Compare the rates and features of multiple suppliers in Berlin. If you have any questions or concerns, make sure to contact our excellent customer support!
Guarantee your motorhome by paying only 30% deposit
Just 3 simple steps
Since the Berlin Wall fell in Berlin in 1989, Berlin has once again gained its rightful place as one of the favoured destinations for a city-break. Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag are instantly recognisable sights, but just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Berlin's myriad attractions.
Renting a motorhome is ideal for trips to tourism draws in surrounding Brandenburg State. Nature preserves such as High Flaming and the fabulous lake district contained within Feldberger Seenlandschaft are definite highlights. The freedom of your own rental vehicle even allows for trips to Baltic Sea beaches and towns such as historic Rostock. This city's coastal suburb of Warnemunde is home to one of the fine beaches.
Potsdamer Platz is the focal point of Berlin. It gives direct access to Tiergarten park where prominent monuments include the Siegessaule Victory Column and the Bismarck Memorial. The Reichstag is at the opposite corner of the park and from there it is just minutes to the massive arches of the Brandenburg Gate.
The latest count puts the number of museums in Berlin at more than 150. Museum Island, an ensemble of five of these, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is situated on a Spree River island. The quarter's Pergamon Museum houses fabulous exhibits including the Ishtar Gate of Babylon.
Berlin Zoo occupies an 80-acre expanse of the Tiergarten. Its compounds and aquarium are home to 20,000 creatures with about 1,500 species represented. Volkspark Friedrichshain is another Berlin park with superb monuments, swimming pools and sunbathing areas. El Dorado Templin is a themed Wild West amusement park on the route north to Feldberger Seenlandschaft.
Charlottenburg is a western suburb of Berlin which is famous for the fantastic Charlottenburg Palace. Parts of the complex and the gardens are open to the public. Staterooms with Baroque d'ecor and the thousands of porcelain exhibits in the Porcelain Cabinet are a real delight.
City Camp operates two sites which are both within 20 minutes of central Berlin. Camp 1 is close to Spandau and offers guests the chance of enjoying local bars and cafe's. This site is shaded and has its own bar and waterside terrace.
Camping Sanssouci is situated in a green riverside setting close to central Potsdam. It offers full amenities which include a grocery, a restaurant and complimentary shuttles to the local train station. The reception offers rental services for bicycles and canoes.
Blutencamping Riegelspitze enjoys a lakeside spot and is shaded by lofty trees. It is in Werder and is a few kilometres west of Potsdam. A restaurant with attached beer garden, a bakery, laundry facilities, a beach and a children's playground are the principal conveniences here.
The road network surrounding Berlin is well signposted and presents drivers with few problems. Navigating routes through the lake and forest districts in Brandenburg provides exciting glimpses of this unspoilt corner of Germany. Driving in Berlin is more problematic as parking spaces are hard to find and traffic flow is regulated. Motorists drive on the right. The permitted legal limit blood-alcohol is 0.05 per cent for drivers.