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What is the average rent in Berlin?

The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Berlin stands at €1,086 and for a room at €552 (including utilities).

Which district in Berlin offers the lowest rental prices?

Lichtenberg and Marzahn-Hellersdorf are a paradise for everyone on a small budget. With an average of €350 for a private room, Marzahn-Hellersdorf takes the pole position for the cheapest rooms; Lichtenberg is leading the list for the cheapest rental prices for apartments in Berlin with an average of €820, followed by Spandau with an average of €905.

Which neighbourhoods in Berlin are the safest?

In Steglitz-Zehelndorf, with 8,449 incidents per 100,000 inhabitants, you're safer than in any other district of Berlin. Marzahn-Hellersdorf also gives you a peace of mind: with 9,041 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, you're perfectly safe living here.

In which area of Berlin can you find the best choice for leisure?

Berlin Mitte exemplifies the rapid transformation of the city: the history of Berlin, or Germany, is mirrored by the Brandenburg Gate, the Museum Island or the Jewish memorial. Those who seek to catch more of the vibrant Berlin vibe, find vegan restaurants, art galleries and vintage markets in the up-and-coming district of Neukölln. It's where the cool creative minds hang out! And on Warschauer Straße in the heart of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg - the district with the youngest population - students romp around prepared for funky nightlife. In Schöneberg, alternative lifestyles between culture and a vibrant nightlife find their home.

Which district in Berlin is best connected?

In Berlin Mitte, you're in the heart of Berlin and at the same time, you can leave the city in no time, as Berlin Hauptbahnhof is located here. But also in Charlottenburg - Wilmersdorf you can reach every corner of Berlin with the U2, U7, U1, and U9.