This city is steeped in history, culture and architecture, but also in nature. It brings together a wide spectrum of different personalities and cultures.
Germany’s dynamic metropolitan city continues to grow and change. One of the main up-and-coming areas in the city lies in Berlin-Mitte around Scharnhorststrasse. In a place which for decades was a ‘no-man’s land’ between east and west, is a rare, large and still relatively undiscovered site.
Bohemians of the digital age
The centre of former East Berlin is Berlin-Mitte, one of the liveliest and most popular districts in the city. Here, art and culture meet commerce and capital. Numerous galleries, studios and museums make the hearts of culture lovers beat faster. The cafés and bars in the lively Scheunenviertel (Barn Quarter) are within just a few minutes’ walk.
Café St. Oberholz, for example, is the main venue for Bohemians of the digital age. This is where artists, Mitte-hipsters, lovers, yoga-students and filmmakers come together. The fact that Berlin is currently on its way to becoming Europe’s capital for start-up companies and the internet is the talk of the town.