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From its complicated 20th-century history to its current scene as one of the hippest cities in Europe, Berlin is undoubtedly an extremely popular location for remote workers. The food scene is diverse, outdoor activities are plentiful, great cafes can be found everywhere and there's a prolific art scene as well. Every neighborhood has its own vibe, leading to an array of daytime and nightlife options for everyone. Berlin is also one of the most tolerant and open-minded cities anywhere, which, along with the high level of English and relatively low cost of living, helps attract foreigners from all over the world.

Monthly cost of living for remote workers

A remote worker can expect to spend an average of 2108 2491 ${ selected_currency } per month in Berlin, with an average rent of 900 1063 ${ selected_currency }.
1 bedroom apartment / modern / central / short term
${ selected_currency } 900 1063
Basic groceries
${ selected_currency } 180 213
Dining out
12 dinners and 8 lunches
${ selected_currency } 260 307
20 coffees / teas
${ selected_currency } 55 65
Coworking space
1 month membership / hot desk
${ selected_currency } 167 197
Mobile internet
Prepaid SIM / 5 GB data / fast
${ selected_currency } 22 26
Public transportation
20 roundtrip journeys
${ selected_currency } 84 99
5 short trips
${ selected_currency } 56 66
Shared bicycles and scooters
10 trips
${ selected_currency } 16 19
Sport and cultural events
1 event
${ selected_currency } 61 72
Museums and sights
3 sights / entrance tickets
${ selected_currency } 35 41
5 nights out / 3 drinks per night
${ selected_currency } 60 71
1 month membership
${ selected_currency } 63 74
10 classes
${ selected_currency } 95 112
1 massage
${ selected_currency } 54 64
${ selected_currency } 2108 2491
Latest tips
Valuable advice straight from the experiences of your fellow remote workers.
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The East Side Gallery is a section of the Berlin Wall (1316 meters long) covered in colorful murals,ย making it an outdoor art gallery and a great place to wander around when you need a break from work.
By Karen W. Places to visit
Public transport takes you everywhere in Berlin. The network is very extensive and they usually depart every 5-10 minutes (depending on the time of the day).
By Kevin W. Transportation
Keep in mind that many places in Berlin donโ€™t accept payments with debit or credit cards. Cash only at many businesses!
By Mark A. Costs
Ahoy! Berlin has been one of the top coworking spaces in Berlin since 2012. Another great option is Betahaus Berlin. The founders there decided they wanted to create a big workshop space where people could do all types of work, including things like fixing bikes, so it offers a unique atmosphere.
By Razvan R. Workspaces
Hallesches Haus is located in Kreuzberg and is very popular for freelancers. Itโ€™s basically a general store, lunchroom and event space in one location. You can pretty much sit, work and eat here all day. But on busy days, laptops are forbidden between 12 and 3 pm to make room for lunch guests, which is fair enough.
By Razvan R. Workspaces
Average weather in Berlin
Most common months to visit: May - September
What to know
Main airport
Berlin Tegel (TXL)
Tap water
Round up for restaurants, not common for bars and services
Taxi apps
Mytaxi, Uber