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19 nights in Berlin, departing London Heathrow on 11 / Aug / 2020 with Lufthansa (price found 15 hours ago)

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Berlin-tegel / Otto Lilienthal Airport
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Berlin-tegel / Otto Lilienthal Airport
With a vibrant modern culture and tangible history, Berlin is definitely a worthy destination. Find cheap flights to Tegel Airport (TXL) using Netflights whose search engines search out the best flights for you. Limit your search to direct flights only, or if time is on your side widen your search to include indirect flights for hidden bargains.

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Cheapest time to fly to Tegel Airport (TXL)

Berlin’s climate has cold winters with a likelihood of snow, and warm, humid summers. As a year-round destination for city breaks, flight prices are consistent although spike slightly during the summer. Visit between June and September for the best of the weather, and to experience one of the city’s festivals such as the Berlin Beer Festival. Last-minute flights can come on offer at any time of the year.

Flying to Tegel/Otto Lilienthal Airport

Tegel airport is the largest of Berlin’s two airports, and conveniently located just five miles out of the centre. You can find direct flights to this airport with both British Airways and Eurowings from the London airports, and with Flybe from Birmingham. Other airports and carriers such as KLM, Lufthansa and Aer Lingus offer indirect flights with stopovers at various locations such as Amsterdam, Munich and Dublin.

On arrival and getting around TXL

As the main international airport for a European capital, Tegel airport is surprisingly small. It has five terminals which are individually small and easy to walk between. It may be useful to know that you can hire a sleep pod (cabin with bed and desk) for the night. In other aspects, however, the facilities are not as wide ranging as in other international airports, with a fairly small selection of shops and cafés.

Getting to the city from the airport

As the airport is fairly centrally located, many visitors to the city choose to take a taxi from one of the taxi stands just outside the airport, there is no need to reserve. Depending on traffic, the journey time is around 25 minutes. Alternatively, you could catch the very economical Jet Express TXL from the terminals to Alexanderplatz in the city centre. The same bus will also take you to the nearby train stations if you know exactly where you need to go. If you are spending some time out of the city, it might be best to consider hiring a car.

Don't forget before you fly

British travellers don’t need to have a visa to enter Berlin, but will need to have a valid passport. All the more reason to look for last-minute flights to this destination in 2020 / 2021. You can buy your euros before you depart or use your credit and debit cards when you arrive, to purchase things directly or withdraw cash. We would advise you check with your bank regarding possible charges before you leave.
Min / Max Temperature (°C)
LOWEST

-3 °C

AVG

9 °C

HIGHEST

22 °C

Rainfall (mm)
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37 mm

AVG

49.1 mm

HIGHEST

72 mm

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