Rents in Germany compared to Europe

This comparison presents the median monthly rental prices for a 1-bedroom apartment in the most expensive regions of capital cities or major urban centers, based on our in-house research.

Switzerland, Geneva € 4,122
France, Paris € 3,564
Finland, Helsinki € 2,820
Italy, Milan € 2,225
Denmark, Copenhagen € 2,071
United Kingdom € 1,999
Luxembourg € 1,800
Germany, Berlin € 1,702
Portugal, Lisbon € 1,578
Ireland, Dublin € 1,563
Greece, Athens € 1,550
Malta, Valleta € 1,540
Poland, Warsaw € 1,535
Netherlands, Amsterdam € 1,484
Belgium, Brussels € 1,445
Hungary, Budapest € 1,319
Spain, Madrid € 1,300
Lithuania, Vilnius € 1,166
Latvia, Riga € 1,132
Austria, Vienna € 1,090
Montenegro, Coastal Areas € 1,055
Czech Republic, Prague € 1,050
Norway, Oslo € 894
Slovakia, Bratislava € 800
Slovenia, Ljubljana € 775
Turkey, Istanbul € 746
Romania, Bucharest € 720
Estonia, Tallinn € 650
Cyprus, Nicosia € 600
Macedonia. Skopje € 565
Croatia, Zagreb € 550
Bulgaria, Sofia € 500

Germany's house price statistics are of moderate quality. The best source of house price time-series is the monthly hedonic house price index from Europace and the annual house price statistics from the European Central Bank. General economic data can be extracted from the Federal Statistical Office and the Bundesbank, see their Statistics | Time Series Database.