Rent a Placed apartment in Berlin

View of the television tower in Berlin and other buildings in the surrounding area

Looking for an apartment in Berlin? Your search ends here

Placed in Berlin is tomorrow’s living, today. Placed in Berlin is tomorrow’s living, today. With our practical digital services, we give you the best quality of living while conveniently connecting you with your property management team and your new city. Looking to rent a Placed apartment in Berlin? Say hello to the capital! With its diversity of cafes, bars, shops and historical hotspots, it’s the perfect place to really throw yourself into life. Searching for and finding an apartment is easy as can be with Placed.

Living in Berlin: discover your new city!

Renting an apartment with Placed: check! Now it’s time to welcome you to Berlin. But where to start? The capital offers countless sights and cultural attractions – you’ll have your favourites picked out in no time. So how about an overview? Let’s begin by scaling the TV Tower. Standing 368 metres tall, it’s the highest building in Berlin you can go up using a lift. It’s located right next to Alexanderplatz with its famous World Clock.

Packed with history and abounding in green space: that’s Berlin!

Looking to rent a Placed apartment in Berlin? First, take a look around: stroll from Alexanderplatz to the Red City Hall, before turning left just before the River Spree towards the historical Nikolaiviertel quarter. You can find Berlin Cathedral in the Lustgarten park, directly opposite the completely reconstructed Berlin Palace. The Pergamon Museum, famous for its huge excavation exhibits, is also found here. The street Unter den Linden takes you from Berlin Cathedral to Brandenburg Gate. Another must-see is Berlin’s Reichstag, which was wrapped in fabric by artist Christo in 1995. The Victory Column is one of the most iconic sights in Berlin. It is located on Großer Stern square, stands 67 metres tall and is topped with a golden statue of Victoria, also known in Berlin as “Goldelse”. The city’s green lung provides plenty of space to breathe and take some timeout. Tiergarten park is a wonderful place to cycle and unwind, or to rent a boat from Café am Neuen See, or even marvel at the animals at Berlin Zoo.

Immerse yourself in Berlin – in art, culture and fashion

Berlin’s former grand boulevard, the Kurfürstendamm, is now primarily lined with high-street fashion chains. What is, however, absolutely worth seeing on the Ku’damm is the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church with its spire that was damaged during the war. Directly opposite is the Bikini Berlin, where you can find stylish shops and the rooftop Monkey Bar. The grounds of former Tempelhof Airport are also a fantastic place to stroll, go skating and play sports. The area was turned into a public recreational space following a referendum in 2008. Of course, the wall and the associated division of Berlin still shape the cityscape today. The longest preserved strip of the wall is now known first and foremost for its graffiti. It stretches from Ostbahnhof station towards the Oberbaum Bridge, along the East Side Gallery. And there are even more impressive examples of street art, inspiration and culinary delights to be had in Berlin’s many cafe and artist quarters. Discover them for yourself with bus lines 100 and 200 and take the first step to renting an apartment in Berlin – let’s go!