Use this map to find Berlin's cheapest rent

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Use this map to find Berlin's cheapest rent
Photo: ImobilienScout

An estate agent has published a map of the Berlin transport system which takes you on a handy tour of rent prices in the capital city.


Ever wonder where the most expensive real estate in the German capital is? A new map from online estate agent ImobilienScout shows you with a map that’s already in the head of every Berliner - the S-Bahn map.

It turns out Französischestrasse metro station in the town centre is the most expensive place in the city.

For a 70 square metre apartment near the train station which is located near the historic Unter den Linden street in the heart of the city you’ll be paying on average €980 per month.

But for those who don’t care about the location at all and are only after a deal, Mahlsdorf right out in the east of the city offers the most bang for your buck.

A 70 square meter apartment there will only set you back €329 per month - and its in Martzahn, which those truly in the know say is the next big thing.

Unsurprisingly, of the metro stations inside the Ring - the overground rail line that encircles the city centre - those in the west are the priciest, with a flat by Tiergarten metro costing a dear €847.

But the best deal inside the Ring is also found in the west - Jungfernheide where a 70 square metre flat costs €539.

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