12 Pièces privées, chambres partagées, appartements et studios à louer à cité universitaire à Berlin
Lovely and homely studio Potsdam Golm
Studio with kitchenette in students residence
Comfy studio in students residence in Potsdam Golm
Large and homely studio in student residence
Nice studio for long term near Mauerpark
Comfortable studio for long term in a cool residence
Bright studio in modern residence long term
Modern studio long term in a fantastic student residence
Beautiful twin bedroom in a residence near Die Berliner Eisfabrik
Homely studio for long term in Gesundbrunnen
Nice double bedroom in a design hostel near Die Berliner Eisfabrik
Cool four-bed room in a design hostel near Die Berliner Eisfabrik
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How Public Transportation works in Berlin?
The local public transport system allows you to get anywhere in Berlin — comfortably, safely and cheaply. The expanded transport network of S-Bahn, U-Bahn, buses and trams provides you with unrestricted mobility, even at night: on Fridays and Saturdays as well as the nights before public holidays, nearly all the S-Bahn and U-Bahn service operate all through the night at 15 minute intervals.The most convenient way to buy tickets is through the official ticket purchasing app for public transport in Berlin — BVG Tickets.Apprendre encore plus
Bucket list of things to do and see in Berlin
Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany, known for its historical significance, cultural attractions, and vibrant nightlife. It is famous for landmarks such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall, and the Reichstag building, as well as museums like the Berlin Museum Island, which houses a collection of five world-renowned museums. Additionally, Berlin is known for its diverse and dynamic food and drink scene, and its vibrant arts and music communities.Apprendre encore plus
How do I apply for a visa to stay in Berlin?
Germany can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country.Apprendre encore plus
Best neighbourhood to live in Berlin
Berlin is a diverse city with many different neighborhoods, each with their own unique character and atmosphere. Some popular neighborhoods in Berlin include Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg, Charlottenburg, Wedding, Charlottenburg and many more!Apprendre encore plus
How to eat like a local in Berlin?
Berlin is famous for its street food scene (currywurst, döner kebab, and pretzels) and its beer gardens, where locals love to gather and enjoy a cold brew. Berlin has a diverse culinary scene, look for restaurants that are popular with locals, such as the no-frills "Späti" (convenience store) or a traditional "Gasthaus" (pub).Apprendre encore plus
Where can I study or work remotely in Berlin?
There are many cafes in Berlin that offer a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Several cafes in the city provide a relaxing and quiet environment for working and studying. Some even have special study areas or free Wi-Fi.Apprendre encore plus
What is the average cost of living in Berlin?
Berlin is considered to be one of the more affordable cities to live in within Western Europe. However, it can vary depending on the area and lifestyle. Groceries and other necessities are generally affordable, and eating out at restaurants is also relatively inexpensive compared to other European cities. To have an idea of how much your utility bills can be, we recommend using NumbeoApprendre encore plus