Movings To Berlin
Berlin might have been divided by a 160-kilometre long wall until 1989, today, however, there is no sign of separation in the German capital anymore. Its 3.7 million residents influence each other with their diverse cultures, languages and mentalities and even German residents dream of being a part of this energetic city. Are you planning a move? Our Movings to Berlin Service will fit all your needs!
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Picking up on the city’s cultural diversity, the food scene of Berlin is unparalleled as you can choose between endless cafés and restaurants without having to splash out. Middle Eastern dishes such as Falafel and Shawarma are immensely popular, while superfood lovers can experience their food heaven in one of the “instagrammable” restaurants. Finally, you should definitely kick off a Berlin night with a shot of the local peppermint liqueur called “Berliner Luft”.
With an employment rate of 76.8%, Germany takes the worldwide ranking’s seventh place. Since the 83-million country has one of the most efficient health care systems, people from all over the world wish to work in Germany. Berlin specifically is known for its flourishing and diverse start-up scene. Here talents from all industries come together to push innovative ideas forward and break traditional corporate world rules.
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Popular neighbourhoods of Berlin
Berlin has 12 districts, each consisting of multiple areas with their own highlights. We have gathered some information on four neighbourhoods that differ from each other and shine with their own characteristics:
- Friedrichshain: The average population age of 38.1 years shows that the neighbourhood of Friedrichshain especially attracts a younger audience. With its colourful graffiti, strong political standing and legendary techno clubs such as Berghain, this district perfectly portraits the raw beauty of Berlin.
- Kreuzberg: Once an extremely disreputable area of Berlin and now one of the coolest place-to-be: Kreuzberg managed to turn its image upside down and entice lots of students and artists. Famous spots are for instance the Kottbusser Tor with its Turkish restaurants as well as the Görlitzer Park with delicious street food and relaxed people.
- Charlottenburg: A noticeably calmer area is the neighbourhood of Charlottenburg. Here the average population age is at 45.6, and Charlottenburg is home to multiple millionaires and luxury properties. Activities for downtime range from shopping sprees in fine boutiques on the Ku’damm to walks in the garden of the Charlottenburg Palace.
- Steglitz-Zehlendorf: If you long for a family-friendly environment with many green areas, Steglitz-Zehlendorf is the right place for you to check out. Spend your afternoons at the Botanical Garden or the scenic Wannsee where people escape their big city life in Berlin for a moment.
Preparing your Moving to Berlin
Since you are probably already picturing yourself and your brand-new life in Berlin, we want to make a suggestion: To reduce the stress of your moving to Berlin, make sure to get your quote from SMOOVER. Cooperating with the most professional and cost-efficient moving firms, we guarantee you a smooth moving process across Europe. We know it can be hard to stay on top of things which is why we have prepared a moving checklist and some general information for your moving to Germany.
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