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Germany is a fascinating country located at the heart of Europe! The composition of breath-taking landscape and modern urban cities means that there are many great activities for all in Germany. You shouldn’t hesitate to plan trips to the most favorite German cities! Thanks to frequently scheduled cheap flights, Germany is within easy reach!
You can reach some of the most popular destinations in Germany by taking direct flights such as Adana - Düsseldorf, Ankara - Frankfurt, Istanbul - Hamburg, and flights from many other destinations. Pegasus Airlines also offers connecting flights from Manchester Airport or London Airport. After your flight to Germany, you will see that the transportation between the cities in the country is effortless as well.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport is connected to Berlin city centre and other nearby cities via FEX, S-Bahn, as well as regional and intercity trains. Express buses such as X7 and X71 are ideal for travelling between the airport and Berlin city centre.
Cologne Bonn Airport offers trains and buses as public transport to reach Cologne city centre. S-Bahn and bus line 161 can take you to the city centre without changing any lines.
S-Bahn S11 and bus lines 721, 760, SB51 and 869 connect the Düsseldorf International Airport with Düsseldorf city centre. Also, there are intercity trains which the travellers can take to reach some of the other German cities.
There is an S-Bahn line operating between Frankfurt Airport and Frankfurt city centre. More information about the train line with the airport and Frankfurt city centre as well as other German cities can be found here.
Public transport in Germany mainly depends on the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, and the light train (Die Stadtbahn) that connect the city centres with suburban areas regardless of the city. In addition to these train lines, some buses and trams can connect some smaller towns and villages to the main cities.
There is a special tourist card in Germany. Travellers can buy the Berlin Welcome Card, which gives access to public transportation and some of the city's major attractions. More information about how to get and prices for the Berlin Welcome Card can be found here. In addition to that, Germany has different travel cards, such as the 9-Euro card, which is valid on all public transport across Germany for one month. More information about this travel card can be found here.
The most preferred mode of transportation between cities in Germany is the train. Die Deutsche Bahn gives access to almost all cities in Germany and some cities in France and other countries. If you would like to have detailed information about the national train services, you can click on this website.
German cities offer a wide range of accommodation options for any budget and taste. Mitte, Neukölln, Kreuzberg and Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Neukölln, and Kreuzberg are some of the favorite places for accomodation, located within short distance from Berlin city center. St. George district of Hamburg has budget friendly accommodation selections whereas St. Pauli and Reeperbahn are preferred by those who would like to enjoy the city’s nightlife.
The Old Town, Altstadt Süd, Belgian Quarter and Ehrenfeld are quite practical locations for accommodation Cologne. The downtown lodging options in big cities can get a bit pricier than the alternatives. If you would like to have our assistance to organize your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.
Germany draws lots of attention with its industrial capacity, economic development and high living standards as the economic engine of European Union. It’s also a truly inspiring country with its splendid landscape. There are many amazing places to see in Germany and you can find some of them listed below:
You shouldn’t forget to read through our Germany Travel Guide and explore all the hidden gems of this amazing country.
You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Germany for business or leisure.
Pegasus Airlines provides flights to below mentioned airports in Germany:
Berlin Brandenburg is the airport of the German capital city that hosts many low-cost airlines. It is situated about 28 km away from the city center. It can be accessed by public transport through the railway station, whether regional and S-Bahn trains. There are also various bus connections to Berlin city center and the surrounding areas.
Hamburg Airport includes of two terminals and a variety of services for all needs. The airport is connected to the city center by S-bahn S1 line with trains departing right from the airport station to the central train station. You can buy Hamburg Card at the tourist information offices or HVV service points to benefit from reduced fares on public transport.
Cologne Bonn Airport can be is easily reached by public transportation. The S-bahn/ S-13 links the Hauptbahnhof to the airport. Local bus lines are also present options, such as route 161 that goes to Cologne and route SB60 to downtown Bonn.
Dusseldorf Airport is among the main international transport hubs of the state of North Rhein Westphalia. The history of the airport dates back to 1927. It is situated at Dusseldorf-Lohausen, approximtely 10 km away from the city centre. Dusseldorf Airport is connected to the city center by train, metro, bus and taxi.
Munich Airport is an important access point to Germany as it’s the second busiest airport of the country. It is situated in Freising, about 28 km away from Munich city center. You can take the train lines S1 and S8 to arrive at the city center through a 45-minute journey. Alternatively, you can take the several buses depending on your desired destination.
Frankfurt Airport is the top airport of Germany, serving the greater area for domestic and international transfers. A number of services are made available to passengers including the parking services. There are two railway stations that enable rapid access to the city center. You can also opt for public or long-distance buses.
Stuttgart Airport is founded about 13 km south of the city center. The Airport served to more than eleven million people in 2018. It is within easy reach by public transport options whether you take the bus lines number 828/122 or the S-bahn trains to the city center.
Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.
The weather conditions can be very unstable in Germany irrespective of the period in which you are planning your trip. Moreover, the climatic conditions vary greatly depending on the region. Summers are generally cool with high precipitation levels mostly in July and August. Therefore, be well prepared for any circumstances and do not forget to cherish your time in Germany!
Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Germany.
Country code: +49
Munich area code: 89
Munich International Airport: +49 89 97500
Hamburg area code: 40
Hamburg Airport: +49 40 50750
Stuttgart area code: 0711
Stuttgart Airport: +49 711 9480
Frankfurt area code: 69
Frankfurt Airport: +49 180 6 3724636
Dusseldorf area code: 211
Dusseldorf International Airport: +49 211 4210
Berlin area code:030
Berlin Schönefeld Airport: +49 30 60911150
Cologne area code: 221
Cologne Bonn Airport: +49 2203 404001
Hannover area code: 511
Hannover Airport: +49 511 9770
Emergency Number: 112
Germany makes sure that visitors have an amazing time you want to to discover the rich history of the country through many worldly famous historical sites or go on a winter holidays. The reserved nature of the country is worth spending time especially in the countryside. On the other hand, German metropole cities offer great opportunities for shopping.
Germany can be visited basically in any season, however since the country is located at the north of Western Europe, the winters tend to pass very cold with heavy snowfall whereas the summer period is rather chill with occasional rains. Make sure to be well prepared even if you are planning your trip in the summer as the temperature changes are usual.
Germany is listed in the Central European Time (CET) or (GMT+ 1). As it’s the case for most European countries, Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time is applied during the summer period and the local time changes to 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time ( GMT+2 ).
Citizens of non-EU countries are obliged to comply with the Schengen visa rules in order to visit Germany. The validity period of the passports must be at least 3 months longer than the period of stay in the country. You can proceed your applications at the German Embassy or Consulate of your country of residence.
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