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Student Accommodation in Berlin

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Bed in a neat 4-bed dorm, in well-linked Schöneberg
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26 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Bunk bed in a 2 bunk bedroom in Schöneweide
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36 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Bunk bed in a 2 bunk bedroom in Schöneweide
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Bunk bed in a 2 bunk bedroom in Schöneweide
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Bunk bed in a 2 bunk bedroom in Schöneweide
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Single bed in a 4-bed room, near Park am Nordbahnhof
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From €400
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20 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Homely single bedroom near New York University, Berlin
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From €450
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21 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Inviting single bedroom in Pankow
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From €470
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29 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Charming single bedroom near the Volkspark Friedrichshain
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20 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Comfy single bedroom in Reinickendorf
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29 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Lovely single bedroom in a 3-bedroom flat, in the Neukölln neighbourhood
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18 mins by public transport to Central Berlin
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Homely single bedroom in a 3-bedroom apartment near Hermannstraße transport station
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Berlin, Germany's capital city, is renowned for being one of the most innovative, hip, and progressive capitals in Europe, if not the globe. Discover a city brimming with history and brimming with quirky food, fantastic culture, and magnificent artwork when you visit Berlin. In addition to being Germany's political and cultural capital, Berlin has one of Europe's largest densities of scientific research organizations. It is Germany's largest media and technology metropolis, and its economy has grown faster than the country's for more than a decade. Casita has hundreds of rooms in the city, check out multiple room types in our accommodation options or ask for private lets. Casita offers you a wide range of student accommodation in Berlin for you to choose from according to your needs and budget. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Berlin? 

Berlin is one of Europe's most known cities, with its rich history, eclectic architecture, and bustling cultural scene. The city boasts a significant international community and world-class universities, making it a premier place for higher education. Berlin, Germany's capital city, has been a major driving force in the country's development. The city is a popular study location because of its high-quality education and affordable living costs. This cosmopolitan city has an ever-increasing student population and is recognised as the seventh finest student city in the world.

Universities in Berlin

  1. Humboldt University of Berlin

  • 730 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away 

  • Central Station is 8-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Brandenburg Gate

  1. Berlin Institute of Technology

  • 730 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away 

  • Central Station is 9-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Berlin Zoological Garden

  1. Bard College Berlin

  • 730 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away 

  • Nordend transit station is just 4-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Pavillon im Rosengarten - Bürgerpark Pankow

  1. Berlin University of the Arts

  • 730 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away 

  • Central Station is 10-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Berlin Zoological Garden

Student Life

How much is student accommodation in Berlin?

The average monthly cost of a university apartment is 750 euros. Dining and housekeeping services are provided by several of them.

How is student life in Berlin?

Berlin's living costs are exceptionally low when compared to other European cities while providing a high quality of life. The city's student population is also rather large, which makes it easier to meet and socialize with students from various universities.

Must-Visit Places in Berlin

  1. The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is without a doubt Berlin's most iconic historic landmark (Brandenburger Tor). It was once a sign of a divided nation, but it is now a symbol of togetherness and peace. This massive Neoclassical gate was commissioned by King Frederick Wilhelm II in 1788 and was inspired by the Propylaea on the Acropolis of Athens. The 26-meter-tall sandstone monument stands in the Mitte district's Pariser Platz, just a block from the Reichstag building.

  1. Reichstag Building

The Reichstag (Reichstagsgebäude) was completed in 1894 and served as the home of the German Empire's Imperial Diet until it burned down in 1933. It was not utilized again until after Germany's reunification when it underwent a 10-year refurbishment and became the home of the German Parliament in 1999.

  1. Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon, the most popular Museum Island attraction, is also one of Berlin's top tourist attractions. The Middle East Museum, the Islamic Art Museum, and the Antiquity collection are housed in three main galleries, each occupying a wing of the vast structure.

  1. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche), one of Berlin's most remarkable landmarks, is in many ways two churches: the ultra-modern new church completed in 1961, and the ruins of the previous, including much of the 63-meter-high tower. The original, built-in 1895 in honour of Emperor Wilhelm I, was destroyed in 1943, but its ruins were incorporated into the rebuilt complex. As a result, the site has become a major Berlin icon as well as a war monument, with displays featuring mosaic remnants, architectural relics, and images. The centrepiece is a Christ figure from the old church and a Cross of Nails from Coventry Cathedral, both of which were destroyed by German bombs earlier in WWII.

Transportation in Berlin

Berlin's public transit system is extensive, reaching every nook and cranny of this huge metropolis. It connects tourists to larger Germany and beyond by taking them over, beneath, and through Berlin. The comprehensive system includes the U-Bahn, S-Bahn, buses, and trams.

Berlin's efficient public transit system is inexpensive, simple, typically on time, and quite comprehensive. Berlin celebrates World Car Free Day by providing free public transportation. All buses, S-Bahns, and trams inside the Berlin AB tariff zone are free to use (however, a Berlin BC or ABC ticket is required for trips to Brandenburg).

The best method to get around Berlin is by taking the U-Bahn underground trains or the S-Bahn regional, elevated trains, both of which are part of the city's enormous BVG public transit system.

Other Student Accommodation In Germany

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Berlin, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in Germany: 

Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich, Münster, Darmstadt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf

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