This south Berlin neighborhood challenges suburban stereotypes. Steglitz tempers the commerciality of its shopping complexes and cafes with avant-garde structures like the Bierpinsel building and Die Spiegelwand Holocaust memorial. Although this neighborhood may welcome crowds of kitsch-enthusiasts during the holidays, it remains refined for the better part of the year. Catering to sippers rather than guzzlers, Steglitz converses delicately and gets its beauty sleep—all while providing central city access via its two Bahn lines.See 48 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Reserved Citizenry and Refined Tastes In Berlin's Suburbs
Not only is it easy to get to Berlin's attractions and sights, it is also straightforward to travel to the main railway station, Tegel Airport, as well as the exhibition centre."
Marion & Walter
The Stadtpark: Steglitz's Hidden Jewel
The Architectural Intersection of Traditional and Contemporary
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Dario Laganà is an Italian photographer now living in Berlin to document the city. He has a strong passion for German history, with focus on the Cold War, WWII, and the changing culture of Berlin. With the Airbnb Neighborhoods project, he had the opportunity to combine his passion for the past with the present day urban life, architecture and places of Berlin.