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Holiday apartments in Berlin
Where to stay in Berlin
When choosing accommodation, you can't go wrong with a Berlin apartment. HouseTrip offers a broad array of great value holiday apartments in Berlin spread across many of the city's most popular and desirable boroughs. Mitte is the historical centre and emerging city centre, making Berlin apartments here a good base from which to explore the city. Other neighbourhoods, such as Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Prenzlauer Berg in East Central, are hip hubs for Berlin's artists, students and media workers. Not sure which area is right for you? Be sure to read our Where to Stay in Berlin guide, which will give you details on the city's diverse spots.
When to go to Berlin
The best time to stay in holiday apartments in Berlin is during the summer, when the weather usually hovers around 25°C and daylight lasts late into the evening. This is when the city has some of its biggest festivals, including Christopher Street Day celebrations and Fête de la Musique in June and the Berlin Fashion Week in July. Spring is a lovely time to stay at cottages in Berlin see the city awaken from the harsh Prussian winters, while autumn offers lovely days to explore the city and the many surrounding lakes. During winter, hot mulled wine at Germany's world famous Christmas Markets takes some of the bite out of the cold.
Getting to and around Berlin
You'll find it easy to reach your holiday apartment in Berlin. Flights arrive at two Berlin airports, Tegel International Airport and Schönefeld, which both feature regular rail and bus service to city destinations. You can also arrive via night trains from Amsterdam, Vienna, Paris, Budapest and Zurich, which is a great way to save one night at your holiday apartment in Berlin. The Berlin central train station (Hauptbahnhof) is one of Europe's most striking. Once you've arrived at your Berlin apartment, you'll find that the public transport system is excellent. Train, underground, tram and bus services are a safe, fast and economical way to explore and get around the German capital.
Cities don't get any cooler than Berlin, and apartments in trendy neighbourhoods will confirm. Germany's capital sits at the cutting edge while maintaining an inescapable sense of history. Visit the royal Prussian palaces at Charlottenburg and Sansoucci in Potsdam for an impression of imperial Germany. Take a tour of Germany's parliament, the Reichstag, and ascend the glass cupola for a glimpse into its tumultuous history. Reflect on dark chapters of Nazi Germany at the Holocaust museum. Decipher the meaning in the poignant murals of the East Side Gallery, the longest surviving section of the Berlin Wall that divided the city and its people for decades. No matter where your holiday apartment in Berlin is located, there is something of interest nearby.
Whilst staying in your holiday apartment in Berlin, there are some things you must see. Be sure to take an emotional walk through the concrete slabs of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. One of the best places to explore the East/West Germany divide is to visit Checkpoint Charlie and its fascinating museum. See the world-famous bust of ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon at the Museum Island, near some of the most beautiful villas in Berlin. Take in the incredible 360 degree aerial views from TV Tower at Alexanderplatz - you can see your holiday apartment in Berlin from this lofty height.
For nightlife, clubbers can't miss Berghain, the spiritual heartland of techno. Alternative bars and clubs can be found in trendy Kreuzberg, which is home to many attractive holiday apartments in Berlin. If your clubbing days are behind you, try the cabaret of Bar jeder Vernunft instead. If the nonstop hustle of Berlin all gets too much, take a time out in Tiergarten park for open green space and breathing room.
When hunger strikes, join the locals queuing for spicy currywurst at Curry 36, or fill up on falafel from a Turkish kebab house. If you choose self-catering holiday apartments in Berlin, you can also make the most of the food markets in Kreuzberg or Schöneberg. Berlin has a wide variety of outstanding international restaurants. For an insider's guide to dining out, be sure to read our Berlin Dining Guide for the best local eats and treats. Think German food is all meat and potatoes? Think again! Read about the many meat-free dining options in our detailed Berlin Vegetarian Food Guide.