|Airport of arrival:||Berlin Brandenburg Airport|
|Flight time from Istanbul to Berlin:||3 hours 5 minutes|
Berlin is the capital of Germany and the city is located in the eastern part of the country. Berlin is one of the most visited destinations in the world due to its unique cultural atmosphere and significant historical attractions. Pegasus Airlines schedules frequent flights to Berlin and it is possible to find cheap flight tickets to Berlin every time of the year.
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing direct flight deals to Berlin departing from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. It is also possible for you to enjoy Pegasus’ advanced flight network to find connecting flights to Berlin through İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport departing from different cities across the globe.
After a delightful time in Berlin, you can enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ direct flight offer back to İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport or other connecting flights to various destinations of the world through İstanbul.
About the Airport
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing flight deals to Berlin arriving at the Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Berlin Schönefeld Airport is located 28 kilometers away from the city center.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) is one of the two international airports in Berlin and is located in the southern part of the city. In Berlin Brandenburg Airport, travelers can enjoy a variety of shops, restaurants and services.
Transportation from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to City Center
You can get to the city center from Berlin Brandenburg Airport with train, metro, public bus, taxi and car.
The railway station at the airport is directly below T1. The Airport Express and regional trains taken together travel to Berlin Hauptbahnhof four times every hour. The journey takes 30 minutes. In addition, the S9 and S45 S-Bahn train lines connect BER to the city centre, travelling every 20 minutes. Furthermore, an Intercity BER T1-2 connects Rostock and Dresden several times a day.
BER Airport is connected to the rail and road network. The Airport Express and regional trains together run four times an hour from the station under Terminal 1 to Berlin Central Station. In addition, the S9 and S45 S-bahn trains travel from T1/T2 into Berlin city centre.
The express buses X7 and X71 travel frequently between underground station Rudow (terminus U7) and both terminal locations. The journey to Terminal 1 will take 18 minutes. Furthermore, the express buses BER1 (Steglitz City Hall - BER T1/2) and BER2 (Potsdam Central Station - BER T1/2 & T5) run several times a day to Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
BER is very well connected to public transport in Berlin and surrounding areas. The Airport Express (FEX) and regional trains (RE7, RB14) travel between Berlin central station and “Flughafen BER - Terminal 1-2” station several times per hour. The S9 and S45 S-Bahn trains travel every 20 minutes, serving the “Terminal 1-2” and “Terminal 5” stations. Buses are also available.
If travelling by car, the BER terminals are easy to reach via the A113 and the B96a.
You can also enjoy the city with a rental car. Pegasus Airlines car rental service has great offers for you in here.
Berlin has an extensive, convenient and reliable public transport network that covers every part of the city.
You can use trains, metro, public buses, trams, and taxis to get around in Berlin. There are many bus lines and trains that are also available at night. Single trip tickets cost 2.80 euros in Berlin and there are many other affordable ticket tariffs that are desiged for varying durations.
You can click here to check their timetables, routes and fares for every means of public transport Berlin.
You can also use taxis to get around in the city. They cost 2.00 euros per kilometer with an initial fee of 3.80 euros. (2019)
Berlin is one of the most popular destinations of Europe and offers a wide range of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from five star luxury hotels to affordable international backpacker hostels. If it is your first time in Berlin, you should look for hotels around “Mitte” neighborhood since you will be walking distance away from Berlin’s most popular attractions. If you are on a budget, you can stay hotels around “Friedrichshain” neighborhood, the eastern part of the city.
Pegasus Airlines would love to help you organize your trip to Berlin and you can book a hotel easily through Pegasus Airlines website.
German cuisine is one of the most characteristic kitchens of the world with its highly varied recipes that mostly consist of meat, butter and potatoes. While Berlin is not an exception of this theme, the city adds its own international touch to the renowned German culinary scene with its multicultural social life. In Berlin, you should definitely try “Currywurst”, “Schnitzel”, “Döner Kebab”, and “Berliner”.
If you would like to know more about the amazing Berlin cuisine, you should have a look at our Berlin Travel Guide.
We have listed some side notes about Berlin for you right below.
Germany does not require a visa for Schengen Area countries and for many other nationalities. You can click here to check if your country is eligible for visa-free entry to Germany.
In addition to what Berlin has to offer, you can travel these closely located cities to keep on discovering.
- Potsdam (35 km)
- Eberswalde (55 km)
- Magdeburg (156 km)
- Leipzig (190 km)
Berlin has an oceanic climate in most of its area on contrary to its interior geographic location and it is possible to regard its weather conditions “too complicated” for only one general classification but it is known for a fact that the rain loves the city. Its summers are mild and rainy while winters are cold and snowy. It is recommended for you to enjoy Berlin during summer or early autumn since the weather is more welcoming with no chance of snow.
- Country Code: +49
- City Code: 30
- Berlin Schönefeld Airport Number: +49 30 60911150
- Ambulance and Fire Emergencies: 112
- Police: 110
Places to see
Berlin is an amazing city to discover. The city offers a whole bunch of unique historical landmarks, striking architectural beauties, a multicultural social life and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Brandenburg Gate is the signature attraction of Berlin with its striking architecture. Around Brandenburg Gate, you can discover many of Berlin’s other popular attractions. Another must-go attraction of Berlin is the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Museum Island which is home to five worldly-renowned museums that exhibit countless artifacts ranging from antiquity to modern times.
You can visit our comprehensive Berlin Travel Guide to learn more about Berlin and its must-see attractions.
There are a couple of things you can do to find the cheapest flight ticket to Berlin. First, it is always good to book your flight ticket in advance, ideally two or three months prior to your journey. Secondly, you can visit Berlin during its off-season which is winter since the weather is pretty cold. You should keep an eye on Pegasus Airlines’ amazing seasonal promotions during that time. In addition to these, it is good to know that flight tickets during weekdays are almost always cheaper than the ones scheduled on weekends.
Berlin is one of the most characteristic cities of the world with its prominent historical landmarks, multicultural city life and unique atmosphere. In Berlin, you can participate in countless cultural activities in top-tier museums and enjoy its never-ending nightlife.
Although you can enjoy Berlin year-long, winters can be very harsh to explore the city to the fullest. Most visitors enjoy Berlin during late spring and summer to discover Berlin in pleasant temperatures.
If you have the time, you can stay in Berlin for months. But realistically, five to six days in Berlin would be enough for you to explore and enjoy Berlin thoroughly.
Berlin offers a variety of special tourist cards to its visitors. These cards come with free public transportation for various durations, discounts on certain shops, free of charge entry to most museums, and so on. You can click here to learn more about special travel cards for tourists in Berlin.
Although Berlin is a safe city with very low petty and violent crime rates both day and night, it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing in crowded tourism areas such as Kurfürstendamm.
Berlin is one of the most budget-friendly cities of Western Europe since the city has many affordable accommodation, food and sightseeing options.