Germany's capital, Berlin, is a historical city that has survived many wars. It is served by Schönefeld Airport and Berlin Tegel Airport at the moment. Berlin Tegel Airport is close to the city, whereas Schonefeld Airport is in Brandenburg state, some 20 kilometers away.
Berlin to Dublin flights may take off from either of the two airports that currently serve Berlin. Berlin Tegel Airport is known for its hexagon-shaped building, while Berlin Schonefeld Airport is known for being the only civilian airport of East Berlin. Both the airports will be replaced by Berlin Brandenburg Airport in the future.
Getting to Berlin airport
To travel from Berlin to Dublin, you will have to confirm from which airport your flight will depart. If your flight is leaving from Berlin Tegel Airport, you are in luck, as it is well within the city. Hop on the JetExpress TXL bus from Berlin's central station to reach within 20 minutes. Taxi journeys take around 25 minutes from the city center. If your plane is departing from Schonefeld Airport, board the RE Regional-Express train from central station to reach the airport directly. There are also several BVG buses that leave from various locations in Berlin to its airports.