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Flights to Berlin: to see Checkpoint Charlie

The capital city of Germany, Berlin has a colourful history which has left an indelible mark on the city. Famous landmarks such as the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and what remains of the Berlin Wall, give you a glimpse into the fascinating history of this vibrant city. There are two airports in the city; Tegel which deals with the slight majority of international flights, and Schoenefeld that is utilised by low-cost carriers. All the major carriers offer routes to the city, and this fierce competition can lead to many possibilities for getting a cheap flight. Ryanair and easyJet serve Schoenefeld, offering flights from European capitals and more obscure locations; compare flights from Edinburgh and other airports around the UK to increase your chances of getting a cheap flight to the city. Almost 70% of the city's buildings were destroyed during World War II, however today Berlin is one of the most culturally progressive cities in Europe. Located at the eastern end of the city's most famous boulevard Unter den Linden, Museum Island plays host to five of the city's most celebrated Museums. The area is a perennial favourite of visitors, who flock to see the bust of Nefertiti at the Neues Museum. One of the German capital's most striking sights is the new Reichstag building, which was reopened in 1999, following the addition of a glass dome designed by Sir Norman Foster. The dome is also open to the public and offers incredible panoramic views of the city. The Fernsehturm (or television tower) is one of the city's most iconic landmarks. The tower stands in the city's historic Alexanderplatz, and special elevators bring curious tourists up to the revolving restaurant and a public viewing gallery.

Flight destination: Berlin

Following your flight to Tegel there are a couple of options open to visitors looking to travel into the city centre. Although there is a local train station called Tegel, it is important to remember is that there is no train station at Tegel Airport. Buses from the airport will connect you to all the major train stations in the city, these buses are extremely efficient and depart from the airport every few minutes. If you would prefer to take a taxi to the city centre, the journey will take you about 20 minutes and cost you approximately 25 euro.

Cheap flights to Berlin 

Discover Berlin's tumultuous history for less by comparing cheap flights to Berlin using Easy Voyage's online price comparator tool. This unique device allows customers to view low cost flights to Berlin collected over the past 12 months in order to determine the cheapest time to find discount flights to Germany. From the price history graph found below it is clear that flights to Berlin stay relatively cheap all year round. However, those travelling on a particularly tight budget should note that December brings the cheapest London to Berlin flights, while October and January are the most expensive times to fly.

Berlin is a melting pot of different cultures and flavours making it the ideal interesting holiday destination for a cheap city break at any time of year. Why not compare cheap flights to Berlin in the summer and see the colourful remains of the Berlin Wall come to life in the sun. If you choose to fly to Germany for less at this time you could also witness the famous Karneval der Kulturen, an exuberant three-day festival culminating in a parade of costumed dancers, singers, DJs and musicians. Another event not to be missed by music lovers is Jazzfest Berlin in November so find discount flights to Berlin for the autumn and be sure to check it out. While the weather may be colder at this time Berlin's range of historical attractions, including Check Point Charlie, the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate will provide you with the perfect shelter.

Another factor to take into consideration when comparing cheap flights to Berlin is that low cost fares can often vary depending on the chosen airline company. Airfrance and Lufthansa are two discount airline companies which offer cheap flights to Germany, and there are many more similar budget companies providing flight deals to Berlin provided travellers do not mind fixed dates or stopovers.

Price forecast : Berlin


Price history for Berlin