Car Hire Berlin

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

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    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

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Hertz in Berlin

Hip and dripping with history, Berlin is the capital of the reunited Germany, and one of Europe’s premier destinations for visitors. You can uncover the remnants of the Cold War here, delve further into German history or just enjoy the constantly evolving and renewing nightlife and food scenes.

Diverse, fashionable and idiosyncratic, modern Berlin attracts a young and artistic crowd that love its liberal attitude and unique atmosphere. History buffs have plenty to explore while in the city too, with many places of interest and key sites. There’s an almost unending conveyor belt of other things to relish about this truly great European city.

You’ll find a number of pick-up and drop-off locations across Berlin, many of which are conveniently located at train stations and airports. You can collect and return a vehicle from us at Berlin Main, Spandau and Ostbahnhof railway stations, as well as at Brandenburg, Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld airports. We also have locations in the city centre and out in the suburbs of Berlin as well. Once you’ve arrived, we’ll usher you into the ideal vehicle for your trip, whether that’s a sporty number or something spacious for a family holiday.

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 25a

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

Berlin-Mitte, Friedrichstrasse 50-55

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

Berlin Main Railway Station

Europaplatz 1,
Lower level 1

+49-(0)-30-20649328

Berlin-Adlershof, Otto Franke Strasse 87

Otto Franke Strasse 87,
Inside Autohaus Adlershof Car Dealership

+49-(0)-30-67822857

Berlin-Neukoelln, Gottlieb-Dunkel-Strasse 43-44

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

Berlin-Pankow, Blankenburger Strasse 85

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

Berlin, Europa Center

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

Berlin Ostbahnhof Railway Station

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

Berlin Spandau Railway Station

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

Berlin-Lichtenberg, Siegfriedstrasse 168

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

Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Am Ostbahnhof 9
049-302-424-440

BERC67

Unter den Eichen 71-73
49-0-30-85960910

A quick guide to Berlin

Berlin boasts plenty of history dating back all the way to the 12th Century, but it’s the more modern chapters of history that the city is most famous for. As inglorious as it may sometimes have been, the dark past of the city isn’t something that’s shied away from now. The Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Building, Holocaust Memorial, Berlin Wall and Jewish Museum all serve as some of Berlin’s most-visited tourist hotspots.

A trip up the Tower

The Berlin TV Tower (or ‘Berliner Fernsehturm’) can be found just next to one of Berlin’s largest and most popular squares, Alexanderplatz. Built back in the sixties, this 368-metre-tall structure is the biggest in Germany and one of the tallest in the whole of the European Union. It goes without saying, you can get some pretty special views from the top of it.

If you’re hungry, grab a bite to eat in the tower’s rotating restaurant Sphere, 207 metres above the ground. It takes an hour to do a full, 360 degree rotation, and on a clear day you can see over 60km into the distance. The extensive menu specialises in local and German delicacies.

Spy on a truly unique museum

Berlin is a city synonymous with espionage and if you’ve ever wondered how the spy game used to work, the Spy Museum Berlin is the place to visit. Found centrally in the Leipziger Platz, this fascinating museum is informative and fun, with as many interactive elements as there are traditional exhibits. The Spy Museum is a great way to spend an afternoon, and families will love competing to negotiate the laser maze.

A side order of history

Zur Letzten Instanz is Berlin’s oldest restaurant, dating all the way back to 1621. Famed for its rustic charm, the cuisine on offer here is refined German fare that doesn’t rest on its laurels and hasn’t succumbed to lowest common denominator tourist fodder. This cosy dark wood-panelled restaurant was said to be a particular favourite of Napoleon and Beethoven also dined on dishes such as pork knuckle with sauerkraut and stuffed cabbage leaves with bacon and caraway sauce.

Potter around Potsdam

A leisurely 45 minute drive south-west on the A115 or B1 will take you to the capital of Brandenburg State, Potsdam. Only 25 km away from Berlin, this eclectic city is home to the sprawling and beautiful parks and palaces of Sanssouci, known for being the largest and one of the most stunning World Heritage Sites in all of Germany.

The impressive architecture of Potsdam dates back from its time spent as the former Royal Seat of Prussia. It still retains its charm and is a hugely popular day out for Berliners as well as anyone visiting the German capital.

It doesn’t matter if your plan is to stay in the bustle of the city or to mix it up and stretch your legs a little, car hire in Berlin is the best way to see everything and miss nothing in this exciting and vibrant city.

Driving in and around Berlin

Berlin is supported by a very well planned and maintained road network and is, compared to most other major cities, remarkably easy to negotiate. You’ll find the city has superb connections, making journeying to famous sights like the Tiergarten and the Brandenburg Gate relatively easy.

The city is also perfectly placed so you can venture out in your hire car and explore more of Germany. If you are heading out, chances are you’ll make use of the famous Autobahn system. While it may be known for having no speed limit, this isn’t exactly true. Some areas do have a clearly sign-posted speed limit and in other areas, the limit can be 200mph. In Berlin city centre, speed is capped at 50 km/h (and usually 100 km/h on the surrounding highways).

If you fancy hitting the road and seeing a little more of East Germany, there are lots of intriguing, exciting and pretty towns and cities within a drivable distance of Berlin. Magdeburg is just under two hours away, along the A2. As one of the countries oldest cities, it’s home to some truly incredible buildings including the 10th century Dom.

If in the mood for a longer road trip around Germany, Dresden is 190km south on the A13. The restored capital of Saxony makes for an excellent day out. Also, it’s well worth a visit to the nearby cities of Leipzig (two hours south on the A9) and Hannover - a three hour drive west on the A2.

It’s too far for a simple day trip, but many visitors combine Berlin in the north with a jaunt to Munich in the south. Here you can peer inside the beer halls and get out into the Bavarian countryside.

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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 25a

Address:Kaiserdamm 25a

Phone:+49 (0) 30 30100723

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed. Effective 31 December 218: Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su 0900-1200

Berlin-Mitte, Friedrichstrasse 50-55

Address:Friedrichstrasse 50-55

Phone:+49 (0) 30 2424440

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

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-Adlershof, Otto Franke Strasse 87

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 43-44

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 85

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 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

Berlin-Lichtenberg, Siegfriedstrasse 168

Address:Siegfriedstrasse 168

Phone:+49 (0) 30 5596164

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

Ostbahnhof Railway Station

Address:Am Ostbahnhof 9

Phone:049-302-424-440

BERC67

Address:Unter den Eichen 71-73

Phone:49-0-30-85960910

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0800-1200. Su 0900-1100