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Berlin is a gritty, urban hotspot that boasts a vibrant arts and culture scene and is filled with an eclectic mix of communist and contemporary architecture. Tourists flock to the city for its abundance of quirky design-led bars, cafes, and restaurants, its collection of historic monuments and unique art galleries, and its non-stop, colourful night life. There’s a little something for everyone in Berlin, too, whether you’re looking to delve into the city’s tumultuous history, to see some of the moving artwork on the East Side Gallery, or to simply let loose and have a good time. Whatever you’re hoping to discover, we have the perfect selection of spacious flats, short term rentals, and boutique apartments so you don’t have to worry about finding the perfect place to stay. Browse through our collection of apartments in Berlin to find the best lodgings for your trip.

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Arriving in Berlin

The Berlin Schonefeld Airport is the main hub that services the city. It’s located on the outskirts of Berlin and is well-connected to the city centre. Firstly, there’s the Schonefeld train station which has quick, direct links into Berlin as well as surrounding areas, and there’s the local S-Bahn and regular buses that travel from the airport into town. There is also an Airport Express Train which runs between the airport and Berlin-Charlottenberg every 30 minutes. In addition, there is a busy taxi rank directly outside of the terminal.

A new, larger airport, the Airport Berlin Brandenburg is currently in construction and will take over as the main arrivals hub in the city when it’s ready.

Visitors can also arrive in Berlin by train from neighbouring countries on the efficient and quick cross-country services.

Getting Around Berlin

Berlin has an extensive and efficient public transport system, consisting of trains, buses, and a network of metro routes. The S-Bahn, the city’s train network, is reliable and fast, connecting the wider reaches of Berlin with the city centre and other parts of Germany. The metro system is one of the best in Europe, connecting all the main sightseeing spots through a series of routes and lines.

Berlin Accommodation

Amongst the numerous bastions of culture and the endless supply of historic monuments, Berlin accommodation offers a contemporary look into city life. With its daring nightlife, there are plenty of stylish hostels that cater to a younger crowd, as well as many affordable boutique hotels that flank all of the major hotspots. Regardless of the type of trip you’re looking to take there’s accommodation to suit your taste, whether that’s a sumptuous five-star hotel in the city centre, a local hostel with a lively lounge, or a rental apartment that gives you easy access to all the attractions.

Only-Be a Local in Berlin

Berlin has numerous hidden gems that are often overlooked by tourists, including its vibrant market scene. Head to Markthalle 9 in Kreuzberg which holds a weekly farmers market or browse the stalls of Weltrestaurant Markthalle and grab a schnitzel and a beer. The city also has a lively, up and coming micro-brewery landscape, so sample some of the local hops at Eschenbraeu or one of the many other new breweries. Alternatively, if you’re looking to explore the urban art scene, check out the beautiful and eerie Spreepark, an old, unused amusement park that is filled with quirky sights and colourful art. Check out our Berlin apartments the best value for money

Dance the night away – Nightlife in Berlin

Berlin is renowned for its vibrant nightlife. It’s not unusual for Berliners to head out on a Friday evening for a few drinks and not come back until Sunday afternoon. Luckily, there are loads of places where you can join in or, at least, watch the night time scenes. The complex network of courtyards and alleyways in the Hackesche Hofe are the perfect place to grab a few drinks in an intimate environment, or there’s the Kollwitz neighbourhood, known for its collection of lively cafes, restaurants, and bars.

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