Find cheap flights to Germany
- International flights go to airports in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Cologne, Dresden, Leipzig, Bremen, and Stuttgart.
- The cheapest time to fly to Germany is in spring and late summer.
- There are countless airlines to choose from if you want to fly directly to the country, including British Airways, Lufthansa, easyJet, Ryanair, and Monarch.
Flight Destinations in Germany
Cheapest Flight Deals to Germany
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The economic might and architectural splendour of Germany sits alongside a fun-loving outlook fuelled by world class beers and wines. Whilst a visit for Oktoberfest will let you enjoy the party atmosphere, there is so much to take in you will be back again and again on future Germany flights.
Getting Around Germany
With its swift autobahns you will be best off renting a car whilst you're in Germany and putting the pedal to the metal to nip around. Within the cities the public transport systems are usually very efficient and relatively cheap, whilst long distances can be covered by bus if you do not wish to rent a vehicle.
Flights To Germany
It will only take you about two hours to arrive on a flight to Germany from the UK. Berlin flights will land at either Tegel Airport or Schoenefeld Airport, with the former being the larger of the two, only 10 minutes outside of the city.
What To See In Germany
Some may argue about which of the nation's cities are the most significant, but Berlin is almost certainly the winner, with excellent museums to keep you occupied during the day and pubs or clubs available to unwind after cheap flights to Germany.
Dresden, which straddles the Elbe River, portrays the grander historical side of the country, whilst the cathedral at Cologne is a good place to visit during your stay. Hamburg rivals Berlin in terms of nightlife, making it a sensible stopping point for younger travellers.
Flying to Friedrichshafen will get you quick access into the alps and is popular in the winter for ski trips to the area. You could also use your break as a chance to explore Germany's stunning countryside and fairytale-esque castles.