82 available rentals in Berlin
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Sweet Brunnen

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Mitte - Weinberg Park, Lovely apartment with great location

  • Apartment 1 bedroom
  • Capacity2 people
  • Size35


54 €
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Great Reuter

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Schöneberg - Rathaus Schöneberg, Spacious and Modern Apartment

  • Apartment 1 bedroom
  • Capacity4 people
  • Size49


54 €
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Live like the locals in Berlin

Holiday apartments available in Berlin City Centre


The capital city of Germany, Berlin, is a fascinating place to visit especially the city centre. Central Berlin can be found in the district of Mitte which is also the ideal location when searching for comfortable holiday rentals. Of course, Mitte is the historical hub of Berlin where many famous buildings can be found such as The Reichstag which is home to the Federal German Parliament. Check out the neighborhood district of Unter den Linden.Its beautiful boulevards are perfect for an evening stroll while nearby Tiergarten has a huge park, great for relaxing, it's what holidays are all about. Don't miss out on the opportunity to visit Brandenburg Gate, one of Berlin's most famous centre attractions including Friedrichstrasse, an exciting shopping street where you can buy yourself a souvenir. Getting around Berlin is also easy to do by public transport whether you choose bus, the underground or the tram network. Travelling by tram will ensure that you get to see the city centre's major landmarks.


Rent a flat in Charlottenburg


The Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district, chic and mostly residential, had its prime during the 1920s. It then included many cinemas, nightclubs and fashion boutiques and drew in many Berliners. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the center has moved to the east, and the neighborhood has lost its popularity in favour of the neighborhoods like Mitte or Prenzlauer Berg. Yet it remains a nice place to visit, especially for its very famous Castle and its gardens overlooking the River Spree. Shopping lovers will love this district, as it houses two of the major attractions for shopping of Berlin: The mythical 3,5 km long Kurfürstendamm boulevard, which combines great prêt-à-porter boutiques, restaurants and charming cafes, and the "KaDeWe", the second largest store in Europe. If you love art, do not miss the Berggruen Museum and its exhibitions of modern art and the Museum of Photography, where you can admire the works of Helmut Newton and other famous photographers. The Memorial Church, or rather what is left of it, stands proudly on Breitscheidplatz.

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