Cheap Flights from Frankfurt to Berlin
Flight information Frankfurt to Berlin
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Average flight time, total distance 292 miles
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Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schoenefeld
This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Frankfurt to Berlin
Air Berlin and Lufthansa both fly to Berlin-Tegel Airport from Frankfurt. Currently no airlines are offering flights to Berlin-Schoenefeld.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Lufthansa flights depart from Terminal 1, and Air Berlin fly from Terminal 2. Both terminals have an excellent range of shops, restaurants and places to pamper yourself. There are Be Relax spas in both, while Terminal 1 also boasts a hairdressers and a place to get your nails done. Food and drink options range from quick and easy choices like Starbucks and Scoom to more relaxing places where you can sit down and enjoy something a little more hearty. Designer shops are available in both terminals. If you don't have enough time to browse, you can plan ahead and use the airport's Click and Collect service.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Tegel Airport has five terminals, but they're all under one roof. The airport doesn't have an U-bahn or S-bahn station but it's easy to reach the city centre by bus. The TXL JetExpress bus is the best option if you're staying in the east of the city (Mitte, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg or Neukoelln) as it goes to Alexanderplatz, the area's main transport hub. The X9 JetExpress bus is faster, with only three stops, and is the best option if you're staying near the west of the city (Charlottenburg, Schoneberg, Kurfurstendamm) as it terminates as Zoologischer Garten, the west's main transport hub. From Alexanderplatz and Zoologischer Garten you can take underground and overground trains to most places in the city. Buses 128 and 109 offer a non-express service. There's also a taxi rank at Tegel Airport, and car hire desks in the arrival hall. Driving in Berlin is fairly easy as the roads are wide: just watch out for cyclists!
You don't need a passport to fly on domestic routes within Germany. You may be asked to show some photographic identification, so bring your passport along just in case. We recommend arriving at the airport at least one hour before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Berlin
Berlin is a hipster heaven. It's easy to see why the arty and punky crowd love it: prices are cheap and your Euro will go a lot further than in Frankfurt. Dinner for two costs about €10* less on average, although beer is roughly the same price. Generally speaking, Berlin is colder than Frankfurt with an average temperature difference of about 1°C. If you're visiting during winter you'll want to wrap up warm, as the temperature often plummets well below zero.
Read our Berlin Travel Guide for more info.
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