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Rent a car or van at Berlin Alexanderplatz 24h Open with Europcar
Alexanderplatz is a large central square and transport hub in Berlin’s popular Mitte district. Named after the former Tsar of Russia, Alexander I, who visited Berlin back in 1805, the square is a popular and distinctive part of the city home to attractions such as TV Tower, Berlin’s highest construction.
Europcar Berlin Alexanderplatz 24h Open, is located in the Park Inn hotel – just a three minute walk from the square itself. So, if you are arriving by bus, train, taxi or via the underground system and are in need of a hire car to continue your onward journey, we’re just a stone’s throw away.
The Europcar car and van hire experience at Berlin Alexanderplatz 24 Open
With so much to see and do in Berlin and throughout the rest of Germany, it makes sense to hire a vehicle that’s comfortable, stylish and reliable. At Europcar, our range of new vehicles will get you from A to B with ease, so take a look at our extensive fleet today and book using our hassle-free, three-step booking process. It really is that simple.
While some people like to ride around the city in a small, compact vehicle such as a Volkswagen Polo or Volkswagen Golf 7, others prefer something spacious with plenty of legroom – the Volkswagen Passat Variant being ideal. We have a premium range too with the luxury Audi A6 Quattro and the Mercedes-Benz C-Klass 200 Kombi offering class, sophistication and an effortless driving experience.
Are you in need of a truck or van? Then we have something for all purposes from small van that can carry up to 2800 kilograms to larger, multi-purpose vehicles designed to hold up to 7200 kilograms.
As the central hub of Alexanderplatz never sleeps – nor do we. Our Europcar station is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience with daily, weekly and monthly car rental solutions allowing for optimum flexibility.
Discover Berlin Alexanderplatz and surroundings by car
Alexanderplatz is within close proximity to some of Berlin’s best attractions – so why not hire a vehicle and see what this fascinating part of the world has to offer?
From our Europcar station where you can easily see the iconic tower and the landmark World Time Clock, how about a trip to Museum Island – a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of five adjacent museums or visit the dome of the Reichstag building which offers great views across the city?
While animal lovers can head to AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin – home to a wealth of spectacular creatures including catfish and eagle rays – history fanatics may prefer to learn more about what happened during World War II with a trip to the Jewish Museum or the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Other historic sites include the Brandenburg Gate, one of Germany’s most-recognised landmarks around which you’ll find a host of unique shops and exquisite museums.
With easy access to four wheels, you can also venture out of Berlin and enjoy an adventure further afield. Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp is just a 50 minute drive from the capital, or you could take a 30 minute ride to Potsdam where you’ll find Sanssouci Palace and Park.
Driving in Berlin
When driving in Berlin, you’ll notice that the streets are well signposted which makes it easy to navigate from A to B. There are many cycle paths running throughout the city, however, so be sure to check your mirrors carefully before making any manoeuvres.
In Berlin and throughout the rest of Germany, you must stay on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left. Seatbelts must be worn and children under 12 should sit in the back of your vehicle. Be aware that in low-pollution zones only cars with green stickers can enter.
There is both free and paid parking in the city centre. It is often free to park on the street and if it’s not you will find parking metres nearby. Parking signs are marked with the letter P on a blue sign. There’s also a well-developed network of parking lots where you can leave your vehicle for longer periods of time.