In Schöneberg you‘ll find everything you need - but with more ease than anywhere else.
The village market woman, the Turkish barber shop, the Chinese masseuse and the Scottish bartender – they‘re always within reach and happy to welcome you.
Distances are short, the possibilities endless.
Besides the day-to-day-matters the area between Goeben-und Potsdamer Straße offers a variety of culture and art, from sophisticated to purely entertaining.
For sports and leisure the "Park am Gleisdreieck" is highly recommended. You can cycle easily from Potsdamer Platz to Kreuzberg along the former railway tracks and be rewarded with delicious cake from Mr. Minsch.
Big city life with all its facets – taste it, breathe it, live it: Urbanity! That‘s Schöneberg.
Adorable dresses, classy smokings and everything retro-lovers desire can be found at Mimi alias Mirjam Grese.
Antique work-and study furniture from the past 100 years lovingly restored and re-done can be obtained at Eduardo Santos in Goltzstrasse.
Next door at Café M you can treat yourself to a nice cup of coffee or tea from the impressive menu and relax with a warm refreshment in the outdoor seating area.
In 1930 Christopher Isherwood moves into his flat in Nollendorfstraße where he writes his autobiographical novel “Goodbye to Berlin”, published in 1939.
It‘s about the romance between a young writer and the nightclub singer Sally Bowles.
In 1973 Liza Minelli won the Oscar for her parts as Sally in the Musical “Cabaret”. The movie won 8 Oscars in total – a legend is born.
Peaceful and wild, posh and low budget, bourgeois and alternative - in Schöneberg you`ll find different worlds in close proximity to each other, often only one street apart.