Tiergarten is a region that includes Berlin’s huge and oldest Tiergarten Park and a business-residential district, located close to Bahnhof Zoo. The Tiergarten Park was redesigned several times according to various models as per the plan created by the famous architect Peter Joseph Lenné. Berlin’s proactive artworks, memorials and thoughtful sculptures are very much visible in this neighbourhood, offering you so much to explore in this quaint area. The district is laced with canals and bordered by the River Spree. Over the course of time, Tiergarten has transformed from a hunting ground of the nobility to the green lungs of the metropolis. While visiting this neighbourhood you will surely get a relaxing vibe in its air.
The neighbourhood is home to many famous site such as the Siegessaeule - Victory Tower, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag (Germany's parliament) and the Holocaust Memorial. You will fall in love with this place if you like unique artworks, wooded parklands and flea markets. Despite being centrally located, Tiergarten’s beautiful curving paths and woody walkways offers you great respite from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. Explore the southern part of this neighbourhood and you’ll pass skyscraper-dotted Potsdamer Platz square and embassies. The area truly buzzes with commerce including restaurants, chic cafes and art-galleries.
Tiergarten neighbourhood remains blissfully quiet while keeping you close to all the action. Today, the area is a political centre of the Federal Republic of Germany and the quarters of this district are very unique from each other. For example, Alt Moabit is an old industry neighbourhood while the new Potsdamer Platz is a modern embassy quarter. The area is home to some of the most impressive and magnificent governance buildings along with various architectonically refined culture buildings.
Berliners love to live in urban paradise and Tiergarten is the neighbourhood that combines both- tranquil and modern feel. If you plan to stay in Tiergarten neighbourhood, and especially around Potsdamer Platz, you’ll be surrounded by embassies and corporate headquarters. But with the opening of Gleisdreieck Park and luxury serviced apartments in this area, it is much more likely that you’ll find the right fit. Flatshares, serviced apartments and independent homes are available on rent for short as well as extended stay in Toergarten, keeping you in pace with the fervour of city life.
Cultural offerings in Tiergarten is diverse and extensive worldwide famous stage shows reside in this district or come here temporarily. Many significant art collections are located in the museums of this neighbourhood like Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand, Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart and Deutsche Kinemathek, among others. Tiergarten is famous for being home to many popular attractions that holds international reputation and represents the diverse heritage of the city. It’s fair to say that if you love cultural extravaganza, you've come to the right place.
Whether you are looking for clothing stores, groceries or electronics stores, you'll find almost everything at Tiergarten neighbourhood. Tiergarten area defines the latest fashion trends and shopping zones are bundled here. One of the most popular shopping malls here is Potsdamer Platz Arcades in the Potsdamer Straße, where you’ll find all well-known labels, such as H&M, Hugendubel and Zara. Many exclusive shops are also situated here, as many fashion designers live in this neighbourhood. Target your favourite stores while shopping as cool new boutiques, fashion stores and shops are sprouting up every day in this the neighbourhood, making it popular amongst tourists.
Centrally located, Tiergarten is easily accessible via all major public transport and is well-connected to the other quarters in Berlin. The S-Bahn (Suburban railway) with lines S3, S5, S7 and S9 are the most important east-west-connection within Berlin City and connects Tiergarten with other neighbourhoods. You can commute by subway as line U2 passes the Tiergarten and travels from the west to the direction of the eastwards. In 2006 the new central station-Hauptbahnhof was started, which is Europe’s biggest tunnel station and an important railway junction of Berlin.
The Tegel and Schönefeld Airport is just 20 and 30 minutes away respectively from this district. If you are travelling via train, Hauptbahnhof Station is just 13 minutes away while East Side Gallery is just 25 minutes away when you travel via public transit.
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