Fidelio Relocation in Berlin is a service provider specialising in individual removal services for expatriates and their families as well as private persons wishing to make use of our customised service, both nationally and internationally.

Fidelio Relocation Service in Berlin

Fidelio Relocation specialises in getting you started in your new life, in the safest possible way. We are an global relocater, offering a individual relocation service in Berlin and 23 German cities.

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Relocation Service in BerlinAt the center of the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan area, Germany's capital is unique, a city full of a incomparable spirit of enterprise where international business, world politics, and party locations flourish next to typical neighbourhoods - “Kiez” - in a cityscape marked by history. Its metropolitan nature, dense city living and high recreational value are what attracts more and more newcomers every year.

With its 3.44 residents, Berlin is Germany's largest city, and second most populous in Europe after London. 14% of Berlin's 3.44m residents are of foreign nationality, originating from 190 countries. Another 132.000 from the rest of Germany and around the world make the city their new home every year.

Berlin's economy is dominated by the service sector

Berlin's economy is dominated by the service sector, with around 80% of all companies doing business in mostly technology-oriented services such as communication and information technology, biotechnology, medicine, traffic engineering or the media. The Science and Business Park of Berlin-Adlershof is among the 15 largest technology parks worldwide. Research and development have high economic significance for the city, and the Berlin-Brandenburg region ranks among the top-three innovative regions in the EU.

Museumsinsel in BerlinMoreover, many global corporations like Siemens, Bayer Healthcare, Pfizer, Coca-Cola, Sony, MTV and Universal Music have their German headquarters in Berlin, as well as second largest German airline Air Berlin. Automotive manufacturers Daimler and BMW both have facilities in the city. Furthermore, tourism is also increasingly developing int0 one of the main areas of Berlin's economy: its about 135 million day visitors and 9.1 million hotel guests every year put it in third place among the most-visited city destinations in the European Union.

Rents in Berlin are lower than in other German large cities

Rents in Berlin are lower than in other German large cities, and are likely to remain relatively low: in recent years, the average net monthly rent climbed to €4.83/sq m. The range starts at €4.60/sq m for relatively simple housing in pre-1948 apartments, and goes up to €7,35/sq m for brand-new apartments in newly-constructed buildings. Prices in the more popular areas are likely to be higher at between €7.50 and €11.00 / sq m, and have been rising in the past years.

Berlin a wide variety of education and childcare possibilities, namely with 448 primary schools, 279 secondary, comprehensive and highschools, 27 municipal European (bilingual)  schools, 11 international preschools, and 15 municipal and private international schools. More and more primary schools provide all-day childcare.  

SiegessäuleBerlin's many museums and art galleries, theaters and opera houses, cinemas and concert venues, trendy clubs and bars make it a bustling metropolis who thrills visitors and newcomers alike.  Its diversity and vivacity have earned it a trendsetting image among major cities in Europe and around the world. Many young people and international artists continue to settle in the city, establishing Berlin as a center of youth and popular culture in Europe.

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