Berlin is inseparable from its cultural identity, and the richness of its culture bring people to the city by the hundreds of thousands every year. The high culture is, of course, the main attraction with its time-honoured museums, opera houses, concert halls and renowned theatres.
The centrally located district of Kreuzberg, while also home to well-known venues such as the Jewish Museum and Martin-Gropius-Bau, is renowned particularly for its municipal and private galleries, for the community playhouses tucked away in backyards and on side streets, as well as for its concert and music scene, its clubland sub-culture. Not least, it also hosts a richly diversified film scene.
All of this makes Riehmers Hofgarten the perfect springboard for those who love and live for the arts and who wish to make their dream of a modern metropolitan life come true in a unique urban sanctuary.