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Flights to Berlin (Germany)

Cheap Flights to Berlin

Once a city divided, now a city unified, Berlin has countless secrets to share and lessons to teach for travelers who take the time to explore the German capital.  History buffs will get lost in the city's maze of significant World War II sites, creative types will have to be dragged away from the city's famous classic and contemporary art museums, and everyone will feel a tug on their heartstrings as they see how Berliners have come together to embrace citizens, and travelers, of every cultural background.  Skyscanner helps travelers find the cheapest fares for flights to Berlin so that they can spend more of their holiday budget making memories that will last a lifetime. 

Best Time to Book a Flight to Berlin

High season in Berlin takes place from June to September, when the non-stop sunshine and balmy temperatures make walking and cycling through the city's many parks an absolute delight.  Of course, prices tend to rise accordingly, so smart travelers set a Skyscanner price alert to be notified of summer seat sales on flights to Berlin.  For travelers who can't get away in the warmer months, visiting Berlin around Christmas and New Year's Eve can also be magical.  The city is beautifully illuminated with Christmas lights, and its squares fill with cozy Christmas markets. 

Airlines That Fly to Berlin

From Canada, only Air Canada offers non-stop service to Berlin.  However, many other major airlines connect Canadian cities to Berlin with only a short connection in another European airport.  When you're searching for flights to Berlin on Skyscanner, it's possible to sort your results by trip duration or number of stops. 

Travelers to Berlin may arrive at either of the city's two airports: Berlin Tegel or Berlin Schoenefeld.  Travelers arriving on a well-known international carrier will likely arrive at Tegel, while those who have chosen a budget or charter airline will use Schoenefeld.  Although Tegel Airport is the larger and busier airport, it is only connected to the city center by express bus.  Schoenefeld, on the other hand, is directly linked to Berlin's S-Bahn subway network.  If you prefer the freedom of having your own vehicle, both airports offer rental car services.

What to See and Do in Berlin

Most first-time visitors to Berlin like to book a hotel in the central Mitte district.  Here, most of the city's most famous attractions are within easy walking distance, and there are also excellent dining and entertainment options nearby.  Consider joining a free or low-cost walking tour to take in sights like the Brandenburg Gate, the Gendarmenmarkt square, the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe and Checkpoint Charlie.  Reserve a day for the nearby Museum Island, which is home to five of the city's most important museums.  You can also visit the city's eastern neighborhoods to learn more about life during the Cold War at the Stasi Museum and Stasi Prison, or check out works by emerging and indepdendent artists in the city's revitalized southern suburbs.

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