Our Berlin branch lies right in the heart of the capital. You’re sure to find the perfect safe or gun safe in our showroom on Kurfürstendamm.
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A well-known advertising slogan states that Berlin is always worth a visit. But what people might not know is that our capital city is an attractive destination for guests and tourists for more than just its cultural and historical places of interest. The people that live there – and even those from the surrounding areas – love Berlin for its countless shopping facilities.
As a provider of safes, we even offer shopping facilities of our own in Berlin in the form of a subsidiary and a safe showroom. Our shop at 63 Kurfürstendamm is perfect for allowing customers to check out our range up close in person. Anyone interested in a safe, vault, gun safe or furniture safe is sure to find what they’re looking for at HARTMANN TRESORE Berlin.
We also offer a whole host of products for our commercial customers, including hotel safes and security systems, which are our speciality. Whether it’s a back-office safe, locker system, room safe or minibar, we always have the perfect security solution for any hotel wanting to offer its customers added security and convenience during their stay. For other companies and businesses with items to lock away, our range also includes key safes, drop-down safes and hazmat cabinets. What’s more, we can also come up with bespoke solutions for both the commercial sector and private use.
HARTMANN TRESORE is one of the top names in Berlin for all kinds of burglar-proof and fireproof safes. Together with our specialists, our customers are sure to always find the ideal solution to suit their needs.
Berlin has been the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany since the country’s reunification back in 1990. Boasting 3.5 million inhabitants and covering around 892 km², Berlin is the most populous and expansive city in Germany and Central Europe, not to mention the second largest city in the European Union in terms of its number of residents. On account of its history, particularly in the 20th century, the city of Berlin is a major centre of attraction for tourists from all over the world. People flock to the city – right where it all happened – trying to comprehend how it was divided after the Second World War and later reunified after the peaceful protests of the former GDR citizens.
Berlin also has a rich cultural heritage, from its established, world-famous museums and theatres right through to smaller alternative options. The city has even made a name for itself as a shopping hub over the years. In addition to the major retail outlets and fashion chains that have established themselves on Kurfürstendamm, Friedrichstraße and around Alexanderplatz, Berlin also has an up-and-coming creative fashion scene. What’s more, its many parks and expanses of water allow Berlin to offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities in the great outdoors.