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Get ready to make some cherished memories in Germany. Travel between dune-lined coasts in the north to enchanting forests, winding rivers and endless vineyards in the centre of the country. Then, make your way to the Alps in the south, where you can soak up the magic of Germany’s great outdoors and explore the rich history of its cities and towns.

Fly to Germany with British Airways and explore a cultural kaleidoscope of cities. In Berlin you can enjoy a vibrant nightlife scene and some of Germany’s iconic historical highlights. Further north in Hamburg you can immerse yourself in art and architectural treasures, which can all be explored by foot. And if you visit Munich you can indulge in the charms of Bavaria, strolling through the rolling hills and enjoying steins of pilsner in its beer halls. In the west you’ll find Frankfurt, a great destination for sightseeing, while Dusseldorf is perfect for a spot of shopping. Book your holiday to Germany today.

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Germany flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Germany?

Your flight time from London to Germany depends on your destination, but you shouldn’t be in the air for much longer than two hours.

Which airports do British Airways fly to Germany from?

We fly to Germany from London Heathrow and London City.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Germany?

Use our low fare finder to discover the cheapest time to visit Germany. Summer is the most popular time of year to visit Germany, so book flights in spring or autumn for cheaper flights while still enjoying mild weather and plenty of cultural activities.

Is Germany cheap to visit?

With a little research and pre-planning, you can make a trip to Germany fit any budget. There are lots of affordable accommodation options, especially if you choose to travel off-peak and stay outside of the city centres. There are also plenty of cheap eats that will save you a few euros, from outdoor sausage vendors to Turkish and Middle Eastern kiosks. You can enjoy your store-bought drinks outside if the weather is good. The bigger cities also offer free walking tours and admission-free museum days, so keep an eye out for these or visit a local tourism office for more information.

Is it easy to get around Germany?

Germany is renowned for its efficient transport system. From rail networks to buses and trams, travelling around Germany couldn’t be easier. You can also rent a car and drive between destinations – and see some sights along the way.

You can also hire a car with British Airways if you want to get out of the city and see more of what Germany has to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.

Why visit Germany?

Germany is full of diverse landscapes and interesting places to visit. From sandy beaches on its North Sea islands to electric cities like Berlin and Hamburg, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. It’s also packed with history, from its picturesque medieval towns to its castles in the Rhine Valley – and you’ll find plenty of nature in between. Let’s not forget the majestic Alps in the south for skiing, either.

Why fly British Airways to Germany?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

We fly to Germany from London Heathrow and London City.

Berlin: Highlights

  • Visit the remains of the Berlin Wall. Though little is left of this historic landmark, there’s plenty dedicated to its memory, such as the Gedenkstatte Berliner Mauer and the East Side Gallery.

  • Watch the sunset through the Brandenburg Gate, the neoclassical royal city entryway, and enjoy how the light highlights its stately columns and the Goddess of Victory sculpture atop of its structure.

  • Immerse yourself in Berlin’s famous club culture. Discover the edgiest clubs in power plants, abandoned apartment buildings and other repurposed locations playing music of all genres.

Dusseldorf: Highlights

  • Meander the streets of Dusseldorf’s Old Town. This quarter is packed with historical attractions, like the Lambertus Basilica and Old Castle Tower.

  • Do some shopping in fashionable Konigsallee, known locally as Ko. Elegant boutiques mix with large fashion houses and chic cafes, offering up the shopping experience of dreams.

  • Sip a chilled glass of Altbier, a local Dusseldorf speciality. This fermented dark beer is a must-try refreshment.

Hamburg: Highlights

  • Climb the 453 steps to the top of the belltower of St. Michaelis Church, which stands at 132 meters tall. Take in Hamburg’s cityscape once you reach the observation deck.

  • Take a tour of Speicherstadt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, housing a maze of old brick warehouses and narrow canals dating back to the 19th century. You can explore this area on foot or cruise down the canals by boat.

  • Enjoy the Art Mile – Kunstmeile – and visit Hamburg’s five renowned art museums, namely the Bucerius Kunst Forum, Deichtorhallen, Kunsthalle, Kunstverein Hamburg, and Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg.

Frankfurt: Highlights

  • Start your day in Romerberg, the heart of the Old Town, surrounded by half-timbered houses and the Town Hall.

  • Grab a bite to eat at Kleinmarkthalle, the covered market where you can find stalls selling regional produce and local dishes.

  • Walk across the famous Eiserner Steg footbridge and snap some photos of Frankfurt’s skyline.

Germany travel essentials

Flight time

1.5 - 2 hours

Time zone

GMT+1

Currency

Euro

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