The first and most central borough of Berlin, Mitte is nestled along the impressive Spree River. If you are in Berlin, do not miss the chance to discover the capital’s most amazing, charming and artistic district, Mitte. The influential political, cultural and commercial centre of Berlin, Mitte is home to globally renowned heritage sites, modern galleries, museums and memorials such as the Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden, the Reichstag and Berlin Hauptbahnhof, among others. With such vast list of city's must-see sights, Mitte should be your first port of call when visiting the capital.
Mitte neighbourhood is uniquely fascinating and adds to the city's global appeal as it combines an old city charm with modern feel. This amazing amalgamation can be witnessed through Mitte’s popular coffee chops, art galleries, museums and restaurants. Get a magnificent introduction to Germany's grandiose past walking through the futuristic Hauptbahnhof Station, past the Reichstag building, underneath the Brandenburger Tor and epic vaults of Museuminsel as you go. Being the tourist centre of the city and owing to its distinctly cosmopolitan vibe, the area is filled with excellent nightlife and shopping stores. You’ll find some of the city’s best restaurants and cafes here, offering delicious delicacies for breakfast, lunch or a snack.
With its great amalgamation of renovated buildings, sky-scraping murals, high-fashion and high-culture, Mitte is proudly, and exclusively Berlin.
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Essentially the centre of Berlin, Mitte is where you will find Alexanderplatz, Museum Island and most tourists attractions. If you are looking for a stay in this neighbourhood, the area is home to million hotels along with several local serviced apartments. For tourists, hotels and other accommodation options are unlimited in this area. This idyllic location will keep you close to all things that the tourists love whether it stylish cafes, restaurants, shopping centres and galleries. Stay in this quaint neighbourhood to get the best Berlin experience. Making Mitte your base will also keep you close to Charlottenburg/Wilmersdorf.
Mitte’s stately backstreets is home to Michelin-starred restaurants, belle-époque Berlin hotels and treasure filled art galleries and graceful theatres that will make your stay here absolutely wonderful. The area is very much in demand among cultural buffs and tourists, looking for an abode in the artistic, lively and cultural quarter of the city.
The Mitte district has much more to offer than just the famous historical attractions, the government quarter and landmarks. The area is home to around 400 galleries, showcasing an extensive forms of fine arts such as Spandau quarter and Berlin Museum Island. There are numerous theatres like the Berlin Ensemble, Friedrichstadtpalast and Deutsches Theater apart from being the hub of unique artistic attractions such as the Philharmonic Hall. Despite the rustic historic charm of this neighbourhood, high-fashion and culture find mutual footing on the streets of Mitte. This artistically designed and lively area is perfect for those who are looking for upscale shopping experience as the area boast of Berlin’s best shopping stores and brands like H&M and Zara, Ralph Lauren and Lacoste, Gucci and Louis Vuitton. There is also a Galeries Lafayette on the strip and Friedrichstrasse, which one of the Berlins most famous shopping strips.
In many ways Mitte is the centre of the city and holds the position of being the main transfer point with the opening of the new main station Hauptbahnhof. Mostly all long and short haul trains arrive and depart from here. If you are traveling from north to south board, S1, S2 and S25. U-Bahn line 2 connects Mitte with Charlottenburg and Prenzlauer Berg.
The area has huge touristy crowd as its connectivity to the rest of the neighbourhoods is very good. Mitte is served by U-Bahn (subway, underground), S Bahn (light rail), buses and trams. During your stay in Mitte, use U-Bahn and S-Bahn to travel as these are the efficient methods of transport. Tegel Airport is just 43 min away if you travel by public transportation and 20 minutes by car without traffic. The Schönefeld Airport is around 30 minutes away from Mitte by car and 70 minutes by public transit. Other important landmarks and attractions such as Potsdamer Platz and East Side Gallery are only 15 minutes and 40 minutes away by public transit respectively.