Living in Berlin
Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany located in the centre of the country and is comprised of 12 districts. Each of these districts has its specific character, which makes living in Berlin appealing for many different personalities that are attracted from all over the world.
Berlin has good transportation connections. Within the city borders everybody, whether they are on holiday or living in Berlin, can easily get around by “S-Bahn”, U-Bahn”, tram, regional trains and busses, all of those are well connected in the local transportation network. Moreover, Berlin is connected to other cities in Germany as well as worldwide through its two airports, “Flughafen Schönefeld” and “Flughafen Tegel”, train connections and the well-developed German motorway network.
As the German capital, Berlin is not only a magnet for tourists, but also for students, couples, singles and anyone who wants to experience the vibrant and multicultural city. Living in Berlin also means living between contemporary architecture and historical monuments, like the Brandenburger Tor and the Reichstag. Berlin is a home for arts and culture, accommodating more than 170 museums as well as several theaters, opera houses and exhibitions. In the summer, you can experience open-air concerts or theaters and enjoy the sun in one of the beach bars after a shopping trip on “Kurfürstendamm”. All these aspects make the city not only an experience for tourist, but also for those living in Berlin.