Short and Long Term Serviced Vacation Apartment Rentals
Whether you are planning a last minute city break for a weekend, short stay, or a holiday lasting a few weeks, long term, that will enable you to really explore the whole city, we have the perfect flats and holiday apts you need.
From luxurious romantic Berlin accommodation that will give you the perfect mix of privacy and the ability to experience the culture and cuisine of Germany, to budget friendly apartments to rent that are great for families seeking a great holiday on a shoestring. If you have special requirements - for instance self catering accommodation with disabled access or studios with pet friendly features - we will be delighted to help you out with your dream holiday.
Where to stay when you choose cheap apartments to rent in Berlin?
Berlin is comprised of several neighbourhoods, and, as this city unusually has no definite city centre, there are sites of interest to explore in every neighbourhood.
In Mitte, for instance, you can stay amongst some of the city's most historic sights, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the Alexanderplatz. Or why not stay in the Berlin Old Town district, where the ruins of some of the city's oldest buildings jostle alongside trendy modern streets?
There are plenty more neighbourhoods to explore, though, so let's look at one more: Charlottenburg. This is a great place to stay if you are travelling to the city with children as it is right next to the city's zoo.
Things to see and do when you visit the city
Whether you have come to this part of Germany for business of for leisure (or perhaps a mixture of both), you will find so many brilliant things to discover.
A short term trip should definitely involve visits to all of the main attractions in the city, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Tiergarten, the Reichstag and the Alexanderplatz. At night, you can dine out in a variety of excellent restaurants or explore the city's renowned clubbing experiences and alternative cultures.
A luxury fully furnished apartment stay in the central Mitte district is the ideal choice for anyone who wants to enjoy some of the city's most grandiose views. You will have all of the historic attractions within easy reach when you stay here.
If you stay in Charlottenburg, you will be in an area that has always historically been known for its cinema and cafe culture, and this neighbourhood continues this tradition into the present day.
Are you looking for a more alternative experience when you stay in the city? Just rent flats in a district such as Prenzlauer Berg (which is also known as Pankow). This region of the city has always been associated with punk and indie music culture.
Getting to and around Berlin: some handy transport tips for travellers
Berlin has excellent transport links to the rest of Germany (and indeed farther afield in Europe too) so no matter where you are coming from, you will find it very easy to reach the main train station or 'Hauptbahnhof'. This station has links to both regional train services and to the local train service, which is known as the 'S Bahn'.
If you are flying into Berlin, you will most probably touch down into Berlin Schönefeld Airport. Getting to the town centre from the airport is very easy, as there are regular direct Express airport buses from the airport to several boroughs in the city, such as Zoologischer Garden in Charlottenburg and Mitte.
What about seeing the sights once I'm settled into my apartment?
Once in the city, getting around is super easy. Berlin has its own metro system, known as the 'U Bahn' this stands for 'Undergrundbahn' or 'Underground train system'.
It is relatively cheap to use and runs throughout the day and evening. With 173 U Bahn stations dotted throughout the city, chances are that your serviced apartment rental or studio to rent will be situated close to one of them, so that you will be able to access the whole city with ease.
If you prefer, you can also use the city's bus system or take a taxi to your destination. Berlin is full of quirky cafes, unique bars, galleries, and fun shops to visit, and one great way to explore the city is on foot.
Use a city map to plan your route from your self catering accommodation to a destination of your choice, and there is no doubt that along the way you will discover some amazing places to eat, drink, and experience the city's world famous artistic culture. When staying in the city for a longer period, you are able to visit some of the nearby highlilghts by taking a day tour.