The capital of Germany, Berlin is one of the oldest and most historic cities in the whole of Europe. Boasting a wealth of museums, art galleries and amazing restaurants you'll be never short of things to do whilst staying in this magical city! Here at Holiday Rentals we have a massive range of different Berlin apartments and accommodation options for you to choose from, so don't delay in booking your next fantastic holiday here.
There is always something to do in Berlin. Each month of the calendar sees a new event or festival bring people flocking to Berlin properties, from the Berlin Film Festival in February to the musical extravaganza of the Festage, a 10 day festival of concerts in April, the JazzFest Berlin to the famous Berlin Christmas markets. There are some remarkable sights to see in Berlin too, from the Brandenburger Tor to the monuments of the Berlin Wall, the Berlin Zoo to the Tiergarten Park.
A holiday rental apartment in Berlin city centre is an ideal base for exploring the best of Berlin. Tourism thrives in the city centre, with all the famous cultural institutions, art galleries and nightlife options within very close proximity.
Kopenick is a wonderfully leafy district of Berlin with many lakes and woods interspersed with some of the finest flats to rent in Berlin, as well as elaborate palaces and remnants of the Berlin Wall.
Brandenburg is a wonderfully green suburb of Berlin, adorned with beautiful castles and gardens, many of which have broken into the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. Brandenburg is a land of lakes and rivers, offering the perfect rural base from which to investigate the marvels of Berlin.
Spandau is the westernmost district of Berlin, as well as one of the oldest. The dense medieval streets and timber framed buildings are some of the only parts of the city to survive the bombing raids of WWII, and is the last remaining piece of ancient Berlin.
Although most visitors take their city breaks in Berlin between May and September, when the weather is most predictable, Berlin is a year round destination. Apartments in Berlin are in particularly high demand in July and August, as daily peaks reach around 25°C most days. In the winter, temperatures are cold, regularly dipping below 0°C, but there are some fantastic special events and things to do in Berlin during the major holidays in the winter, from the Christmas Markets to the Berlin Loveparade, although during these periods, holiday rental property in Berlin can be hard to find.
Finding a flight to Berlin is easy. There are actually three Berlin airports, two of which receive direct flights from the UK. There are a huge number of daily flights fromLondonto Berlin, as well as from British airports throughout the country. Berlin Air, British Airways and easyJetare among the many airlines offering cheap flights to Berlin’s airports.