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The former East German locality of Rummelsburg is predominantly a residential district of Berlin. Located in the borough of Lichtenberg, this part of the German capital has undergone an incredible transformation over the last two decades. While the area is still home to large swathes of industrial ground, the former communist housing estates are gradually being replaced by modern developments. Rummelsburg’s complicated past is just one of the reasons why visitors to Berlin are drawn to the area, and an increasing number of those visitors are moving away from hotels in favour of holiday apartments in Rummelsburg.
Vacation Rentals in Rummelsburg Offer Luxurious Seclusion
Whilst this area of Berlin is absolutely nowhere near the ocean, visitors can enjoy beach parties, white sand, and palm trees. The Rummelsburg Beach Bar provides everything you might find on a Caribbean beach – apart from the year-round sunshine! Parasols, sun loungers and catering equipment can be hired, and you can even bring your own food for a barbecue! If you’re more interested in the area’s incredible history, a trip to the Hohenschönhausen Memorial Centre may be in order. This former Stasi prison complex now serves as a fascinating museum that charts the history of the communist party’s notorious police force. Instead of staying in one of Berlin’s crowded hotels, why not consider an apartment in Berlin? Luxuriously furnished and private, you can enjoy the city at your own pace in a vacation rental from 9flats.com.
Accommodation in Rummelsburg Provides a Window into Local Life
Although Rummelsburg and the wider Lichtenburg area is not a predominant tourist destination, the region still has a charm and character all of its own. A smaller city zoo called Tierpark is nearby, and the Mies van der Rohe house is a great place to tap into Berlin’s illustrious past. Despite recent developments, much of the area’s housing is comprised of Plattenbauten – a form of prefabricated apartment building that was hugely popular under communist rule, which remains as an architectural wonder all of their own, as they are in stark contrast to the developments on the western side of the city. At every turn, Rummelsburg oozes history and culture – particularly due to its association with the Stasi and the area’s prison complex. The best way to soak up local customs and cultures is to base your stay in vacation rentals in Alt-Treptow, as you will have the opportunity to live side-by-side with the real people of Berlin.