Aer Lingus operates the Dublin (DUB) - Berlin (BER) route twice a day. Choose between early morning flights, usually departing from Dublin at 06:50 in the morning or late afternoon, usually at 17:40.
We know that travel needs to be flexible at the moment so we've got lots of ways to make sure you can change your plans easily.
The total flight duration from Dublin to Berlin is 2 hours 30 minutes. During the flight, our cabin crew will ensure your journey is safe and comfortable. Sit back and enjoy our service, great food and in-flight entertainment.
Completely flattened by British and US bombers during the war and then divided in half by Soviet and Western forces, Berlin has its story to tell for sure. Despite the hardship of the last 100 years, Berlin is a fantastic place to visit. For those who like history we have shortlisted the below:
Reichstag building : This famous parliament building is a fabulous place to walk around and soak up history. The building has a glass dome, which is a symbol of transparency of the city. Entry is free but make sure you get there early or book your ticket in advance to avoid the queues.
Brandenburg Gate: This neoclassical, iconic monument stood its ground through the turbulence of wars and political division. It's a symbolic landmark and well worth a look
TV Tower Berlin: Berlin also has plenty of modern attractions. Berlin TV tower also called Fernsehturm Berlin is the highest building in town and has a spectacular view of the city. The tower has a viewing point, restaurant and cocktail bar. Entry is around €22.
Berlin [BER] airport is located in the south-east and around 27Km from the city centre. There are a number of transfer options available to you just outside your arrival terminal:
Train: Express trains FEX, RE7 and RB14 run every 30 minutes. They will get you from Terminal 1 & 2 to town for around €4
Taxi & Uber: both options are available at the airport. The fare for the trip to the city would come in around €50 for the Taxi and a bit less for the Uber option
Bus: X71 is a bus service between the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport (Terminal 1-2 and Terminal 5) to some locations in town where you can catch the metro.
Metro: The S-Bahn metro connects the city centre with the Berlin airport. It's a fast and easy way of getting to town.
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