How to Search for Cheap Flights London to Berlin
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How to buy cheap flights
You can try searching for midweek flights London to Berlin to get the best deals and vary your search terms to get more results. You can find good deals by considering flights early or late in the day, or adding a stop.
When can I find the cheapest flights?
According to Trip.com's data, Aug is the peak month for flights London to Berlin, when a return ticket can cost over £250. In contrast, during months such as Nov and Feb, passengers can find cheap flights London to Berlin for around £20 one way.
Other Transportation to Berlin
If you prefer to take a different form of transport from London to Berlin, there are several options.
| Transportation || Duration|| Price|
| Coach|| 23 hrs 45 mins|| From £62 one-way|
| Train|| 9 hrs 5 mins|| From £96 one-way|
Airports Providing Direct Flights
Direct flights London to Berlin depart from 5 airports in London, including Gatwick Airport (LGW), Heathrow Airport (LHR), London City Airport (LCY), Luton Airport (LTN), and Stansted Airport (STN). All flights will arrive at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER).
Airports in Berlin
There is only one international airport in Berlin: Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), also known as simply Berlin Airport, which is located 22 km south-east of Berlin’s city centre.
How to get to airports in London
Travellers can reach each airport by private transfer, taxi, or public transportation like underground and buses.
For London City Airport, take the Docklands Light Railway Line. For Heathrow Airport, you can take the Heathrow Express train from London Paddington (approx. 15 mins). For Gatwick Airport, take the Gatwick Express from London Victoria (approx. 30 mins).
If you are flying from Luton Airport, you can take a train and shuttle bus from London St. Pancras (approx. 35 mins). Finally, the Stansted Express train will take you from London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport in approx. 47 mins.
How to get to downtown from airports in Berlin?
From Berlin Brandenburg Airport: you can travel by bus, S-Bahn train, or taxi.
Catch an express bus X7 and X71 from Terminals 1 and 2 to Berlin city centre. This will cost €8 plus a public transport ticket and the journey takes 16 mins.
The S-Bahn station is in Terminal 1 on Level U2. Trains leave every 20 mins and go to destinations across the city. The journey will cost a minimum of €3, depending on your destination.
Finally, a taxi will cost around €50 and take roughly 40 mins, depending on traffic conditions.
Which airlines provide the route?
Several airlines provide direct flights London to Berlin. These include easyJet, Ryanair, and British Airways.
Fastest Direct Flight
The fastest direct flight is from London Stansted Airport to Berlin Brandenburg Airport, and it takes 1 hr 45 mins. The longest direct flight is 2 hrs 10 mins.
The cost of flights London to Berlin varies depending on which time of the year you are travelling. The cheapest one-way flight in Jul is £83, in Aug is £110, and in Sep is £34.
In off-peak months, flights can be found for as little as £25 one way.
Earliest and Latest Flights
The earliest flights London to Berlin depart from London Gatwick Airport (LGW) at 06:40 and arrive at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) at 09:50 with British Airways. The latest flight departs from London Stansted Airport (STN) at 19:45 and arrives at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) at 22:30 with Ryanair.
From artistic graffiti murals to alternative nightlife and amazing museums, Berlin offers something a little different than your average European city. Visitors can soak up the atmosphere at the Berlin Wall or wander through quirky neighbourhoods like Friedrichshain.
A medium-sized city, Berlin is very well connected by public transport. The U-Bahn (subway) is efficient and affordable, while buses are quick and easy to catch. Visitors can also enjoy day trips via train to nearby destinations, such as Potsdam, to see the majestic palaces and royal parks or Spreewald where you can hike in ancient forests and canoe in lakes and rivers.
Tourist Attractions in Berlin
Museum Island: This collection of 5 major museums is located on Spree Island in the heart of the city centre. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, here you’ll find exquisite treasures from across the world, including the famous statue of Queen Nefertiti, which is over 3,000 years old.
Berlin Cathedral: The history of the Berlin Cathedral goes back to the 15th century, but in the early 19th century, it was transformed into a neo-classical building. Visitors will love the Instagram-worthy dome and elaborate designs, paintings, and stained glass.
East Side Gallery: Once part of the Berlin Wall which separated East and West Germany, now the East Side Gallery is the longest open-air gallery in the world. You can walk or cycle the 1.3 km of art, which comments on the political situation of the time, or take a guided tour.
Popular Hotels in Berlin
Unsure where to stay? Trip.com can help you find the best hotels in Berlin for your unique trip.
For the ultimate luxury experience, the 5-star Ritz-Carlton Berlin will wow even the most seasoned traveller with its Art Deco styling, exclusive bars, and elegant wellness facility. Or for a convenient and comfortable place to stay in the popular area of Mitte, why not try Hampton by Hilton Berlin City Centre Alexanderplatz? The adventurous traveller on a budget might enjoy the ultra-modern Space Night Capsule Hotel, where visitors sleep in sci-fi-inspired capsules rather than noisy dorms.
Best Time to Visit Berlin
Berlin can get cold in the winter, so you may want to plan a visit for the warmer summer months when temperatures can reach 25 degrees. However, beer fans might choose to visit during Oktoberfest when from 10 Sep to 29 Oct, the city comes alive with beer halls offering traditional Bavarian food and music.
Dec is another special time to visit Berlin, as the streets and squares fill with the sights and smells of the Christmas markets and the Botanical Gardens are illuminated with festive decorations and lights. Don’t forget to wrap up warm!