Berlin is such a diverse city that anyone can find the perfect neighborhood for him. Charlottenburg is one of the most stylish and elegant neighborhoods, where you will find the luxurious shopping boulevard Kurfürstendamm, home to the KaDeWe department store. The zoo was the central point of West Berlin in the past, while Alexanderplatz was the center of East Berlin. This area is also home to the Bikini Berlin shopping center, the Erotic Museum and where sausage stalls are mixed with luxury restaurants.
The area around Savignyplatz is perfect for rest and relaxation. This is where young families and friends gather on weekends to hang out in one of their many cafes.
Many politicians and celebrities live in Charlottenburg and the total population of the district is 142 000 inhabitants. It has beautiful old buildings with high ceilings and decorative plaster motifs.
UNIVERSITIES IN CHARLOTTENBURG
Technical University of Berlin
The Technical University (TU) is located in the Ernst-Reuter square, which can easily be reached by public transport. It is one of the best universities in Germany and it studies more than 30 0000 people.
University of the Arts
This is one of the largest and most versatile art universities in the world, and is located on Hardenbergstraße in Charlottenburg. It offers a variety of studios ranging from Fine Arts to Design, Music or Performing Arts.
The ESCP is a business school located in Charlottenburg which belongs to the group ESCP Europe, whose oldest school was founded in 1819 in Paris.
The Hochschule University is also located in Ernst-Reuter Square and offers undergraduate and master's programs in German and English or in English only, as well as business studies programs (MBA) focused mainly on economics.
Charlottenburg has good connections to the rest of Berlin with the S-Bahn and the underground network. The University of Arts and Technical University are only a few minutes away from the Tiergarten S-Bahn or Zoologischer Garten stations. From Alexanderplatz it takes about 20 minutes to reach the University of Arts (S5, S7, S75) and about 16 minutes to the Technical University (S5, S7, S75).
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