£57 - £124
2 - 23 °C
30 - 72 mm
|Most popular in||August||High demand for flights, 14% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||January||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||£114||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||£57||From London to Berlin|
Cheap flights from London to Berlin are a great way to travel to the trending capital of Germany. This city has rocketed in the popularity stakes, now welcoming over 12 million travellers a year. You wouldn’t know it, though – Berlin’s monuments, gardens and river are spread over an area that’s 9 times bigger than Paris.
Once upon a time, the city was largely known for historical heavyweights like the Berlin Wall, but these days a subculture of hipster coffee shops, street art and industrial bars draw a hirsute student crowd. The cheap prices and short flights between London and Berlin don’t hurt, either.
The flight is less than 2 hours long if you fly directly between London and Berlin. Sometimes you’ll find a flight with stops that’s cheaper – but the journey will be an extra hour or two longer.
A range of European airlines line up London to Berlin flights. Ryanair, easyJet and Norwegian are usually the cheapest, but you could also fly with British Airways, airberlin and Eurowings.
Flights usually run between London and Berlin every day of the week.
London to Berlin flights launch from every London airport – Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, London City Airport and Luton.
Berlin offers a choice of airports, too. Most flights from London wind up in Schoenefeld, although big carriers like British Airways land in the main international airport of Berlin Tegel.
Stansted usually serves up the cheapest direct flights from London to Berlin. Budget Berlin flights also take off from Luton and Gatwick.
Berlin is a huge city, with a near-bottomless offering of monuments, galleries and restaurants to match. Guidebook must-sees like the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie are a walk-though of the city’s rocky stumble through the 20th century. Elsewhere, the parliament building is a glass-domed Neo-Renaissance affair. Historic sites aside, Berlin is a forward-thinking city and home to some of the best nightlife in the world – from microbreweries and 24-hour coffee shops to underground clubs and late-night poetry jams.
Not sure when to travel? Let’s do a little weather comparison between Berlin and London. There’s usually about a 5C temperature difference, so expect warmer summers and crisper winters in Berlin.
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141 flight departures from London to Berlin per day on average.
Early Morning (Midnight to 6am) - 8% of flight departures
Morning (6am - Midday) - 41% of flight departures
Afternoon (Midday - 6pm) - 28% of flight departures
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 23% of flight departures
A direct flight take up to 2 hours, covering a distance of 352 miles.