Favourite airline: easyJet
22 % of flights booked on the route from London to Berlin are booked with easyJet, British Airways and Ryanair.
10 %
British Airways
7 %
5 %
Tip: book 3 months before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 3 months before the flight. Pay only £60.00.
106 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Wednesday
Compared to other weekdays, flights are cheapest on Wednesday.
Direct flights are the cheapest connection
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 31 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 50min
05h 25min
11h 15min
The favourite connection is non-stop
Flights from London to Berlin are most frequently booked as a direct flight.
Direct flights
01h 50min, from £42
29 %
1 stopover Cologne (Koeln)-Bonn
05h 25min, from £61
9 %
1 stopover Riga International Airport
08h 30min, from £125
7 %
Return from £42.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 16/10/19 and returning on 21/10/19.


Berlin: City of Wonders

Berlin is a wonderful place to enjoy an energetic city break. The culturally diverse German capital is home to a fantastic night-life scene and has a unique history unlike any other city that consistently draws in visitors from all over the world. 


Best Time to Travel

Despite the fact that the winters in Berlin can be very cold, there is a wide range of things to do throughout the year. The summers are usually hotter than in the UK. The Berlinale Film Festival is held every February and is a must for all movie lovers. The twice annual Berlin fashion week takes place in January and July. 


Before you Travel

Berlin is considerably cheaper than most parts of the UK for the everyday essentials of travel and dining in and out. Cycling is welcomed throughout the city as a mode of transport. It is easy to hire a bike to make your way through Berlin like a true local.  Berlin time is +1 ahead of the time in the UK.


Local Information

Travelling to the centre of Berlin from the main airports of Schönefeld and Tegel is simple and relatively inexpensive. You can catch the bus or U-Bahn from Tegel and be in the centre within 30mins. Schönefeld is slightly further and will generally require an S-Bahn ride from the outskirts of the city taking around 45 mins. Each area of Berlin has its own distinctive look and feel. Part of the excitement of travelling to the city is discovering each section and neighbourhood. Thankfully the accommodation is of a high standard with hostels available from around 10 EUR and hotels starting at about 35 EUR. There are a group of prestigious hotels all around the city with the areas of Friedrichstraße, Alexanderplatz and Zoologischer Garten being popular areas for tourists. The Berlin WelcomeCard pack includes a ticket for public transport and half price off entrance fees to many cultural attractions. Always remember to validate tickets with a stamp before travelling.

The neighbourhoods of Kreuzberg and Neukölln are known for their nightclubs and parties and is the place to head to for an exciting array of entertainment.