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Cheap Flights from Dublin to Berlin (DUB - BERL)

Flight information Dublin to Berlin

Cheapest return price last month

£40

Direct airlines

3

Flights per week

21

Average flight time, total distance 818 miles

2h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Ryanair

Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld

2 airports

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Michelberger Hotel

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Soho House Berlin

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Radisson Blu Hotel

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This information is correct as of February 2016

Airlines that fly from Dublin to Berlin

Aer Lingus fly to Berlin-Tegel and Ryanair fly to Berlin-Schoenefeld.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

Ryanair flights leave from Terminal 1. The Loop shopping area has plenty of great shops to keep you occupied once you get through security. There are plenty of posh clothes and cosmetics stores, as well as the usual Irish souvenirs and duty free.

Aer Lingus fly from Terminal 2. The departure lounge has a lot of luxurious restaurants and bars, including Flutes bubbly bar and The Chocolate Lounge. If you're hungry you can enjoy a bite at Harvest Market or some tasty pub grub at The Slaney Bar. Shops include Tommy Hilfiger and Dixon's Travel.

Terminal Information – Arriving

At Schoenefeld:  The airport only has one terminal. Berlin is famous for its excellent public transport system, which is great because taxis are quite expensive. Airport express and local buses stop outside the arrivals hall. You can take a bus to the nearest U-bahn (underground) station for a quick way to reach the city centre, or walk to the nearby S-bahn (overground) station. Public transport tickets are available at the machines: you will need to buy an ABC ticket and stamp it before boarding. Car rental is also available at the airport, and Berlin is a fantastic city to drive in.

At Tegel: There are no trains between Tegel Airport and the city centre, but there are plenty of buses. There are two express buses (TXL JetExpressBus and X9 JetExpressBus) as well as two local buses 128 and 109. Berlin is a sprawling city, so make sure you board the right bus. If you're staying in one of the eastern neighbourhoods (e.g. Mitte, Kreuzberg) take the bus to Alexanderplatz. If you're staying in the west (e.g. Charlottenburg, Schoeneberg) take the bus to Zoologischer Garten. It's also possible to take a taxi (although this is expensive) or hire a car.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly to Berlin from Dublin. We recommend arriving at the airport at least 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.

What to expect in Berlin

The weather in Berlin is more extreme than Dublin. During summer the average temperature is 18°C, but heat-waves and thunderstorms are also common. In winter the city is freezing, with an average temperature of -1°C. Luckily there are plenty of places to grab a gluhwein. Prices in Berlin are a lot lower than Dublin. You can expect to pay €20* (about £15.50) less for dinner for two, and €2* (about £1.55) less for a pint of beer.

For a more in-depth look at the German capital, visit our Berlin Travel Guide.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.