Wedding has almost 85.0000 residents and is therefore the 3rd largest district in Berlin-Mitte and one of the most multicultural districts in the whole city. If you walk through the streets, the world seems to be reflected in a small sizing. Want a little discovery tour?
The idyllic north shore with the north port forms the border in the south of the district, while in the northern part it borders the district Reinickendorf and on the eastside it merges into Gesundbrunnen and Mitte. A special advantage of the district is the spacious green areas that can be found spread all over the district. The central located people park Rehberge is due to its forest character a special attraction point for walkers, joggers or just to pick nick. In summer an open air cinema called Freiluftkino Rehberge invites for movie nights and only a few steps away you can enjoy some relaxing hours at the lake in Freibad Plötzensee.
Wedding is easy reachable in many ways. Two subway lines cross the district and through the train station Gesundbrunnen numerous S-trains and long-distance trains run. Looking ahead the district Wedding has ideal prerequisites as economy- and scientific-location. Bayer AG, former Schering AG, is a traditional pharmaceutical company that is settled in the district since almost 150 years. One of the biggest hospitals – the Charité Campus Virchow Klinikum – is especially important as a scientific as well as economic location. The future scientific juniors are educated at the prestigious Beuth Hochschule für Technik or at Robert-Koch-Institut.
How close history and presence are, can be impressively seen in the listed buildings Osram-Höfe. Around 60 companies from different sectors settled in these impressive buildings that were formerly used as Europes biggest bulb incandescent lamp production site.
No matter if it’s culinary or culturally, Wedding lives off its variety that can be found on every street corner. At the Centre Francais with a miniature Eiffel tower you can enjoy some French flair and it is especially nice during the Fête de la Musique, where the whole city of Berlin is filled with music. Every day bustle passes you in front of Arabic and Turkish specialties retailers that exist besides classy supermarkets, cafés and snack stalls for every taste. The small barber shop is in direct neighborhood of the gym, the cities library next to the district gallery and after the swimming pool you can walk to a Korean restaurant.
If diversity, then Wedding!