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London Saarbrücken from £148

The journey between London and Saarbrücken takes between six and 10 hours, depending on the length of transfer. There are currently no direct flight options, but major airlines offer the chance of a cheap flight via Berlin Tegel or Hamburg airports. British Airways, Ryanair, Lufthansa all fly into other German cities, while Air Berlin and Luxair cater for the second leg of the flight.Upon arrival, the airport is 10 miles from the town centre, and the R10 bus operates a direct connection between the airport and the town centre. Taxis will be ready to convey visitors for a slightly higher fare, which may make sense if you are staying in an out of town hotel.

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    London - Saarbrücken

    Luxair
    29/12/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 09h10
    Luxair
    02/01/2018 1 stop(s) Duration 08h35
    from £147.89

Cheap London - Saarbrücken Flights

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Sightseeing Saarbrücken 1 Visit the museums of the Kreisstandehaus

The first place to stop for history and art lovers, the Kreisstandehaus houses no less than three free museums. See wonderful porcelain exhibits, tapestries and paintings, learn about the town's Roman past and see some resplendent Celtic jewels from before the Romans turned up. A real treat.

2 Visit the Gallery of Modern Art

As any great centre of culture should, the city has a superb modern art gallery. Covering a wide period of history from the eighteenth century onwards, this gallery houses works of German Expressionism and Impressionism from across Europe in a visual feast that art fans will not want to miss.

3 Go on a church tour

The churches of Saarbrücken are comparable to the best that even London can offer. Head to gorgeous buildings like the Basilica of St Johann with an array of gold-plated wonders within its cloisters and then visit its ecclesiastical rival, the Protestant church of St Ludwig. Guided tours can be arranged as well, for maximum educational benefit.

4 Take a cycling tour of Saarland

With over 1,242 miles of marked cycling trails, Saarland is heaven for fans of nature and cycling. Use Saarbrücken as the base for an extended exploration of the region using pedal power as your fuel and the beauty of the countryside as your guide. Cosy hostelries and stunning forests await.

5 Go wild at the Erlebnisbad Calypso

Germans love to unwind at their water parks and the Erlebnisbad is no exception. Enjoy daredevil slides, a vigorous wave machine and a tranquil lazy river as well as a heated salt water outdoor pool. Ideal for any visitors with children.

Required travel documents for Germany

Being in Germany, remember that Saarbrücken is one hour ahead of the UK. Beyond that however, there should be very few problems with customs and getting around. It is recommended to take out an EHIC card to provide for health needs during your stay, which is free and available on the NHS (www.nhs.uk/EHIC?).
A charming and civilised city, Saarbrücken is full of baroque architectural delights and makes for a great town to wander around. There are more modern attractions too, such as a lively nightlife scene, as well as the beauty of the Saarland region on the town's doorstep.