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Hertz in Berlin

Since the fall of the wall, Berlin has gone from strength to strength. Germany’s capital is one of Europe’s most creative centres, an enticing mix of the avant-garde and traditional, of hedonism and highbrow culture.

Explore its vibrant arts scene, cutting-edge architecture, fabulous food, and the many poignant reminders of the city’s turbulent 20th-century history.

At every turn there’s a tale from the past to be found: the graffiti-covered remnants of the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate, the symbol of German reunification.

Berlin also knows how to pamper its visitors. Stay in five-star luxury hotels and chic boutiques or shop at design stores and dine opulently in Michelin-starred restaurants. You can also indulge in top class international performances, with artists from around the world gracing Berlin’s theatre, concert and opera stages.

We have pick-up points at Berlin Tegel Airport and throughout the city, including at Berlin-Mitte. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, we aim to get you into your car and on the road as quickly and as conveniently as possible.

Hertz Berlin Locations

Berlin Schoenefeld Airport

Airport
+49-(0)-30-60915730

Berlin Tegel Airport

Airport
+49-(0)-30-41704674

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport,
Arrivals level 0

+49-(0)-30-60915730

Berlin Charlottenburg, Kaiserdamm

Kaiserdamm 25a
+49-(0)-30-30100723

Berlin Mitte, Friedrichstrasse

Friedrichstrasse 50-55
+49-(0)-30-2424440

Berlin Adlershof, Otto Franke Strasse

Otto Franke Strasse 87,
Inside Autohaus Adlershof Car Dealership

+49-(0)-30-67822857

Berlin Neukoelln, Gottlieb Dunkel Strasse

Gottlieb-Dunkel-Strasse 43-44
+49-(0)-30-51489300

Berlin Pankow, Blankenburger Strasse

Blankenburger Strasse 85
+49-(0)-30-47469877

Berlin, Europa Center

Budapester Strasse 39
+49-(0)-30-2611053

Berlin Lichtenberg, Siegfriedstrasse

Siegfriedstrasse 168
+49-(0)-30-5596164

Berlin Main Railway Station

Europaplatz 1,
Lower level 1

+49-(0)-30-20649328

Berlin Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Am Ostbahnhof 9
+49-(0)-30-2424440

Berlin Spandau Railway Station

Europaplatz 1
+49-(0)-30-20649328

Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Am Ostbahnhof 9
049-302-424-440

A quick guide to Berlin

Berlin’s main cultural and historical sights, as well as many of its best hotels, are clustered in the central Mitte district. But make sure you venture out and explore the surrounding neighbourhoods to discover diverse districts, each boasting its own unique charms and attractions, from burgeoning art scenes to quirky shopping experiences. 

A walk through history

Over time, the Reichstag has been burned, bombed, rebuilt and wrapped in polypropylene fabric, before being capped with its iconic transparent dome, designed by Sir Norman Foster.

The seat of German Parliament remains one of Berlin’s most iconic buildings. Venture to the top of the glittering glass dome to get perfect panoramic views of the city or joina guided tour to learn more about the building’s storied past.

Marvel at the majesty of Berlin’s most recognisable landmark, the Brandenburg Gate, the symbol of division during the Cold War, which now epitomises German reunification.

The elegant triumphal arch, completed in 1791 as the royal city gate, stands guard over Pariser Platz, Take some time to visit the maze-like Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a sobering window to the past made up of 2,711 columns, commemorating the victims of the Holocaust.

Afterwards, stroll along the forested paths of the Tiergarten, Berlin’s main city park, unwinding and recharging your batteries like a local.

A short walk from here is Potsdamer Platz, one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks and another symbol of its remarkable regeneration. This was the point where the Soviet, British and American sectors met post WWII.

Today, a metal strip in the ground traces its fascinating story. Take some time to wander the surrounding streets and discover a cultural hotbed among the forest of skyscrapers. On the south side is the highlight, Kulturforum, home to the Gemäldegalerie with its wonderful collection of paintings by Europe’s old masters.

From Potsdamer Platz it’s a short walk east to Checkpoint Charlie, the most visible reminder of the former division of Berlin. It has been faithfully recreated, complete with border guards and a fascinating museum chronicling the weird and wonderful efforts of Berliners who attempted to cross the Wall in post-war Germany

Museum Island

Wander Museumsinsel (Museum Island), in the middle of the Spree and discover a collection of five monolithic museums that catalogue a staggering 6,000 years of art, artefacts, sculpture and architecture from across Europe and beyond.

The Altes Museum displays Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities. Behind it, the Neues Museum showcases the Egyptian collection, most famous among which sits the bust of Queen Nefertiti.

The temple-like Alte Nationalgalerie focuses on 19th-century European art, while the Bode-Museum, at the island's northern tip, is famous for its medieval sculptures. Best of the lot is the Pergamonmsueum, with its vast treasures from the Ancient Near East and Islamic art.

Beyond the city

Take a short drive west of Mitte to the magnificent Charlottenburg Palace, built in the late 17th century for Sophie Charlotte, Queen consort in Prussia.

Originally a small summer retreat, it grew into an exquisite rococo pile, richly furnished and packed with precious collections of art. A stroll around the sprawling park, with its shady walkways, flower beds and manicured lawns, is a must.

Just 15 minutes by car from Berlin, Potsdam makes for a delightful day trip. The largest World Heritage Site in Germany, it was once the residence of the Prussian kings.

Among its many magnificent baroque buildings is the remarkable Schloss Sanssouci, the largest World Heritage Site in Germany. There’s also Babelsberg, the oldest large-scale film studio in the world, Schinkel’s Roman Baths, and the must-see – and utterly charming – Dutch Quarter.

Car rental in Berlin allows you to explore this magnificent European capital, as well as the many treasures that lie beyond the city.

Driving in and around Berlin

Berlin is a huge city, but the centre is fairly compact, making it easy to visit all of the top attractions, both in the centre and in the outlying districts.

The A10, or Berliner Ring, circles the inner city and is a convenient way to get across town. The A100, or Berlinstadt ring, is a major orbital route that envelops the entire city and its suburbs.

Charlottenburg Palace is only a 10-minute drive from the Tiergarten via the B2 and Otto-Suhr-Allee. Potsdam is 35 minutes away on the B2 and A115.

On-street parking is limited in the Mitte district, the city centre, so it’s a good idea to use one of the main car parks around Unter den Linden, Friedrichstraße, Gendarmenmarkt and Alaxanderplatz, or one of the park and rides on the outskirts.Outside Mitte, free parking places can be found quite easily.

We have over a dozen pick-up locations dotted in and around Berlin, including at the city’s two airports. Berlin Tegel remains the main international airport until construction is completed on Brandenburg Airport, scheduled to open in 2020.

Tegel is nine kilometres north-west of the city centre and easy to reach by car, via the A100 and A111. Berlin’s smaller Schönefeld Airport is 25km south-east of the centre and also easy to reach by car. Take the A100 then join the A113.

In Germany you drive on the right. The speed limit on motorways (autobahn) is 130km/h, though note that many parts of the Autobahn have no speed limit. These areas are indicated by a circular white sign with five diagonal black lines. On main roads, the speed limit is 100km/h and on urban roads it’s 50km/h.

HERTZ BERLIN LOCATIONS

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Berlin Schoenefeld Airport

Address:Airport

Phone:+49 (0) 30 60915730

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0730-2330, Sa 0900-1800, Su 0800-2330

Berlin Tegel Airport

Address:Airport

Phone:+49 (0) 30 41704674

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-2300, Sa-Su 0800-2300

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Address:Berlin Brandenburg Airport,
Arrivals level 0

Phone:+49 (0) 30 60915730

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0730-2300, Sa 0900-1800, Su 0800-2300.

Berlin Charlottenburg, Kaiserdamm

Address:Kaiserdamm 25a

Phone:+49 (0) 30 30100723

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su 0900-1200

Berlin Mitte, Friedrichstrasse

Address:Friedrichstrasse 50-55

Phone:+49 (0) 30 2424440

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su 0900-1300

Berlin Adlershof, Otto Franke Strasse

Address:Otto Franke Strasse 87,
Inside Autohaus Adlershof Car Dealership

Phone:+49 (0) 30 67822857

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1200, Su closed

Berlin Neukoelln, Gottlieb Dunkel Strasse

Address:Gottlieb-Dunkel-Strasse 43-44

Phone:+49 (0) 30 51489300

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0630-1830, Sa 0700-1300, Su closed

Berlin Pankow, Blankenburger Strasse

Address:Blankenburger Strasse 85

Phone:+49 (0) 30 47469877

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed.

Berlin, Europa Center

Address:Budapester Strasse 39

Phone:+49 (0) 30 2611053

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1830, Sa 0800-1300, Su 0900-1300

Berlin Lichtenberg, Siegfriedstrasse

Address:Siegfriedstrasse 168

Phone:+49 (0) 30 5596164

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0630-1830, Sa 0700-1300, Su 0800-1200

Berlin Main Railway Station

Address:Europaplatz 1,
Lower level 1

Phone:+49 (0) 30 20649328

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-2200, Sa-Su 0800-1600

Berlin Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Address:Am Ostbahnhof 9

Phone:+49 (0) 30 2424440

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1900, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

Berlin Spandau Railway Station

Address:Europaplatz 1

Phone:+49 (0) 30 20649328

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0800-2200

Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Address:Am Ostbahnhof 9

Phone:049-302-424-440