Location Blücherstraße in Kreuzberg leads from Mehringdamm at its northwest end to Südstern in the southeast. Between Mehringdamm and Urbanstraße, Blücherstraße is busy, but beyond Baerwaldstraße, you don't notice it at all. Opposite the house at number 32 - but far enough away - is the Blücherstraße sports field. For this reason, the front building has an excellent light situation. Along the Fontanepromenade, which leads from Südstern to Urbanstraße, you can perfectly walk your dog and go for a jog. Two blocks further southwest, you are already at Marheinkeplatz and Bergmannstrasse, which has long been one of the city's most famous promenades. Here, the aesthetically inclined city dweller can find everything his heart desires: Pilates and Tai Chi, crime novels at "Hammett," Alpine cuisine at "Austria," Italian at "Molinari," breakfast at "Atlantic," and hip gold at Frau Behrens. Marheineke Markthalle also has a lot of fans. Of course, you can also head to the other side, toward Urbanstraße, which runs just behind the Blücherstraße sports field, and across it, to the banks, to Prinzenbad and Böcklerpark, also just three blocks. A little way along the water - which is a real eye-catcher, and not only during the summer months - and you can have your coffee in Graefekiez. Or you can follow Blücherstraße east to Südstern, walk a few hundred meters and fill up on greenery in Volkspark Hasenheide. At Südstern and Gneisenaustraße you can get to the U7, and at Mehringdamm to the U6. There are also various bus stops in the immediate vicinity. The connection to the public transport is very good. You can also get to the city highway quite quickly via Mehringdamm.