There is everything here. Except for a curfew.
Kreuzberg is located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg borough and owes its name to the 66-meter-high hill Kreuzberg in Viktoriapark. Lausitzer Quartier is situated in a quiet side street, a few meters from Paul-Lincke-Ufer. You can reach Maybachufer in just 2 minutes and Görlitzer Park in 6 minutes. And if you sprain your ankle while jogging: Urban Krankenhaus, a hospital, is nearby, too. The connection to public transport is perfect: The subway station Görlitzer Bahnhof (U1, U3) is 600 meters away and Kottbusser Tor (U1, U3, U8) 750 meters.
Kreuzberg has always been a family-friendly borough. There are numerous nursery schools, primary schools, grammar schools, and sports clubs. Your child does not care about football? Welcome to the chess club Schachclub Kreuzberg e.V.! There are of course also many shops: charming neighbourhood shops for daily needs, an organic supermarket on your doorstep or trendy shops like Voo Store. “Nowkoelln Flowmarkt” flea market at Maybachufer with its wide offer of street food is especially popular. But do not try too many dishes, because there are also countless restaurants, cafés, and bars. Luckily, they are so close that you will get back home quickly, even after a long “Kreuzberg night”.
- Perfect connection to the public transport network
- Many nursery schools, primary schools, grammar schools, and associations
- A variety of restaurants, bars, clubs, and beer gardens
- Galleries, concert halls, theatres, and museums
- Playgrounds, children’s farm, parks and swimming baths
- Good medical care
- Ideal location between “Görli” and Landwehrkanal