As a new Berliner, you might come from a country where it’s warm enough in winter, so you don’t need to heat; or where radiators and heaters work differently. Here I introduce you to the German way of heating and ventilating.
Posts Categorized: Housing
The photo below was taken from my balcony. I just moved into my apartment, paying 270 EUR for a tiled kitchen and bathroom, central heating, two supermarkets and bus stop in front, and a U-Bahn connection 14 mins away from Alexanderplatz, and 8 mins from the Friedrichshain pub area.
Were you ever confused over some administrational stuff that you had to do? There is a free city service hotline in Berlin – and since recently, they also speak English.
In my article 4 Tips for Finding a Cheap Flat in Berlin, tip number 4 was: Get a WBS.