Favourite airline: Lufthansa
The favourite airline for flights from Manchester to Berlin is Lufthansa.
Lufthansa
11 %
Ryanair
6 %
easyJet
5 %
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Direct flights are cheaper
Flights with a stopover are on average £32.00 more expensive than direct flights.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 55min
07h 15min
06h 05min
£54
£86
£162
The favourite connection is non-stop
Flights from Manchester to Berlin are most frequently booked as a direct flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
01h 55min, from £54
13 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
13h 45min, from £112
13 %
1 stopover Brussels
03h 30min, from £110
12 %

The modern riverside city of Berlin

Berlin, known as one of Europe's youngest capital cities has broad avenues with old and modern buildings, along with famous landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate. Enjoy beauty spots on the banks of the Spree or Lake Wannsee.

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Best time to visit

It is usually warmer than the UK in Berlin in summer, but winter can be very cold. To visit at the time of a festival or holiday, Berlin offers various options like Fashion Week in January and July, or the Berlinale Film Festival in February. International Workers' Day is a big celebration on May 1st, particularly in the Kreuzberg district, where there's live music and demonstrations, with an atmosphere of riotous festivities. On and around 21st June, during the Fete de la Musique, live music is played in the streets of Berlin.

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Tips and facts before you travel

Cyclists enjoy Berlin with its cycle paths and flat terrain. There's easily available cheap bike rental too. Berlin is generally cheaper than the UK for such things as accommodation, food and alcoholic drinks. Be aware that payment by credit card is often not accepted in shops and restaurants.

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Local information

Public transport from Tegel Airport to the centre takes approximately 30 minutes. At Terminal A or B take the TXL bus to Alexanderplatz. The X9 or 109 go to Zoologischer Garten. The 128 goes to Osloer Straße; then change to a taxi or the U-Bahn (underground). Tickets start from around 2.70 EUR. From Schönefeld Airport, the journey also takes about 30 minutes. Take the S-Bahn (train) S9 or S45 to Ostkreuz, where you change for either Bus X7 or 171, going to Rudow and then the U-Bahn. Tickets start at around 3.30 EUR. Hostel prices start at about 10 EUR per night.  Hotel prices go from around 35 EUR upwards, with popular hotels found in Zoologischer Garten,  Alexanderplatz and Friedrichstraße.  For getting about in Berlin you can buy the Berlin Welcome Card including a public transport ticket covering trains, buses, trams, underground and boats. Entrance fees to many museums and attractions are about 50 percent using the card. Explore and discover your favourite Berlin districts with their distinct flair. Buy transport tickets at the S-Bahn or U-Bahn and remember to validate before travelling. Berlin taxi prices are slightly cheaper than the UK. There's a short distance (Kurzstrecke) tariff for journeys under 2km. These can only be flagged down.

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