Life in Berlin

Berlin, Germany's vibrant capital, is a culturally and scientifically attractive location - and a popular place to live.

Living space is therefore in short supply, and finding affordable and suitable accommodations can be challenging. In particular, the market for small, furnished flats is limited. For this reason, you should look for accommodations as soon as you can.

Finding an apartment

The NeuroCure Welcome Service will be happy to privide you with a list of links to help you find an apartment in Berlin on a short- or long-term basis.

For information about different areas of the city, see http://wikitravel.org/en/Berlin.

Please note...

The NeuroCure Welcome Service can only offer advice and some limited support in searching for accommodations, and cannot give any guarantees. We strongly recommend that you ask your host for assistance.
We do not view apartments, sign contracts or give financial aid. Contracts have to be signed in person by the guest/tenant.

Public transport

A map of the main public transportation in Berlin, the S-Bahn and U-Bahn, will help you get most places you need to go. Maps for the tram and bus service, timetables, and other helpful information can be found at http://www.bvg.de/en/ .

Note: The closest S- and U-Bahn stations for Campus Charité Mitte are: S+U-Friedrichstrasse, S-Hauptbahnhof, S-Nordbahnhof, U-Oranienburger Tor and U-Naturkundemuseum.

Culture

Some of Berlin's most popular attractions include the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin TV Tower, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Potsdamer Platz, and Museum Island, to name just a few. For more information on sightseeing and special events, see the city's official website, http://www.berlin.de/en/ .