Skip to Navigation

Flights and holidays to Germany

Picture Germany and Berlin's iconic Brandenburg Gate, Munich's lively beer hall tradition and creamy Black Forest gateau spring to mind. But there's more. Slip under Germany's skin to find storybook villages, rich culture and hearty food.

Where we fly in Germany

We couldn’t find any content to match your selection. Please try again.

Flights to Munich

From$481 round trip

from Washington DC, Oct 2018

Start planning

Flights to Hamburg

From$485 round trip

from Washington DC, Jan 2019

Start planning

Flights to Frankfurt

From$491 round trip

from Washington DC, Oct 2018

Start planning

Flights to Berlin

From$501 round trip

from Washington DC, Mar 2019

Start planning

Holidays in Germany

Recommended HotelsSearch Results

Our recommended holidays in Germany

After you've experienced Berlin's stellar art collections and pulsating nightlife, go east to Dresden, where Baroque residences cluster around the domed Frauenkirche cathedral. In Munich, sample Bavarian hospitality to the sound of an oompah-pah band in the Hofbruhaus traditional beer hall. Germany's financial heart beats in Frankfurt, where skyscrapers create a dramatic horizon. See Hamburg's harbour lights twinkle by night.

3 star holidays


4 star holidays


5 star holidays


Discover Germany

Fly-drive holidays in Germany

Stride through the Black Forest's wooded vales, speckled with hip-roofed (four-sided roof) farmhouses, or schuss down the Bavarian Alps' slopes. Off Germany's north coast, the Frisian Islands dunes and cliffs are pummelled by the North Sea. In West Germany, the River Rhine snakes past gently sloping vineyards and turreted castles. Edge east to climb the bizarre pinnacles of Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

Things to do in Germany

Discover the rich variety of Germany's 16 states: from Rhineland Palatinate's castle-dotted vineyards in the west to the north coast's rolling dunes, thrashed by the North Sea. In summer, hike the Black Forest's velvety woodlands streaked with purple heather. Down south, the first snow lures skiers to the pointy Bavarian Alps, grazing the Austrian border.

Need a little help from our destination experts?

Make sure your trip is truly unforgettable by talking to one of our travel specialists.

Discover more of Germany

For stark remindersof Berlin’s communist pastvisit Checkpoint Charlie

Terms and Conditions