Berlin: Flights

The Capital Of Germany

Cheap Flights to Berlin

Finding discount airline flights to Berlin is no easy task. To make this task simpler, we carry out a daily airfare search to provide you with the latest flight deals and special airfare offers for Berlin. Whether you are traveling for a weekend business trip, a short city break or a long relaxing holiday, you will find the cheapest Berlin flights. While we opt for the cheapest airfares, we also select sponsors and airlines that offer the most direct flight routes, ensuring your comfort at all times.

How to Find Flight Deals to Berlin

Be Flexible with Your Travel Dates!If you're inflexible with your dates you probably will not be able to take advantage of any of the pricing variations airlines use. Airfare prices always fluctuate depending on the day and time of the week. It is always cheaper to fly mid week than on a weekend for example, or late at night rather than during the day. It has also shown to be cheaper to fly out after major holidays than before. That week after Christmas is when you can take advantage of cheap flights because people don't prefer to fly when they are with their families and New Years Eve is around the corner. Oddly enough, flight prices drop a bit on Tuesday nights too.

Local Travel Info

Local Travel Info in Berlin

To and From Tegel
Berlin Tegel Airport is a convenient, city airport. It is easy to get into Berlin by public transport. There are several bus routes into the city. A taxi ride to central Berlin will cost about 15.00 - 20.00 EUR and take approx 20 minutes.

To and From Schönefeld
Schönefeld Airport is located approximately 18 km southeast of the city centre of Berlin. It is the old East Berlin Airport where most Charter Flight companies fly. The easier way to get into town is by Airport Express, which will get you to the Ku'damm in around 30 minutes. A Taxi ride will cost about 30.00 - 35.00 EUR.

Berlin by Bus
Berlin's integrated public transport system (known as the BVG) is the best way to get about. An interconnected three-zone system that only requires one ticket, allows you to hop from bus to underground (U-Bahn) to surface rail (S-Bahn) and tram with one ticket. Trams are fast and convenient and small ferries will get you across Berlin's lakes.

Berlin by Car
Driving in Berlin is a breeze compared to other capital cities in Europe, with its wide, long avenues and main roads and very civilised traffic. Since January 2008 vehicles with extremely high emissions of noxious substances are banned from the inner city. The environmental zone is the area within the suburban rail ring.

Hitchhiking in Berlin
Even though it is not a particular dangerous city hitchhiking in Berlin is not recommended.