mecklenburg. Also influences of the Huguenots from France are to be found in some courts. Typical ingredients are goose and pork, but also fish from local waters, such as eel, pike and carp. Potatoes, cabbage, turnips, cucumbers and pulses are often served as a side dish.City walks through special city districts
North of the Heilig-Geist-Quarter you will find the Spandauer Vorstadt, a historic district of the district Mitte, where you can visit some well restored Hackesche Höfe. Spandau is also a popular trendy meeting place for going out. Stroll through the Scheunenviertel in the east of the Spandauer Vorstadt, where you will find the Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz and the Volksbühne.Local recreation areas offer plenty of peace and quiet in the countryside
The largest green area in Berlin Mitte is located between Schloßplatz and Fernsehturm in the Heilig-Geist-Viertel. There, very centrally located, you can also visit the monument complex "Marx-Engels-Forum". Further smaller local recreation oases are the Monbijou Park at Hackescher Markt, the Invaliden Park at Invalidenstrasse and the new park at Nordbahnhof.
Berlin Mitte appears in several literary works, such as Albrecht Behmels "Homo Sapiens Berliner Art", Irene Liebmanns "Stille Mitte von Berlin" and Cornelia Carstens "Frauen an der Spree".
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The foundation stone of St. Hedwig's Cathedral was laid in July 1747, but the building has been rebuilt and extended several times over the last centuries. Today you can admire some interesting art treasures inside the church, such as the three tapestries with biblical motifs. Also absolutely worth seeing are the eight small chapels in the lower church, whose window pictures were created by Karl Clobes.2. Take a look at the Crown Prince's palace
At the beginning of the street "Unter den Linden" you will find the Kronprinzenpalais, built in late classicist style. For many years it served the Prussian ruling house as a city domicile. Due to the complete destruction of the building during the Second World War, however, the building is still a very impressive replica in which exhibitions are presented and cultural events held today.3. Discover the landmark and the history of the city
Visit the Brandenburg Gate on Pariser Platz, which was built in the 18th century on behalf of King Frederick William II. In former times it served as a triumphal gate to the imperial capital, later as a symbol for the division of Berlin and the nation after the Second World War. The gate is 65.5 metres wide and 26 metres high. The architectural style is early classicist. The Quadriga with the goddess of victory Gottfried Schadows is enthroned at the very top.4. Commemoration of the Berlin Wall
In the visitor centre of the Berlin Wall Memorial in the district of Gesundbrunnen, you will learn everything about the former life with the Wall by means of numerous photographs, exhibits and short films. The exhibition area also includes a separate section dealing with the subject of "Border and Ghost Stations in Divided Berlin". An absolute must for those interested in history!5. Visit numerous art exhibitions on the island
The Museum Island in Berlin Mitte houses a number of important exhibition buildings, such as the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Bodemuseum. Another highlight is the Pergamon Museum, but you have to plan longer waiting times in front of it. Don't forget to visit the Old Museum, the New Museum and the Berlin Cathedral on the island.