Cheap tickets to Berlin

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Departure Wed, 29 Nov Return Tue, 05 Dec
TLV Tel Aviv
SXF Berlin
return from 144€
Departure Fri, 24 Nov Return Fri, 01 Dec
DUB Dublin
SXF Berlin
return from 59€
Departure Thu, 30 Nov Return Tue, 05 Dec
TSF Venice
SXF Berlin
return from 32€
Departure Tue, 28 Nov Return Wed, 29 Nov
BRU Brussels
SXF Berlin
return from 17€
Popular flight routes to Berlin
Tel Aviv - Berlin
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Dublin - Berlin
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Venice - Berlin
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Brussels - Berlin
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Paris - Berlin
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Amsterdam - Berlin
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Berlin holidays

Berlin sights and attractions

A Berlin break is a captivating blend of past and present, with an astounding choice of sights and attractions that appeal to all kinds of visitors. The city boasts a world-class collection of museums and galleries, scattered about the city's very eclectic neighborhoods, as well as key historical landmarks that have shaped the city's history to the modern day. Berlin is also renowned for being at the forefront of the music scene, and with a seemingly endless choice of live gigs, classical concerts and energetic nightclubs, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

What to do in Berlin

Whether you want to browse the independent shops, delve into the city's major museums or trace the city's past through the wide selection of imposing landmarks, Berlin's neighborhoods each have something to offer. See some groundbreaking art, climb the Fernsehturm television tower or cycle along the canals, then finish your day dipping into Berlin's world-famous nightlife.

On a city break in Berlin, be sure to:

  • Climb up to the observation deck of the Fernsehturm television tower for a bird's eye view of the city
  • See the old border crossing between East and West Berlin at Checkpoint Charlie
  • Trace the city's fascinating history along the Berlin Wall at the East Side Gallery
  • Learn about life during the GDR at the interactive DDR Museum
  • Experience the city's legendary techno clubs in the neighborhoods of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain
  • Taste the city's popular fast food, the currywurst (sausage with curry sauce)
  • Go shopping for bargains at Mauerpark Flea Market
  • Watch one of the world's best orchestra's perform at the Berlin Philharmonic Concert Hall
  • Explore the wealth of museums and art galleries on Museum Island
  • Take a stroll through Tempelhof Park, a unique airfield turned park in the centre of the city

Airports in Berlin

Passengers flying to Berlin may choose to land at either Berlin Schönefeld Airport or Tegel Airport, which are both international airports located close to the city centre. They handle flights to a wide range of domestic, European and intercontinental destinations.

  • Berlin Tegel Airport

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    A number of airlines operate flights to Berlin Tegel Airport including: Air Berlin, Eurowings and Vueling.


    Tegel Airport can be found approximately 5 miles to the northwest of the city centre.


    The easiest way to connect with the city centre via public transport is to use one of the bus services, such as the 128, 129, X9 and JetExpressBus that operate regular routes to and from a variety of destinations across the city. Alternatively, taxis can be picked up outside the terminal building.

  • Berlin Schönefeld Airport

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    A number of low cost airlines offer cheap flights to Berlin including: easyJet, Ryanair and Norwegian Air Shuttle.


    Schönefeld Airport is situated approximately 11 miles southeast of the city centre.


    Passengers can reach the city centre and a number of destinations throughout the city via regional trains and the S-Bahn local line (lines S9 and S45). The S-Bahn also connects with the U-bahn underground line. Taxis can be picked up outside the terminal building.

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