Good transit links to downtown Berlin

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The immediate surrounds are best explored on foot and by bike (which can be rented at us). Shops and restaurants are located nearby. The city’s many cultural sights and activities, such as those in the historic Mitte district, are easy to reach by U-Bahn. The southern exit of the Parchimer Allee subway station is a stone’s throw from Taut’s Home. The subway line U7 runs frequently all day and 24 hours on weekends. It crosses the city and stops at a number of important junctions and train stations. Northern Neukölln and Kreuzberg (very popular among young people + hipsters) are only a few U-Bahn stations away. The central train station can be reached in about 30 minutes, and Alexanderplatz and Friedrichstraße in about 20-25 minutes. To the southeast, the the U7 feeds into Berlin’s main ring route or takes you to the bus heading for Berlin-Schönefeld Airport (SXF). The ring route will take you to wealthy Charlottenburg, or to other hip districts like Friedrichshain or Prenzlauer Berg. In addition, about 150 m from Taut’s Home, the M46 bus is a direct and convenient trip to western Berlin and stations at Zoo and Südkreuz. If you’re going by car, no problem: the new urban highway A100 and its extension A113 aren’t far, and parking near Taut’s Home is always simple to find.

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