Berlin

The capital city is the very heart of Germany. As a business location, Berlin flows with the pulse of the time. With its new facilities in the berlinbiotechpark, Carl Zeiss Meditec is making optimal use of the outstanding conditions in the German capital to set new standards in ophthalmology.

As a gateway to Central and Eastern Europe, Berlin is also in an outstanding geographical position. With its relocation from Hennigsdorf on the northern edge of Berlin to the district of Charlottenburg in the city center, Carl Zeiss Meditec has developed in line with the dynamic growth of Berlin.

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Live and Work in Berlin

The new, state-of-the-art Berlin-Charlottenburg site offers ideal working conditions. Innovations in intraocular lenses and ophthalmology are being created in the heart of the capital. As a subsidiary of the ZEISS Group listed on the stock exchange, Carl Zeiss Meditec is internationally active, thus securing its position among global competitors. However, it is only our highly qualified, dedicated employees that make this possible. Join ZEISS in Berlin and become part of our modern corporate culture.

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Enchanting Landscape

With both the Havel and Spree rivers running through it, Berlin and its surrounding area offers an attractive landscape – not only for aquatic birds. Numerous parks in the city center serve as oases of calm away from the hubbub of the city; 18 percent of the city’s surface area is covered by forest. The lakes throughout the state of Brandenburg as well as the city of Potsdam and its river coves winding along the Havelchaussee offer a wide range of options for relaxation and leisure activities.

In Berlin, the environment and diversity are highly prized and carefully protected. This is also evident in the increasing trend for cultivating plants in gardens, backyards and allotments. With its many nature reserves, Berlin is one of the pioneers of sustainable environmental protection. 13 percent of the area of the city are nature reserves. The Tiergarten public park, the “green lungs” of the city, are well worth a visit – even for the diverse range of flora alone.

 

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Historically Fascinating

Berlin breathes history – and not only that of the Second World War. Be it the German empire, the Nazi era, or the modern age – Berlin’s history is mainly reflected in its buildings and monuments today. The remaining sections of the Berlin Wall preserved in the capital city are pieces of contemporary history that still cast a spell over visitors and locals alike.

German history comes alive in Berlin.Each building and each location has a different story to tell. Reacquaint yourself with the familiar and learn new things. Come to Berlin and write your own piece of the city's history.

 

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Room to Grow

Berlin and its population have always been in a continuous process of transformation. The city offers families, singles, Germans, and foreigners plenty of room to develop and thrive. Today, over 23 percent of the population of Berlin is below the age of 25. So it’s no wonder that the city is more involved in the areas of family and culture than most other big cities in Germany.

Discover the diversity of Berlin and make the capital city your new home.

  • Assistance provided by the Department of Urban Affairs to improve the living conditions in various districts of the city
  • Legal right to places for your children in kindergartens and day care centers

 

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Culture / Education / Leisure

Berlin is renowned for its wide range of events. Whether the Carnival of Cultures, Christopher Street Day, or the Berlin Marathon, which attracts more than 10,000 runners to the city each year, you’ll find more than enough to do. With 2,000 sports clubs, an island full of museums, clubs, bars, zoos, and numerous shopping malls, you have plenty of leisure activities to choose from. Germany’s largest leisure center for children and adolescents also ensures that the younger members of the family will enjoy themselves, too.

Anyone who needs a break from the city can head for the Baltic coast or take a trip to neighboring Poland.

 

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