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Cheap Flights from Dusseldorf to Berlin

Flight information Dusseldorf to Berlin

Cheapest return price last month

£27

Direct airlines

5

Flights per week

125

Average flight time, total distance 304 miles

0h 55min

Most popular airline last month

eurowings

Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld

2 airports

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Michelberger Hotel

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Soho House Berlin

17
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Hotel Adlon Kempinski

14
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Radisson Blu Hotel

11
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This information is correct as of March 2016

Airlines that fly from Dusseldorf to Berlin

Air Berlin and Eurowings both fly direct to Berlin-Tegel Airport. This is the airport's third busiest routes, so book your flights as soon as possible. No airlines currently offer direct flights from Dusseldorf to Berlin-Schonefeld Airport.

Terminal Information – Departing

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

Eurowings fly from pier A, while Air Berlin usually depart from pier B. The Air Berlin lounge is in Pier C, but you can use the Hugo Junkers lounge in Pier B. It's open to passengers on all airlines, and the entry fee is €21* (just over £16). You can only pay by card: cash is not accepted. The airport has more than 60 shops to browse: they're open on Sundays. The airport has a wide variety of places to eat and drink, from fast food stores to sit-down restaurants.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Berlin-Tegel Airport has five terminals. They're all located under the same roof, so it's easy to walk from one to the other. You can reach the city using a taxi, a bus, or a rental car. Car hire at Berlin-Tegel Airport is available from Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Alamo, Europcar, Hertz, Sixt and Thrifty. They have desks in the car rental centre, which is near terminal E. You can catch an express or local bus into town from the bus stop outside. Buy your ticket from the machine and validate it when you board. Buses include the TXL JetExpressBus, the X9 JetExpressBus, the 128 and the 109. Berlin is a sprawling city so it's important to know exactly where you're going. The transport hub for the west of the city is Zoologischer Garten, and for the east it's Alexanderplatz. From both of these stations you can take underground and suburban trains to most parts of the city. Taxis in Berlin are known to be expensive, so only take one as a last resort.

Practical Information

You don't need a passport to fly on domestic routes within Germany. We recommend bringing your passport along anyway, in case of security checks. Try to arrive at the airport at least one hour before your flight is scheduled to depart.

What to expect in Berlin

When it comes to nights out, Berlin is slightly cheaper than Dusseldorf. Expect to save around €5* (about £3.85) on dinner for two and about 50* cents (around 40p) per pint of local beer. Berlin has a similar climate to Dusseldorf during the summer months, but during winter is much colder. If you're visiting during January you can expect an average temperature of -1°C.

Read our Berlin travel guide to find out more about what to expect during your stay in the Hauptstadt.

*Prices subject to change

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