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Cheap round-trip flights to Berlin

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Cheap Flights to Berlin

The German capital of Berlin offers an immensely rich history that encompasses the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie and the ornate finery of the Brandenburg Gate. Yet, it is very much a living city, whose cafes are crammed, whose nightlife never stops and whose cultural scene is never less than cutting edge.

So, whether you are here to enjoy the vibrant buzz or soak in the cultural treasures there’s going to be plenty to keep you happy.

And you’ll be happier still if you can get yourself some cheap flight tickets to Berlin. Let’s show you how.

When to book cheap flights to Berlin

Here’s the good news: you can find cheap flights to Berlin throughout the year. The average price from the UK to Berlin over recent years has been around £70, but prices do vary widely so try different dates and departure points.

The best deals tend to be available in winter – between November and March – and you’ll also be able to explore its Christmas markets during December.

June sees some great weather in Berlin and the Carnival of Culture, a celebration of ethnic diversity that offers a riot of colour and spectacle. The warmest months are July and August, but these are also Berlin’s wettest months, so do pack a brolly!

How to find the cheapest flight deals to Berlin

You have a range of options to find cheap fares to Berlin with Expedia.

There are many airports in the UK that fly to Berlin so it’s always worth using our ‘Nearby Airports’ option as you search. You’ll find this under your chosen departure location and it allows you to explore alternative departure points to bring your flight price down.

Similarly, there are two main airports serving Berlin from the UK – Schonefeld and Tager – so being flexible with where you land can also help drive down the price.

If you want to see exactly when the cheapest flights are currently available to Berlin you can use our ‘Show Flexible Dates’ feature. This can be found just above where your flight options are returned from a search. It allows you to browse the cheapest flight on each day for both your onward and return flight.

UK departures to Berlin

You can fly direct to Berlin from many airports. From London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted or Luton there are flights offered by easyJet, British Airways, Eurowings, Ryanair and Air Berlin.

Cheap direct flights are also available from Manchester Airport, Glasgow, Birmingham, Doncaster and East Midlands.

Berlin’s airports

Berlin is serviced by two airports: Tegel is five miles to the west of the city and Schonefeld is 11 miles to the east.

Check to see if you can find a cheaper flight ticket to Berlin at either one, as they are both very well-served by public transport and within easy reach of the central district of Mitte.

From either you should be able to arrive by train or bus into the heart of Berlin within half an hour. From Schonefeld there are six S-Bahn trains every hour, and Tegel is served by a number of express bus services that can drop you in Alexanderplatz.

If you are hiring a car from the airport in Berlin it should take no more than 40 minutes from either airport to drive the well signposted route.

How to get around in Berlin

Berlin is served by an excellent network of U-Bahn (underground) and S-Bahn (light rail) trains, as well as buses and trams.

The U-Bahn and the S-Bahn are the most efficient ways of getting around. To save money, if you are taking more than two trips a day, it is always cheaper to buy a day pass (Tageskarte).

Hidden Berlin: unmissable attractions often missed

Berlin offers so much to see and do, but beyond the usual attractions here are a handful of hidden gems we suggest you seek out.

The breakfast of champions

The impressive glass dome walkway of the Reichstag is amazing, but it can be a real hassle to get to see. Unless, that is, you book breakfast at the restaurant right next to its glass dome. The restaurant Kafer offers panoramic views over the city and the iconic glass dome – and serves a great frühstück with a tour of the dome thrown in.

The bathing ship

Badeschiff is a “bathing ship” on the River Spree in Treptow. It’s a floating pool, sauna and bar offering tranquillity and great city views. Visit at night for the ultimate chill out before you hit the vibrant Berlin club and bar scene.

Fun with the kids

To keep the little ones happy you can do a lot worse than head to the Legoland Discovery Centre for some indoor fun with everyone’s favourite building blocks. The city’s parks are perfect too: try Park am Gleisdreieck, where fun zones, adventure playgrounds, basketball courts, skate parks and nature gardens can all be found, or at Kollwitzplatz there are three playgrounds aimed at different ages.

Reviews from verified customers

Apr 23, 2018

Ryanair was fine. I had a positive experience with them. Stansted airport, on the other hand, was absolutely awful, totally inadequate facilities and they tried to charge me again for pre-paid parking, (but at over twice the price), because they appeared to have lost my booking!.I will never use Stansted again after this. I would much rather drive past the place and go back to using Heathrow!

Apr 20, 2018

Great security announcement

Apr 17, 2018

Eurowings flight ok - not special. But really convenient going from Heathrow rather than Stanstead. Id do this again.

Apr 13, 2018

Great flight... easy jet are really good

Apr 13, 2018

Pity we were half hour late departing, but this seems to be the norm these days and nothing we can do about it!,

Apr 8, 2018

Whilst it did the job of getting me there efficiently and the staff were polite enough, it's a shame BA has gone all 'budget' - pay for meals, pay for drinks, pay to choose your seat, pay to bring baggage. It's a cheapskate airline now, which is a great shame. Still, I guess that's the only way they can compete...There's not much to say other than 'Yes, it got me there ok and wasn't terrible.' Nothing great about it, though. How can there be? What do they offer that is great? Please tell me...

Apr 5, 2018

No vegan food options.

Apr 5, 2018

Flying from City Airport meant a fast check-in & short queues for security. BA still has complimentary food & bar service from this airport to European destinations

Apr 5, 2018

Very quick flight to destination. Friendly staff

Apr 4, 2018

Seat power would have been good