Vacationers who are hoping to find apartment rentals in Germany have many different options, as they are the most common property type in this destination. Additionally, the average size of apartment rentals in Germany is 60 m² and they cost, on average, $166 a night. Moreover, most apartment rentals in this destination can welcome 4 people, which makes it a great destination for medium-sized groups and families. House rentals represent the second most typical accommodation type in Germany. House rentals in Germany are 91 m² on average, with average prices of $227 a night.
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Choose a filter above to search and find an offer meeting your requirements among the 356,242 rentals in Germany. You can easily search and find a vacation rental meeting your criteria in Germany if you want to tune out with some TV time or you can't imagine a vacation without internet, as most accommodations offer "TVs" and "internet." Not as many vacation rentals in Germany are available if you like to end your days curled up by the fire or if you want a rental providing a crib as "cribs" and "fireplaces" are not very popular features in Germany.
Price and Availability Index in Germany
Vacation Rental Price Information in Germany
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Germany. in Germany, prices can go up to $177 (7/3 - 7/10). Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of January (1/16 - 1/23).
Rental Availability Information in Germany
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Germanyfor the next twelve months. More people travel to Germany a week in December (12/26 - 1/2). So far, 68% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in April (4/10 - 4/17).
Enjoy a charming European getaway with vacation rentals in Germany
Located in Central Europe, Germany is renowned for its fascinating heritage, fairy-tale castles, culinary delights, and vibrant nightlife. Berlin is the cosmopolitan capital city, home to the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin TV Tower, and memorials relating to WWII. Vacation rentals in Germany make a great base to explore the colourful cities and picturesque landscapes this beautiful country has to offer.
Discover Germany's cultural treasures
Pay a visit to the Brandenburg Gate; this 18th-century iconic landmark is a symbol of German reunification and a must-see attraction while you’re in Berlin. Nearby is the Reichstag building, housing the German parliament, and the expansive Tiergarten: Berlin's answer to Central Park.
Head to Museum Island, a UNESCO-protected site, to see some of the best museums in Germany. The Pergamon Museum is the crown jewel of the Museum Island. It houses a collection of unique museums such as the Middle East Museum, the Folk Museum, the Museum of Islamic Art, and the Antiquity Collection.
Also in Berlin, the Dahlem Museums offer a diverse selection of non-European art and ethnographic artifacts. The Gemäldegalerie is also worth a visit, with its collections of European artworks dating back to the 13th century.
Activities in Germany with Children
The German Fairy Tale Route is a popular 600km road trip between Frankfurt and Bremen. Along the way, you'll pass through over fifty towns that offer fairy tale parades, statues from different fairy tales, concerts, and themed markets. Visit Sleeping Beauty's Castle, walk in the woods from Red Riding Hood, and climb Rapunzel's tower. This journey will bring these stories alive for children of all ages.
Munich's Deutsches Museum is one of the oldest science and technology museums in the world. The museum is filled with interactive exhibits, encouraging children to play, learn, and discover in its various sections. There are some important artifacts housed in the museum, such as the bench where the first atom was split, and the first electric dynamo.
Europa-Park is the largest theme park in Germany, and the second-largest in Europe. There are plenty of attractions for the whole family to enjoy, including a virtual reality roller coaster, boat trips, high-speed roller coasters, and fairytale-themed rides. The park also puts on a number of musicals and theatre shows aimed at children that the whole family will enjoy.
Beer festivals in Germany aren't just for adults. Munich's world-renowned Oktoberfest includes fun for the whole family, with parades, fun rides, and traditional concerts. Children are welcome in the beer tents until 8pm and are welcome at the festival markets for the entire day. Introduce your children to yummy German food in the market area, while watching traditional dancing and live music shows.
Things to do and explore in Germany
The Neuschwanstein Castle is a must-see on a trip to Germany. Located in Bavaria, this ornate castle is known for its exquisite design and architecture. Plan a visit to see the magnificent Cologne Cathedral, northern Europe's largest Gothic church and home to Cologne's Archbishop.
If you are travelling with kids, make sure to visit the Europa-Park in southwestern Germany, one of Europe's largest theme parks with over a hundred attractions and rides. Take a tour of the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, which is home to the world’s largest miniature railway exhibit.
Plan a trip to the Black Forest in southwest Germany to experience breathtaking landscapes featuring picturesque villages, evergreen forests, and rolling hills. Freiburg, the region’s largest town, is known for its beautiful vineyards and Gothic buildings.
Events to enjoy in Germany
With more than 10,000 festivals and events, Germany has plenty to offer for all ages and tastes. Some of the most popular events include the Berlin International Film Festival, Oktoberfest, Frankfurt Book Fair, and Munich Opera Festival.
Oktoberfest is the world's largest beer festival, held during late September and early October. Savor traditional sausages, enjoy local musical bands, and sample famous Bavarian beer during this folk celebration.
The Berlin International Film Festival is one of the world’s biggest film events held every February, attracting cinephiles from across the globe. More than 400 films are screened during the event, with a range of genres that include both mainstream and experimental productions.
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