|Destination Airport IATA Code||BER|
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|Airlines||British Airways, easyJet, Eurowings, Air Baltic, SAS, Air France, Lufthansa, KLM|
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A jigsaw puzzle of city, history has had a lot of fun shuffling Berlin about. It has been sliced and diced, knocked down and pulled back up again. Now Berlin pulses with high-energy history, high jinks in the arthouse, and high-octane club beats. Those booking flights to Berlin can giggle at street art, gallop across prodigious green spaces or get all chic in its style-steeped restaurants. And wherever you look, you’re bound to find another shiny piece of Berlin’s puzzle to pick up and play with.
You can jump into Berlin’s party pretty much any time of year – there’s always a festival, an exhibition or something happening here. May through to September is when Berlin’s park-side strolls and open-air concerts come glazed with sunshine and when you can find cheap tickets to Berlin. Return flights to Berlin are most expensive in June, when the Carnival of Culture kicks off. Winter brings a snowy nip to the air, and pushes the culture indoors. You’ll get cheap tickets to Berlin during these colder months, especially in November. For the biggest bargains, probably the best time to compare flights to Berlin is a couple of months before you travel.
The fizz and buzz of the German capital are just a couple of hours away from the UK. The bigger carriers fly into Tegel (TXL): British Airways flies there from Heathrow, Manchester and Glasgow (with stops at Heathrow for the latter), while KLM flies from Manchester and Birmingham, with a quick stop at Amsterdam. The budget carriers hop over to the eastern airport of Schönefeld (SXF), with FlyBe offering a non-stop route from Birmingham and EasyJet a direct flight from Manchester. Norwegian and EasyJet can also whisk you to Schönefeld from London Gatwick at bargain prices.
The TXL buses are the best way to get into the heart of Berlin from Tegel International. They run very frequently, and take only 25 minutes to reach the Central station. Taxis are a better option if you have luggage or are staying in a further-flung hotel. Unlike Tegel, Schönefeld is connected to the S-Bahn train network. S-Bahns are frequent, if a little slow, and cost less than €5. The regional Express trains, such as the RE7 or RB14, are faster, taking only 25 minutes to reach central Alexanderplatz. Flexible shuttle services also operate from Berlin’s eastern airport.
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Berlin is littered with sights to delight visitors, from the jaw-dropping dome of the Bundestag, the squawks and roars of Berlin Zoo or the thrilling skyline of Potsdamer Platz. It also has sights to make you ponder, including the Berlin Wall, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and Checkpoint Charlie. Its culture plays with your mood too, from the inspiring glories of the Pergamon Museum to the dark Nazi tales of the Topography of Terror Museum, to the hip-and-happening film fiesta of Berlinale. One thing stays the same, though: Berlin never stops moving. And while you’re here, neither should you.
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