Car rental Berlin Tegel Airport

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$23 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 10/22/2018 - 10/29/2018 at Berlin Tegel Airport
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Berlin Tegel Airport

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Mo-Fr 0700-2300
Sa-Su 0800-2300
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Airport, 13405

Telephone: +49 (0) 30 41704674

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Hertz at Berlin Tegel Airport

Vibrant, dynamic, gritty, chic - there are many words to describe Berlin, Germany's capital and home to 4 million people. Glimpses of Berlin's fascinating history are visible around every corner, but the city continues to move forward, celebrating fun and freedom. There's never a dull moment in Berlin.

Plan a vacation to the city and surrounding areas with car rental from Berlin Tegel Airport and you can absorb everything they have to offer. The location of the airport is ideal - just a 30-minute drive from the center of Berlin. When you touch down we'll help you pick up your car and be on your way quickly. If you prefer, you can book and pay in advance, selecting from our range of cars online.

There are no hidden extras to pay when you book with us and no credit card fees. Our aim is no-fuss, high-quality car rental so that you can really make the most of your time in this brilliant city.

Driving in and around Berlin

Berlin is a city of diversity, honoring its history with landmarks and museums while triumphantly celebrating its emergence as a hub of boundless creativity. Renting a car is a great way to make the most of your time in a city that delights and thrills visitors from across the globe every day.

The road network in and out of Berlin is excellent, and it’s a short drive from the airport to the center. Traffic flow permitting, it will take around 30 minutes via the B2 and B5.

When driving in Berlin, be aware that some streets are narrow and that there are a high number of cyclists in the city. In the city, there's a good range of parking lots for when you prefer to explore on foot.

Outside the city center, the A10 autobahn - Germany's version of the freeway - circles Berlin, making it easy to connect to the road network and explore other parts of the country. Carefully observe speed limits; within the city the limit is mainly 30 mph, it’s only when you get out of Berlin on the famous autobahns that you can get up to 80 mph.

Potsdam is only 15 miles from Berlin, ideal for a day trip. Take the A11 to reach this scenic city, which is sprinkled with UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Stretch your legs and indulge in a leisurely picnic in Babelsberg Park before marveling in the grandness of Sanssouci. The Summer Palace of bygone Prussian kings, it’s known for its distinctive turquoise dome and ornate tiered gardens.

From there, you can pass through the expansive Brandenburg countryside. The region provides an abundance of greenery, interspersed with lakes, rivers and canals.

A quick guide to Berlin

Berlin's evolution from its Cold War roots has seen it grow into a city famed for its uplifting spirit and appetite for life. Unpredictable and edgy, Berlin juxtaposes its history with modern culture spectacularly well, making for an unforgettable visit.

Haunting history lessons

Berlin doesn't hide from its history. The city has moved on but there are signs of its past everywhere you look. At the heart of the capital's eventful story is the Berlin Wall. Built to partition both the city and East and West Germany, it was pulled down in 1989, reuniting the two sides of a divided country. Some original remains still exist at several locations. The largest stretch is near the River Spree, which has been reinvented as the longest open-air gallery in the world. Over 100 artists contributed to the East Side Gallery, which is a cacophony of color, graffiti and political statement.

Other sights on the definitive Berlin checklist should include Checkpoint Charlie, which marked the crossing point between east and west. It's commemorated by a museum and a replica of the original border hut.

Berlin's bounty of modern culture

Carefree modern Berlin life beams out from every corner. Having carved out a reputation as a party capital, the contemporary side of the city is perhaps best defined now by its eclectic social scene. Filled with bars, clubs, cafes, restaurants, cocktail lounges and hip, laid-back drinking spots, spend your evenings strolling around Berlin after a long day sightseeing.

Berlin is bursting with flavor too. With pop up stalls all over the city, the food might just come to a street near you. A jumble of delicious cuisines fight for your attention - chicken tikka, succulent ribs, Turkish kofte, Mexican tacos... the options are endless. It's a foodie's dream. If you don't want to leave anything to chance, Street Food Thursday takes place every week in Kreuzberg.

Look up the district of Neukolln if trendy, shabby chic is your taste - you'll find art galleries, vintage fashion stores, artisan bars and trendy markets.

Explore the German countryside

Once you’ve seen the best that Berlin has to offer, head out a little further for some of the lesser known gems of northern Germany.

Hop on the S-Bahn S7 or S1 exiting at Nikolassee in your rental car and head out to Wannsee – Europe’s largest inland outdoor beach. It can get steamy in the city in the height of summer but a day on the beach provides an unexpected break.

More the adventurous type? Take a trip out to Spreewalk, a UNESCO protected nature reserve, and explore the lush forest. Hike to the traditional lagoon village of Lehde or rent a kayak for a leisurely day along the waterways.

Just over two hours south of Berlin you’ll find Dresden, once called the ‘Florence of the North’, which has emerged from the ashes of World War Two as a cultural hub. A mixture of classic and modern art museums and architecture, the spires and towers of Dresden’s marvels of design produce a skyline unlike any other.

Car rental from Berlin Tegel Airport allows you to experience every feature of this remarkable city as well as venturing further into Germany, so don’t miss the opportunity to get off the beaten track in this fascinating country.