Cheap Flights To Berlin (TXL)

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Cheap Flights to Berlin from $34 One Way, $76 Round Trip

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Berlin when to go

No matter what time of year you pass through Berlin, there's a strong possibility that you'll come across a world-class cultural event. In January and August, Lange Nacht der Museen (Long Night of Museums) means the likes of the Gemäldegalerie and the Neues are open until 2 a.m. In February, hit the Berlin International Film Festival, one of the most prestigious and celebrity-heavy events in all of cinema. Come May, the Karnevel der Kulturen (Carnival of Cultures) celebrates the 500,000 non-Germans—from 180 countries—who call Berlin home.

The climate is generally continental: warm, sometimes humid summers (with highs of around 86); cold and damp winters (lows of 28); and moderate rainfall throughout the year. Expect light snow to sift down between December and March, though it rarely sticks around for more than a few days—and if there isn't snow, there's frost. Bring a hat, scarf, and gloves in winter. August is the most unpredictable: Days may kick off without a cloud in the sky, and by afternoon, you'll be ruing the umbrella you left in your hotel room. And here's a tidbit: The center of Berlin, with the density of its buildings, actually has its own microclimate—sometimes it's four degrees warmer in the city than in the outskirts.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Berlin?
Before you book your airfare, visit our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This page has everything you need to know about current travel advice, quarantine policies and other helpful info for your flight to Berlin.
If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
Before you make a booking, look up your preferred carrier’s terms and conditions. This should help with questions regarding COVID-19 and flight changes. For more assistance, head to our Customer Service Portal.
What is the best airport to fly to in Berlin?
Keep your eyes peeled for a cheap ticket to Berlin (BER-Brandenburg). It’s the city’s main terminal and is located roughly 12 miles southeast of the downtown area. Once you’ve walked out of arrivals, it won’t be long before you’re taking in the wonders of Berlin.
How much is a flight to Berlin?
Fares for return flights started as low as $76 this past week to Berlin, and peaked at $147. Several lucky travelers departing Madrid (MAD) managed to pick up one-way tickets starting from just $34.
How to book the cheapest flight to Berlin?
Scoring cheap flights to Berlin is as easy as booking your ticket with Orbitz. But if you’d love to make sure you’re grabbing the best flight deals around, here are a few tips to keep your wallet happy:

  • Depending on where you’re departing from, select the ‘Nearby airports’ function (located under the departure and arrival form fields). Oftentimes, other departure points work out cheaper.
  • If your plans aren’t carved in stone, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to see the flight deals for alternative departure dates. Go with any suitable cheaper fare that pops up.
  • Select ‘Show options’ to fine tune your search results. You can pick your preferred airline and seating class here. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even select whether you’d like to fly in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • The early bird catches the best savings, so book as soon as you’ve worked out your travel dates. The cheapest fares get snapped up first and prices climb as the departure date nears.
  • Make greater savings on your adventure by combining your flights, hotels and car rental into an Orbitz package. Your budget will thank you.
  • If practical, don’t fly in peak seasons. Airfares soar during summer, school breaks and around other vacation times like Easter and Christmas.

What is the best time to book a flight to Berlin?
Generally speaking, January is the cheapest month to book your plane ticket. This is followed by February and August. Keep this in mind while you hunt for a cheap flight to Berlin.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Berlin?
You can get a great flight deal by booking on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday. Typically, these are the best days of the week to pick up cheap seats to Berlin.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Berlin?
Everybody loves a good deal, so we suggest setting off earlier in the week for cheap flights to Berlin. Orbitz data from 2020 shows you can score the best deals on flights that leave on Mondays. Tuesdays are the next cheapest day, while Saturdays are the dearest. Many passengers tend to travel when the working week is over, so leave those Saturdays for binge-watching your favorite TV shows.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Berlin?
To book cheap flights to Berlin, pack your bags and fly out in August. Orbitz data shows that generally, this is an excellent month to save big on your fare. If you want to fly to Berlin in June, it’s worth keeping in mind that this is the most expensive time to travel.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
Orbitz makes it a snap to find carriers that offer flexibility. Simply choose “Filter by flexible change policies” when searching for your flights and voila! We’ll show you options that include free cancellation within 24 hours of booking, no change fees and of course, an amazing low price.
What do I need for the flight to Berlin?
A long-haul journey can be daunting, but it’s nothing a little preparation can’t fix. We’ve rounded up our top tips to make sure your journey is as smooth as possible:

  • Nothing is more important than your travel documents. Which to bring and how many depend on whether you’re traveling international or domestic. Be sure to check with your airline. In both cases, you’ll need to show some sort of government-issued ID.
  • If you’re flying direct to Berlin, it’s likely you’ll be airborne for quite some time. Take some snacks and entertainment to keep you busy. Now is a great time to dive into that book you’ve been dying to read!
  • Long-haul trips can get very cold, especially if you’re flying overnight. If you’d rather not stay awake shivering for the length of your journey, bring your favorite hoodie and some thick socks.

How many direct flights are there to Berlin?
You can book a seat on one of 577 flights that travel directly to Berlin every month. EasyJet, Ryanair and Lufthansa are a few of the airlines that will get you there in one stretch. Eurowings, Austrian and Turkish Airlines also fly to Berlin nonstop.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Berlin?
If you think a first or business-class ticket is out of your price range, you may want to think again. Here are a few practical tips to help you find a premium flight to Berlin for a whole lot less:

  • Be flexible with your travel dates and hold out for sales on first or business-class airfares.
  • Low-cost airlines offer first or business-class seats at affordable prices. Give the full-service carriers a miss and check out these cheaper options.
  • Bid for an upgrade. Some carriers hold online auctions that let you offer a price for a seat at the front of the plane. You can also try upgrading with points earned through a flight loyalty program.

How to get around in Berlin?
Make the most of Berlin’s rail network to experience Alexanderplatz and other terrific attractions around town. Look up the timetable for arrival and departure information into the centrally located Berlin Central Station. If you’d rather the comfort and convenience of your own set of wheels, rent a car from Europcar. They have an outlet located near the downtown area.
What is the best time to go to Berlin?
There’s never a bad time to experience Berlin, but are the busiest months. As with most of the Northern Hemisphere, summertime starts June 20. If you’d prefer to get around in a light shirt than a thick winter coat, this time of year would suit you perfectly. Expect average daytime highs of 75undefined and nighttime lows around 60undefined.
Travel tips for Berlin

  • The center of Berlin has loads of excellent attractions. Hot spots like Alexanderplatz and Brandenburg Gate will keep your feet on the move and your adventurous spirit happy.
  • You’ll find fun day trip adventures a quick drive from Berlin’s center. Tour Olympiastadion first and then find time for Mercedes-Benz Arena.
  • Want to wander the streets of Brandenburg Region’s other great cities? Book a car rental and hit the road to Frankfurt an der Oder or Brandenburg an der Havel. With your own ride, exploring those harder-to-find destinations will also be a snap.

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