Berlin is one of the most famous cities in Europe and also a capital city of Germany. It is best known for its tolerance and internationality, for its active nightlife, for its many bars, clubs, and cafes, for its street art, and you may also find numerous palaces, museums, and other sites of historical and cultural interests.
The speed limit in built-up areas of Berlin is 50kph and can be as low as 30 kph in crowded areas such as Mitte and City West. When traveling within the city limit and you find blinking yellow light at the intersection, it means you need to stop immediately; after the intersection is clear, you can proceed. Even if you find an empty intersection in the middle of the night, you shouldn’t run a red light as there could be radar-controlled cameras placed nearby.
There are many car rentals inside Berlin, you can find them in Friedrichstrasse (around Stadtmitte subway services), Budapester Street (near Zoo Aquarium Berlin), Salzufer (near Englische Street), Helmholtzstraße (near Hohmann Golf Sport), Unter den Linden (near The Westin Grand Hotel) and Europaplatz (near Hauptbahnhof Subway Service)
As a capital of Germany, you may find a wide selection of rental cars in Berlin. Those with limited budget can choose Peugeot 207 or Volkswagen Golf for around EUR 100 per day. A compact SUV, such as Ford Focus, is around EUR 115 and a luxury car, such as Audi A8 Automatic is available for around EUR 310.