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There’s there’s no denying that Berlin has seen its share of history and spent more time at the cutting edge than almost anywhere else. Today, Berlin is regarded as something of an alternative cultural capital in Europe, where art, design, music, and fashion all receive a special slant. 

Flights to Berlin

Two main airports serve Berlin. The first, Tegel International Airport (TXL) is the area’s main international airport. Serving 19.5 million passengers annually, it is Germany’s 4th busiest airport. It is a hub for AirBerlin and also acts as a base for Germanwings. It’s just 5 miles outside the city center. Several buses connect directly to TXL, and taxis are readily available. Note: Tegel Airport does not have a rail link. There is a “Tegel” stop on the S-Bahn but it refers to a fairly remote suburban village which has no direct connection to the airport. 

Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SFX) is on the southeastern side of the city. It’s often your best bet if you are looking for cheap flights to Berlin as it acts as a base for several low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet. 

What to Do in Berlin

The sheer pulse of life in Berlin is astounding, and it keeps thrumming around the clock. The nightlife here is as close to 24/7 as you get, and it’s internationally renowned for its techno and clubbing scene. When you’re not dancing, you can spend your days soaking in the ambiance of the booming creative class. Cultural experimentation is huge here, and a multitude of independent galleries, theatres, and performance places await your enjoyment. 

Berlin is also a city of museums, and most are worth a visit for history buffs and art lovers alike. Consider shelling out for the 3 day Museum Pass which will save you a bundle on over 55 state-run museums through the city. It’s hard to pick highlights in such a huge, diverse city, but you won’t go wrong starting with the Museumsinsel (literally “Museum Island”) which is a cluster of 5 important museums in the middle of the Spree river. Be aware than many attractions and museums are closed on Mondays.

Advice for Tourists Visiting Berlin

The official language here is German. You’re likely to run into a fair number of English speakers, but a good phrasebook or translator app will come in handy from time to time. The currency is the euro. 

Cheap accommodation isn’t hard to find in Berlin, but big events like the Film Festival can see a price hike. Try Skyscanner’s free hotel price comparison tool and save. Berlin is a very walkable and bikeable city, but if you want to drive, our rental car comparison service will help you snag a deal.  

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