Flights from Bristol to Berlin

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Bristol to Berlin

  • Berlin is served by 2 airports. These are Berlin Schoenefeld, Berlin Tegel.
  • The average flight time from Bristol to Berlin is 2h
  • Bristol to Berlin is 689 miles
  • £74 was the cheapest return price from Bristol to Berlin last month
  • The most popular airline flying from Bristol to Berlin last month was easyJet
  • There are 6 flights a week from Bristol to Berlin
  • 1 airline flies direct from Bristol to Berlin

Flights from Bristol to Berlin

This information is correct as of October 2015

Airlines that fly from Bristol to Berlin

easyJet fly direct from Bristol to Berlin-Schoenefeld. KLM and Brussels Airlines offer indirect flights to Berlin-Tegel.

Terminal Information – Departing

Bristol Airport has one terminal. Tax free shopping is available for people flying to Germany, so treat yourself to something nice at World Duty Free, Dixons Travel, Accessorize or JD Sports. There's a WHSmith for last minute reading, and a Superdrug if you need some toiletries.

Restaurants and coffee bars at Bristol Airport are available to suit all appetites. Starbucks and Burger King are great for a quick takeaway, while restaurants like The Cabin and Dexter's are better for a sit-down meal. The Brunel Bar & Kitchen is a good spot for some pub grub or a quick pre-flight tipple.

Aspire have two lounges at Bristol Airport: a regular Aspire lounge (prices start at £19.99*) and an Aspire Plus Lounge (£29.99*) which is adults only and has a variety of hot snacks and premium drinks on offer. Both lounges have free Wi-Fi and offer a bit of extra comfort before you fly.

Terminal Information – Arriving

At Schoenefeld: Schoenefeld Airport has one terminal. The fastest way to reach the city centre is by S-bahn (train). The station is about 5 minutes walk from the terminal building. Berlin is a massive, sprawling city so make sure you know exactly where you're going and which train to take. There are free apps which make it easy to navigate on public transport. You will need an ABC ticket to reach the city centre, as Schoenefeld airport is in Zone C. These cost €3.30* (about £2.30). Validate your ticket at the machine before getting on the train. If your ticket hasn't been stamped you could be fined €50* (just over £35). Buses also stop outside the airport, and you can either take these into the city or to the nearest underground (U-bahn) station.

If you want to drive yourself, compare prices for car hire at Schoenefeld Airport.

At Tegel: Tegel Airport also has one terminal building. There are bus stops and a taxi rank outside the airport terminal. You will only need to purchase an AB ticket, as Tegel is slightly closer to the city than Schoenefeld. The airport buses tend to go to two transport hubs: S+U Zoologischer Garten (serving the west of the city) and Alexanderplatz (serving the east). The location of your hotel will determine which bus to take.

Remember to compare car hire at Berlin-Tegel Airport if you fancy a self-drive holiday.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly from the UK to Germany.

What to expect in Berlin

Germany is one hour ahead of the UK and the currency is the Euro (€). Berlin is a lot cheaper than Bristol, especially when it comes to food and beer. A three course meal for two in Berlin will set you back less than £29, while a pint costs about £2.20. Berlin can be glorious during the summer (May to August) but is bitterly cold during the winter. If you're visiting for the famous Christmas markets be sure to pack your thermals: temperatures tend to hover around -1°C.

*Prices subject to change


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