IHateTaxis.com
Arrive Stress-Free
An International Travelers' Ground Transportation Guide

Destination Search



Currency Exchange

Euro
EUR 5:
Euro (EUR 5)
USD $5.70
CAD $7.50
AUD $8.25
NZD $8.50
GBP £4.45
JPY ¥610.00

More Currencies,
Foreign Exchange Calculator



Read More: How to Build a Travel First Aid Kit

Build your own travel first aid kit


Read More: Tips on Preventing Lost Luggage

Preventing Lost Luggage



More Things to do in Berlin, including Tours, Layover, and Overnight Ideas


Stuff to do in Berlin


Berlin Tour Ideas

SHARING PLATE FOOD TOUR IN BERLIN

SHARING PLATE FOOD TOUR IN BERLIN
Duration:
3 hours 30 minutes
From:
USD 56.70
Experience a culinary journey through Berlin! '<br>Discover with us 5 different local insider food spots and enjoy an unforgettable taste experience, sampling the various restaurants, cafes and local food spots and sharing unique food with other food lovers. You will also get to know the different eating cultures and get insider information about the restaurants that do not even know locals.<br>__<br>You want to enjoy an unforgettable culinary journey through the eyes of a real local.<br>You will explore 5 hidden food spots and taste a variety of dishes in my multicultural city.<br>By sharing unique meals with other food lovers in different restaurants, cafes and hidden tasting spots that are popular among locals you will enjoy an unforgettable taste experience.<br>Get to know insider information on the different food spots that sometimes locals do not even know.

Private Guided Walking Tour of Jewish Berlin History

Private Guided Walking Tour of Jewish Berlin History
Duration:
3 hours
From:
USD 390.00
This private guided 3-hour history tour will be covering the main sites of Berlin&rsquo;s 19th and 20th century Jewish history and the districts of Spandauer Vorstadt and Scheunenviertel (known as the &lsquo;Barn Quarter&rsquo;) in Berlin-Mitte. <br />Take in the graceful avenue Oranienburger Stra&szlig;e, where the magnificent New Synagoge was erected in 1866. Taking in the graceful avenue, Oranienburger Stra&szlig;e, where the magnificent New Synagoge was erected in 1866, you learn not only of the conflicts between German Jews and Non-Jews but of tensions between the mostly assimilated German Jewry and the so-called Eastern Jews (&lsquo;Ostjuden&rsquo;) who filled Berlin in the 1920s after fleeing dramatic anti-Jewish violence in their homelands.<br />The tour route is flexible and can be customized upon your request.

More Things to do in Berlin, including Tours, Layover, and Overnight Ideas

Home > Destinations >Country flagGermany > Brandenberg > Berlin


Berlin-Schönefeld Airport (SXF) Car Rental


Welcome to the car rental Berlin-Schönefeld Airport information page with information on Berlin-Schönefeld Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Berlin driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Berlin-Schönefeld Airport car rental options and search for the best available Berlin car rental rates in the search box below.


Berlin-Schönefeld Airport Car Rental Advice & Driving Tips




Berlin-Schönefeld Airport
Car Rental Search

Berlin-Schönefeld Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

There are counters for the car rental companies represented at the SXF Berlin-Schönefeld Airport in the pavillion in front of Terminal A.


Berlin-Schönefeld Airport Car Rental Companies

Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz, National, Sixt, Motorhomes CC-Mobile - Waltersdorfer Chaussee 100, (near airport)


Berlin Driving Information


 
Driving is on the right side of the road.


 
Berlin-Schönefeld Airport rental cars may be either automatic OR manual transmission. Make sure to verify when booking if you are not comfortable with a manual transmission.


 
Your local drivers' licence is required.


An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).


 
Berlin Driving Stress Level: 4/10

Travellers who prefer their independence and would like to explore Berlin by car will be pleasantly surprised. Compared to other large cities, Berlin is a fairly car-friendly town. Although there are traffic jams during rush-hour, the streets of Berlin are not too busy and easy to drive on. The inner city motorway and numerous main roads provide a well developed network for drivers. Berlin's districts and main sights are well signposted, so that drivers who are unfamiliar with the city will easily be able to orient themselves.


Parking garages in Berlin are known for being expensive, although they are really the only option for those wishing to park close to the central shopping areas. Most car parks in Berlin operate on a pay and display basis. Street parking is available along some residential streets, mainly in the city's eastern districts.


Driving in Germany is usually simple and most routes are well signposted. A number of fast autobahns, such as the A10, are located on the outskirts of Berlin and close to SXF Berlin-Schönefeld Airport. These main roads allow you to reach surrounding towns and cities quickly.


When returning to the airport, use the following address for navigation systems: Airport Schoenefeld, 12529 Berlin (for orientation: Mittelstrasse / Am Seegraben / B96a).


 


Berlin-Schönefeld Airport Car Rental Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends a Berlin-Schönefeld Airport car rental.

Driving in Berlin is relatively easy.



 More Berlin-Schönefeld Airport Transfer & Airport Connection Options



Last Updated: 21 Jan 2019