About This Listing
I rent my small apartment in Berlin-Friedrichshain. The apartment has an old wooden floor. There is max. space for two people on the loft bed, which is accessed via a wooden ladder. The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge, stove, oven, washing machine, crockery, cutlery and pots and pans and everything you need. In addition, in the kitchen is a dining table for two people. There is also a small bathroom with shower available in the apartment.
Just minutes away is the subway station Frankfurter Tor. You drive just about 10 minutes from Alexanderplatz, 20 minutes minutes to the Brandenburg Tor and the Parliament and just 35 minutes to the famous Ku-Damm.
By foot you can reach a few restaurants, bars and clubs. In addition, you can have a little walk to the river Spree. Nearby there are also beautiful parks to relax or go jogging.
For further questions please contact me.
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We had a great time and Pablo apartment was bigger than we expected. Pablo was really kind and picked my friend up (as she arrived earlier) at the U-Bahn next to his place. This apartment is really central, very close to the tram and metro station. There's some breakfast places around and restaurants. It's easy to walk to the Eastern Wall, clubs, open air swimming pool. I would definitely recommend this place! (please note that there's not elevator)
About the Host, Pablo
I cannot live without a city where you can enjoy of each part of it. Taking photos and immersing in each place just only shooting.
"1Q84" of Murakmi, one of this book that you should read. One you start you will never stop reading it... the same as " A Conferency of Dunces" of J.Kennedy Toole.
My music is depend of my mood. I don't believe that there is a special music for a special moment.
Travelling with map on hand and not stopping until death.