Location & Directions
of Anna Blume is the Prenzlauer Berg with its mainly late 19th Century houses in the fast growing metropolis of Berlin.
A lively neighbourhood with a colourful, eventful history. It does not only attract many Berlin visitors on a daily basis, but its streets and rear courtyards, the density of the buildings is without comparison to the rest of Berlin. All this makes the "Kiez" a very desirable place to live.
Small shops, markets, galleries, workshops, theatres, plenty of restaurants and cafes make it even today a colourful life style in a traditional city district.
Public transport / Connections
- Underground U2
With the U2 as far as Eberswalde Straße or Senefelderplatz station, and then 10 minutes walk (800 meters)
- Tram M10
with the tram M10 to Husemannstraße or Prenzlauer Allee/Danziger Strasse, then 5 minutes walk (400 meters)
- Tram M2
with the tram M2 to Prenzlauer Allee/Danziger Strasse, then 5 minutes walk (400 meters)