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We connect customers to compare rates for car hire at Berlin Schönefeld Airport and Berlin Tegel Airport. Our secure car rental booking engine assures the best online prices.  Our customers are able to search for cheap car rental in Berlin and Berlin Airports from all available companies.

There are many attractions around the Berlin where taking road trips by car are necessary, so rent a car and explore the Berlin area, or continue on your journey in Germany, such from Berlin to Munich or Franfurt for example

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There are fourteen car rental companies to choose from at Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schonefeld Airport: Alamo, Avis, Buchbinder, Budget, Caro, Enterprise, Europcar Berlin, Flizzr, Global Rent a Car, Hertz Berlin, InterRent, Keddy By Europcar and Thrifty.

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As one of Europe’s leading cultural cities Berlin offers many museums, historic sites and other places for a memorable visit.

Many landmarks remind us of the long history of Berlin, the remains of the destruction during World War II and it’s history when it was divided between east and west. Even though Berlin is a large metropolis orientating yourself in Berlin isn’t hard at all.

There are three prominent landmarks: the Church of Remembrance (the Gedchtniskirche), located in the West on the Kurfrstendamm, the Brandenburger Tor in the city district of Mitte, and the Fernsehturm (TV- tower) at Alexanderplatz in the East. Round and about these three points of interest lie the inner districts of Berlin.

The 365-meter high tower TV Tower was built between 1965 and 1969 and is located in East Berlin it reminds us of the time when Berlin was divided. Now it’s a symbol of a united city. And as one of the highest buildings in Europe it offers an marvellous view of the city both during the day and night. You can visit the observation platform located at a height of 203 meters or dine at the restaurant while enjoying the view.

The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is Berlin’s only remaining city gate, is the most known towns landmark and also symbol of the division and reunion of the city. It was situated in the no man’s land just behind the wall and reopened after the Fall of the Wall on December 22, 1989. The sandstone construction, built from 1788-91 to plans by C.G. Langhans, has 12 Doric columns and is based on the propylaeum of the Acropolis in Athens.

The Gedchtniskirche

In 1891-95, in a new-Romanesque style, the original Gedchtniskirche was built to honour the memory of Kaiser Wilhelm I and represented a symbol of the era of the German Empire. During the Second World War, the church was heavily damaged but not completely destroyed. The remaining ruins reminded the local population about the bombings of the war and were transformed into a small museum and into a memorial. In 1961-63, next to the church, the high six-sided bell tower and the flat eight-sided main building were built. The old tower ruins serve today as a church museum and a remembrance hall for peace and reconciliation.

The Reichstag

The Reichstag is a very important site in German history – its colourful past reflects the turbulence of German history since the 19th century. The Reichstag was constructed from 1884-94 by Paul Wallot, since a representative building was needed to house the parliament of the newly-founded German state. On 9 November 1918, the politician Philipp Scheidemann announced the establishment of the Republic from one of its windows. After the war, the devastated building was rebuilt in a simplified form from 1961-1971, but it was not used for parliamentary functions. After re-unification, the German Federal Government decided to use the building as a parliament once again. From 1994-1999 the Reichstag was reconstructed and extended by the Architect Sir Norman Forster Since 1999 the Reichstag is home to the Bundestag (the lower Parliament).

The Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall was originally one hundred miles long and was constructed by the Communist government of the former east. All that is left today are a few sections of the wall near the Ostbahnhof and the Reichstag. These sections have been preserved to remind Berliners of the 28-year division of their city. The remnants of the Berlin Wall now serve as an outdoor gallery of art from local and city artists.

Driving in Berlin City Centre

Driving in Berlin is a pleasure because the drivers are courteous and drive strictly by the road rules. This may also be in part because there are speed cameras everywhere, so beware!.

Inside Berlin there is a heavily congested inner ring motorway (A100), which encircles the north, west and south with the northeastern section missing. Berlin driving is not for the faint-hearted, but manageable as there are wide streets and reasonably good parking conditions - at least in most parts of the city.

Berlin has a low emission zone (Umweltzone), which contains all areas within the S-Bahn ring. All vehicles moving inside this zone (including foreign vehicles) are required to bear a green emissions sticker (Feinstaubplakette). There are exceptions, e.g., for historic cars, but not for foreign number plates. The sticker can be ordered on-line.

Berlin Tegel Airport and Car Rentals from Berlin Schönefeld Airport .

Berlin Tegel Airport:

Berlin Tegel airport has a direct connection to motorway A111 (Exit Flughafen Tegel) which further links it to motorways A10, A110 and A115 (via A110) reaching out in all directions.[169] Taxis and car hire are available at the airport, the city center (Alexanderplatz) can be reached within 25 minutes.

Berlin Schönefeld Airport:

Berlin Schönefeld Airport is the secondary international airport of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is located 18 km. southeast of Berlin near the town of Schönefeld in the state of Brandenburg and borders Berlin's southern boundary. It is the smaller of the two airports in Berlin, after Berlin Tegel Airport.

The airport can be reached via the nearby motorway A113 (Exit Schönefeld Süd) which itself is connected to motorway A100 which leads to Berlin city center and A10 which circles around Berlin and connects further to all directions.

The following companies have rental desks at the airports:

Thrifty, Sixt Berlin, Hertz Berlin, Europcar Berlin, Enterprise, Budget, Avis, Global Car Rental, and Buchbinder.

To make your car rental at Berlin Airports by booking online, please enter your booking details in the form on the left above. When complete, click show vehicles available to be presented with the vehicles available to you from Berlin Tegel Airport and Berlin Schoenefeld Airport or downtown Berlin car rental locations, complete with all inclusive prices.

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