By renting a car in Berlin, you can explore the historic capital comfortably and flexibly. For both private and business needs, Buchbinder is your competent car rental company in Berlin. We offer you from car to truck a large fleet of reliable manufacturers such as Peugeot, Hyundai or Renault. You will find us agile small cars for the city, casual sedans and spacious 9-seater for family holidays. For your uncomplicated move you rent one of our transporters. Attractive short-term and long-term rentals, the 24-hour return and the free 24-hour service hotline are some of the advantages of our car rental in Berlin. You can book your rental car conveniently online or in one of our eleven local branches. You choose a vehicle class including any optional extras and protection package and pick up your rental car for Berlin from your preferred location.
Buchbinder Car Rental offers numerous car and truck models:
You will find our car rental in Berlin at eleven locations. At Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) we are there for you in the Car Rental Pavilion. In the north of Berlin we are represented at Kapweg, in the east at Weißenseer Weg, in the south of the city at Mariendorfer Damm, as well as in Kurfürstenstraße and in the west you will find us directly at Spandau Central Station in Seegefelder Straße. From our station at the Berlin main station at Europaplatz you need only 10 min to the Brandenburg Gate and other historical sights. In addition, you can reach the zoological garden, the big green heart of the city, in 2.5 km. With its 2.1 km² it is one of the three largest parks in Germany. After you have rented a car in the station Berlin Charlottenburg, you can first visit the same named Charlottenburg Palace. You can reach this in 2 km. In the Berlin district Steglitz you will find us in the Albrechtstraße. From here you can reach the Botanical Garden and Museum in 2 km. In only 20 minutes by car you can reach the Forst Grunewald, a forest area of about 3000 hectares. Would you like to swim? Then rent a car at our station at Rudower Chaussee and drive 20 minutes to the lake Müggelsee. If you are more interested in culture, visit Neukölln, one of the most multicultural districts of Berlin.
Berlin is a fair and congress city of international reputation. The most important trade fair locations are the Berlin ExpoCenter City and the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport. The most important trade fairs include the IFA, the ILA Berlin Air Show, the Inno Trans and the ITB. The cosmopolitan city was awarded the title "City of Design" by UNESCO as the center of the metropolitan region of Berlin / Brandenburg. In addition to its exciting architecture, the cultural events, diverse festivals and lively nightlife are captivating. World-renowned museums, art treasures and secular buildings bear witness to the eventful history of the metropolis on the Spree.
The Museum Island, the modernist settlements and the palaces and parks of Potsdam and Berlin have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Museum Island with its five museums is located at the northern tip of the Spreeinsel in Berlin Mitte. The Old Museum impresses as a classicist building with its collection of antiques. The New Museum houses exhibits from the Egyptian Museum and the papyrus collection. Treasures of Byzantine art await you in the Bode Museum, while architectural constructions and sculptures can be admired in the Pergamonmuseum. The Old National Gallery was built after the model of the Acropolis and is known for its works from the 19th century. The extensive parks, castles and mansions between Potsdam and Berlin reflect the styles of different epochs:
Berlin has three opera houses as well as renowned orchestras such as the Philharmonic or the Symphony Orchestra. The city is the annual venue of the International Film Festival and known for its festivals, concerts, musicals and open-air events. The Berlin Jazz Festival, Myfest, the Biennale and the Berlin Festival are some of the popular events. The legendary Berlin nightlife takes place at trendy locations such as the Osthafen, the Hackesche Höfe and the In-Viertel Kreuzkölln between Neukölln and Kreuzberg. A charming combination of galleries and restaurants awaits you in Auguststraße. The Berlin cuisine with regional specialties such as knuckle is down to earthy. You will also find top gastronomy and international delicacies in Berlin. Experience culinary experiences and impressive views in the restaurant on the 207 meter high Berlin TV Tower. Berlin is a paradise for shopping fans. The most popular districts include Alexanderplatz, Hackesche Höfe, Kurfürstendamm, Schloßstraße and Friedrichstraße.
On theme tours such as a "culinary city tour with eat-the-world", you will discover Berlin in an original way. The gastro rally, an adventure tour or a steamboat ride are fun ways to explore Berlin. The open-air exhibition "Revolution and the Fall of the Wall" commemorates how freedom was fought in the Stasi Museum in Berlin Lichtenberg. At Checkpoint Charlie, one of the most famous of the former border crossings through the Berlin Wall, you will visit today the Wall Museum. The subsequent open-air gallery is dedicated to the theme "German division and Berlin Wall". On the presidential level of the Reichstag building, the permanent exhibition "Wrapped Reichstag" with its 4,000 exhibits offers insights into the history of the Reichstag from 1971 to 1995. During an impressive multimedia show, you will experience a journey through 300 years of history in the Brandenburg Gate Museum.
If you are traveling by car in Berlin or Germany, please note the following regulations:
Sufficient parking for your rental car can be found in Berlin in the form of free parking or paid parking garages.