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- Brandenburg Gate
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Cathedral
- Berlin Wall
- Kaiser Willhelm Memorial Church
- German Opera
- Potsdam Plaza
- Pergamon Museum
- Berlin State Opera
- Museum Island
- Köpenick Palace
- Schönefeld Airport
- Tegel Airport
- Unter Den Linden
- Holocaust Memorial
- TV Tower
- Hackesche Höfe
- Marienkirche Church
- Bellevue Palace
- Friedrichswerdersche Kirche
- Charlottenburg Palace Park
- Pfaueninsel Island
- German Historical Museum
- DDR Museum
- Berlin Jewish Museum
- Deutsches Currywurst Museum
- German Technology Museum
- Deutscher Dom
- Französicher Dom
- Europa Centre
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Holiday apartments in Berlin! GowithOh to the colorful City of Change
Few cities have seen as much change in the last 30 years as Berlin and it is now considered as one of the trendiest capitals in Europe. Whether you’re visiting for the city’s nightlife or to take in its history, our Berlin holiday apartment rentals are the answer to your accommodation needs. Ideal for groups, families, couples and solo travelers alike, our Berlin apartments let you see a side of the city usually reserved for the locals, as well as offering space, privacy and convenience you’d never find in a hotel.
Berlin's a big city and if you’ve not visited before, the choice of our holiday apartments in Berlin could be a bit overwhelming! That’s why we’ve written a detailed guide to Berlin’s districts and areas to help you choose the right Berlin apartment for your short stay. Each Berlin guide contains also information about how to get around and what to do in the colorful city.
A little more about renting a Berlin Holiday Apartment with us
We’re trying to help you get the best out of your holidays, which is why GowithOh offers a wide range of Berlin vacation rentals to suit everyone. Our vacational apartments are situated in the city center close to Alexanderplatz, Prenzlauer Berg and other important monuments and places in Berlin. On our website you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for and if not, call us and we’ll be happy to help you find the right vacation rental in Berlin with exactly the right features just for you.
Why it is a good idea reserve an apartment rental for your Berlin holidays?Keep an eye on a last minute apartment offers in Berlin by checking the calendar of the different holiday apartment rentals on our website or stay updated about deals via our newsletter and social media channels.
Why is a Berlin apartment a better option than a hotel or hostel?
First, having a look at the financial advantage staying in an apartment in comparison with staying in a hotel or hostel in Berlin leaves you more budget to spend on free-time activities, delicious food or souvenir shopping.
In addition to that, you’ll also enjoy more privacy and flexibility with your decision of booking a vacation rental. Go groceries shopping just as the locals do and cook your own meals in your apartment and sleep as long as your heart desires, without missing the breakfast hours in the hotel.
The size and features between a comfortable apartment and a hotel room are also worth mentioning. In our holiday apartments in Berlin you can feel just as at home.
Even more exciting is the great range of GowithOh Berlin discounts. Available to everyone who rents one of our Berlin holiday apartments, the discount vouchers save you money on things like museums admissions and tours of Berlin, and help you to make the most of your weekend getaway to Berlin.
Welcome to Berlin
Berlin is the perfect choice if you’re searching for a short city break. The German capital offers you an incomparable mix of free-time activities, such as exhibitions, different festivals, restaurants from all over the world and not to forget, lots of history to explore.
The city is the biggest in Germany and its districts are said to seem more like little unique towns, then parts of a city. Each part of Berlin tells you a story of its own. Depending on what you want to experience you choose your district.
In the following we want you to get to know Berlin a bit better by giving you interesting facts about the city. Maybe there is something you haven’t heard yet?
Little known Facts
* In the Münzstraße in Berlin Mitte you can find the longest sneaker wall in the world! The KICKZ Shop offers you more than 370 different sorts of sneakers in one wall.
* Berlin, with an area of 892 square kilometers, is nine times bigger than Paris.
* The Berliner Fernsehturm (Television Tower) is the tallest building in Germany and one of the tallest constructions in Europe.
* The city is famous for its pigeons. But did you know that they add daily about 10,000kg of excrements to Berlins streets?
* Every weekend more than 10,000 people are dancing the night away in the nightclubs of the German city.
Culture and Main Attractions
Our city apartments help you get the most out of your vacation in Berlin. Prepare yourself a nice dinner after a log day in the city or enjoy a great movie on the couch.
The most famous landmark in Germany is presumably Berlin's Brandenburg Gate. Other monuments you cannot miss on your city break to the German capital are the Berlin Wall Memorial and Documentation Centre, Reichtstag, Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm), the stunning square Gendarmenmarkt, the shopping street Kurfürstendamm, Charlottenbug Palace and the Museum Island.
Besides, Berlin is well-known for its unique nightlife. From glamorous restaurants and bars to original places as they can only be find in Berlin.
Whatever you’re looking for during your stay in this diverse city we offer you the matching city apartment to suit your needs and make your stay something special. Looking for more detailed information and tips for your vacation in Berlin? Download our Berlin city guide and get around like the locals, eat where the locals eat and find the perfect district for your preferences.
You love shopping? Welcome to Berlin's shopping paradise! Being the biggest city in Germany there is not only a lot of space to fit modern shopping malls and designer shops, but also many traditional flea markets and of course, famous department stores.
We recommend you to visit the already in 1907 built shopping mall KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens). A walk through its gourmet department (6th floor) is an adventure, even if you’re not looking to buy something. Other great malls are Alexa shopping mall at the Alexanderplatz and the Europa-Center in Charlottenburg.
Want to visit antique and flea markets in Berlin? Don’t miss the popular flea market in the Mauerpark. Here you even have the possibility to sing outdoor karaoke.
The best way to get around in Berlin is the enormous and sometimes confusing public transport system. You can reach the majority of the main monuments by U-Bahn (metro) and S-Bahn (fast train), as well as the bus service. To get your itinerary easily and to not get lost in the traffic jungle we suggest to download the mobile app of the operating transport company BVG. Search also for a tourist information to get your Berlin map including an overview and map of the public transport system. However, you could also use the Metrobus, Tram and other services.
Germany is said to be always rainy and cold. In fact, it’s not significantly colder or rainier in Berlin than in other northern European cities, such as Paris or Prague. It’s true that the continental climate makes the weather rather unpredictable, but if you travel in early fall and summer you should be completely fine. Nevertheless, we recommend you to pack an umbrella just in case and a jacket for the evenings.
Food and Drink
Berlin has been a melting pot of cultures from all over Europe and even the world and it is still. No wonder why it’s rather difficult to distinguish a clear Berlin food culture. Its cuisine is more an adventure and a safari through the different kitchens Europe’s united with traditional German dishes. Sounds interesting? It definitely is! Try for example the dish that belongs to Berlin as much as the Brandenburg Gate, Currywurst. Although Hamburg is claiming that the spicy dish was invented there. Another curiosity might be that the Döner Kebab has its origins actually in Berlin and not as expected in Turkey.
The German capital offers you also a wide range of typical German dishes, such as Eisbein and Würzfleisch with the famous Sauerkraut. Not to forget that you have to go for brunch once you’re in Berlin. Germans love to go small cafes and restaurants for long buffet brunches on Sundays. This is probably the only time when rushing Berlin stands still for some time.
A few words more about GowithOh…
So, you’ve chosen the area and decided what you want to see in Berlin, now there’s just the small matter of choosing your Berlin apartment. All of our Berlin apartments are of a high quality, but each has its individual quirks.
Still not able to decide on your favorite apartment in Berlin? We know the feeling! So remember that besides searching through our website you can give us a ring any day of the year to discuss options or make the booking of your apartment for 3 nights or longer. Our multilingual team is here to help you at any stage of the process and will also be at your beck and call during your time in Berlin.
More info about what to see and do from our short-stay apartment in Berlin
We’ve seen a lot of change in Berlin in the eight years we’ve been here and we’re sure the city’s rapid pace of change won’t slow down anytime soon. Berlin is one of Europe’s most famous hotspots and definitely worth a visit… or two!
So what to visit when you’re in the German capital? Here we give you some suggestions of what you can explore at the doorstep of your Berlin apartment:
• One top tip when visiting Berlin would be to venture out of your Berlin vacation rental to the famous Brandenburg Gate. It’s the landmark of Berlin and was built in the 18th century. From there you can walk down the boulevard Unter den Linden (“Under the linden trees”) until you’ll get to the Humboldt University, one of the oldest universities in Germany. Often during summer you can find a small book flea market in front of it.
• A must do in Berlin is as well a visit to the picturesque enclosed courtyard complex, the Hackesche Höfe. It’s the largest of its kind in Germany. Locals and visitors enjoy this place equally. In contrast to the Höfe the nearby Haus Schwarzenberg offers a more alternative style of courtyard. The Café Cinema located here has a really nice bohemian feel to it and is ideal for grabbing a coffee.
•Visiting Berlin you should also learn a bit about its history. The city has been through so much change, that you cannot close your eyes from it anyways. We advise you to add the Holocaust memorial to your itinerary. This striking memorial was commissioned to honor the murdered Jews in Europe. Walk around Peter Eisenman’s conceptual design and you’ll see there’s also an underground information center. It’s very informative, offering details about the Jewish people who suffered at the hands of the Nazis as well as about the design and construction of the memorial itself.