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In the middle of the action

Arminiuskiez forms the heart of Moabit, in the district of Mitte, bordering other neighbourhoods such as Stephan- and Beusselkiez and the Westphalian Quarter (Westfälischen Viertel). It’s also connected to every corner of Berlin — in the north of the kiez is the Ringbahn line, surrounded by the main traffic routes Beussel, Turmstrasse and Stromstrasseand on Birkenstrasse you will find the underground line U9. You can surely get anywhere you need to be quickly, but you may not even want to leave...

Entrance to the U-Bahn station Birkenstrasse.

Abundance of activity

Before you let all the transportation options carry you away, you might want to consider if it’s even worth leaving the neighbourhood at all. A multitude of indoor and outdoor leisure activities are available to entertain you any time of year. You can get fit playing football at the Emmie playground, walking in Union Park, or throwing frisbees in Moabit's city park. If exercise isn’t your thing, the many small antique, book, and flower shops provide a charming backdrop for strolling leisurely on sunny days. For larger purchases, simply cross Stromstrasse for a worthwhile visit to the Schultheiss Quartier. Don’t let the cold, dark days keep you at home in the winter; you can still explore the cultural facets of the neighbourhood. We recommend the changing exhibitions in the art gallery Å+, regular events in the theatre X, or almost daily live performances in the Kallasch& - Moabit bar project.

One of the many charming cafes on Unionstrasse.

A gourmet excursion

The gastronomic variety of the neighbourhood has all the options of a perfect holiday. Start your culinary journey on Birkenstrasse with a hearty breakfast at Café Tirrée or at Birkenwunder. The tour continues in the Arminius Market Hall (which gives the district its name) with a lunchtime excursion into the kitchens of Canada, Vietnam, or Peru. Afterwards you can relax with a coffee in the Garcia coffee bar or at Waldcafé on Waldstrasse. For dinner, step into Italy at Ristorante La Tettoia or return to Birkenstrasse for local German cuisine at the Dicker Engel Inn.

Moabit bars you shouldn't miss

If you don't want to end the evening there, the night is just beginning at Heine Bar at Pulitzbrücke or at Bar Zur Grünen Linde on Emdener Strasse. Keep the night going at one of the parties that occasionally take place in the Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik (ZK / U for short). Alternatively, you can also cross the Beussel Bridge northwards. Every second weekend, people who like to party dance outdoors in the Heideglüllen - regardless of whether it is dark or light.

The market hall after which the neighbourhood is named: Arminiusmarkthalle.

The people next door

Regardless of whether you prefer to spend your time in the fresh air, looking at works of art or scouring the bars in search of various delicacies: It is not difficult to find like-minded people here. The range of opportunities at Arminiuskiez attracts a melting pot of residents. Here socialising with neighbours is encouraged, and you may find yourself recognising faces on the street. Students, young couples, families, and older generations from diverse roots come together to form a community unique to this part of Berlin. Here the big city glow rarely fades - exactly when you want it to.

The Arminiuskiez in a nutshell

Both children and adults will find a number of opportunities to be active in sports or games. You can also explore the gastronomic offer together or take part in cultural events. Arminiuskiez, as well as the rest of Moabit, offers its residents a charmed life. If you would like to be part of this varied district, we recommend you take a look at our portfolio.

What you need to know

Written by:

Philipp Müller

Philipp is at home in Berlin and loves to explore the city in all its facets. Here he shares his experiences, new discoveries, and helpful tips with the readers.

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