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Get around Berlin smoothly and in style with Voi

Rent an e-scooter or an e-bike with a simple tap on your phone and get anywhere in the city within minutes.

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Navigate Berlin
by two wheels

Experience the multicultural city of Berlin on two wheels – hire an electric scooter or e-bike from Voi and move around as you like while enjoying the fresh air.

Simply get the app, tap and go!

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Your questions, answered:

What are the specific
biking rules in Berlin?

Keep to your right, use signals and give way to pedestrians at intersections, traffic lights and bus stops.

What are the
operating hours?

In Berlin, our e-scooters and e-bikes are available for rent 24/7, all year round – as long as the weather permits.

How does it work
with e-scooter parking?

Parking is permitted in most places, except in the no-parking and no-riding zones (see the in-app map).

Choose the right price plan for you

You can either pay per minute, or choose to ride more for less with a monthly Voi Pass subscription. If you want to use our vehicles a lot, but only for a limited time, you should opt for a daily pass. Check the app to see current prices in Berlin.

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Quick guide to Berlin

Berlin is a creative blend of history, modernism, edginess and organisation. A city of contrasts, where €2 food trucks and fine-dining restaurants exist side by side; where Germany’s past and future live within touching distance of each other. Regularly dubbed one of the world’s most iconic cities, Berlin has something for everybody.


Kollwitzkiez is a charming neighbourhood, known for its vibrant artistic scene, cosy cafes and lively street markets. Situated in the trendy district of Prenzlauer Berg, Kollwitzkiez is characterised by its tree-lined streets, picturesque buildings and numerous parks.

The area is named after the famous German artist Käthe Kollwitz, who lived and worked in the neighbourhood for many years. Today, Kollwitzkiez is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, offering a unique blend of history, culture and modern urban living.


Situated on the banks of the River Spree, this dynamic and multicultural neighbourhood is home to a diverse community of artists, musicians and activists, who have created a unique and eclectic urban landscape in the midst of the German capital.

Despite its reputation as a hub of counterculture and rebellion, Kreuzberg is also a place of great historical significance, with numerous museums and monuments dedicated to the city’s turbulent past. Come here for the colourful street markets, lively bars and clubs, and numerous galleries and performance spaces.


This picturesque park, located in the very heart of the city, is home to several historic monuments and sculptures. Known for its beautiful green spaces, tranquil atmosphere and stunning views of the city, Monbijoupark is the place you go to relax and unwind in the shade of the park’s many trees, or to take a leisurely ride along the river while you enjoy the peaceful sounds of the water and the surrounding nature.

The Frankfurter Allee

The Frankfurter Allee is a major thoroughfare, known for its stunning architecture, bustling streets and vibrant cultural scene. Located in the eastern part of the city, the avenue is also a hub of shopping, dining and entertainment, with numerous cafes, restaurants and shops lining the street.

You can take a stroll down the pedestrianised boulevard and take in the lively atmosphere, or check out some of the cool cultural spots like the Kino International cinema or the Frankfurter Tor, which is a famous landmark that’s been around for ages.

Television Tower

Built in the 60s by the East Germans as a way to show off their tech skills, the Television Tower is an iconic landmark that dominates Berlin’s skyline. Standing at over 360 metres tall, it’s the tallest structure in Germany and offers stunning panoramic views of the city from its observation deck.

The tower also houses a restaurant, where you can enjoy a meal while taking in the breathtaking views of the city below. Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for an amazing photo opportunity, the Television Tower is definitely worth a visit.

Do your part – safety begins with you

At Voi, we believe in safe and inclusive cities made for living. Therefore, we urge you to always consider others while riding, and park properly to help keep the pavements an accessible space for all. Keep yourself informed of the local regulations in regards to riding and parking – and abide by them.

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