Flights to Germany (DE)

Beer, bratwurst and sauerkraut are the first things that come to mind when thinking of Germany, but this country has so much more to offer! With a rich and diverse history and one of the most progressive, successful economies in Europe, it is the perfect destination for your next trip. The capital city of Berlin is one of the largest metropolitan areas in Europe and a city of historical and political significance. Other large, famous cities such as Munich, Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Leipzig are incredibly diverse and offer plenty for a visitor seeking culture, history and entertainment. Come explore Germany's vivid past and enjoy it's unique cuisine and extraordinary brewing traditions. With some of the finest museums, entertainment venues and restaurants in the world, there's never a lack of things to do in Germany!

Germany is located in the heart of western Europe and thus has always been an influential part of the continent's political and economic structure. An EU member since 2002, the country is often visited by international business travellers and investors. The country boasts one of the best travel infrastructures in the world, with an efficient train system linking all corners of the country together. Furthermore Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin are home to some of the largest international airports in the world and offer regular flights to destinations all over the globe. Regardless of whether on business or holiday, Germany is the perfect destination for you!

Our top - flight destinations in Germany

Top flight and travel recommendations

Map Berlin

Places of interest

  • Neuschwanstein Castle
  • Mainau
  • Chalk Cliffs on Rügen
  • Wadden Sea National Parks
  • Loreley Rock

More info about your Germany city trip

  • Germany Tourist Information
  • Am Karlsbad 11
  • 10785 Berlin
  • Tel. (+49) 30 25 00 25

Flight offers to Germany

Top offers for Germany

DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. Berlin (Germany)
16/11 - 16/11/2016 Leicestershire-Berlin Ryanair
08/11 - 13/11/2016 London-Berlin Ryanair
2. Munich (Germany)
10/11 - 14/11/2016 London-Munich EasyJet
19/11 - 23/11/2016 London-Munich Lowcost-Airline
3. Frankfurt (Germany)
18/11 - 25/11/2016 Birmingham-Frankfurt Helvetic Airrways
14/02 - 25/02/2017 Glasgow-Frankfurt HOP
4. Cologne (Germany)
10/02 - 18/02/2017 London-Cologne-Bonn Germanwings
24/12 - 05/01/2017 London-Cologne-Bonn Germanwings
5. Dusseldorf (Germany)
14/11 - 03/12/2016 Manchester-Dusseldorf Germanwings
16/06 - 18/06/2017 London-Duesseldorf Germanwings
6. Stuttgart (Germany)
12/11 - 14/11/2016 London-Stuttgart Lowcost-Airline
27/12 - 08/01/2017 London-Stuttgart Germanwings
7. Hamburg (Germany)
25/11 - 28/11/2016 London-Hamburg Ryanair
27/11 - 28/11/2016 London-Hamburg EasyJet
8. Frankfurt-Main (Germany)
21/05 - 23/05/2017 Edinburgh-Frankfurt-Main Ryanair
17/12 - 04/01/2017 London-Frankfurt-Main Ryanair
9. Hanover (Germany)
02/12 - 04/12/2016 London-Hanover Germanwings
22/06 - 26/06/2017 London-Hanover British Airways

Most of Germany has a temperate seasonal climate, although the northern areas can be colder and the southwest has an almost Mediterranean feel. For the most part, the summers are moderately warm and rainy and the winters are cool. Although the temperature in northern Germany often dips below freezing, snow does not usually accumulate. When travelling to Germany, it’s a good idea to prepare for unpredictable weather.


As a successful and economically dynamic western European country, Germany is an excellent place to purchase a variety of consumer goods. The best way to learn about German shops is to walk down a high street and explore them in person. Like other western countries, Germany has international retailers that most visitors will be familiar with, as well as local department stores and boutiques. Discount outlet malls are also fairly common in Germany.


German cuisine is more than just beer and sausages, although both can certainly be found in abundance and in great variety. Pork, beef, chicken and fish are all popular, and meat is often pan roasted. German food is almost never spicy-hot, however, mustard and horseradish are popular condiments. Traditional German seasonings include thyme, parsley, laurel, juniper and caraway. Onions and chives are used extensively, and carrots, cabbage, peas, green beans, and white asparagus are often served as side dishes. German bread is made in a variety of styles and is often a featured part of a meal.


Germany is known for its Biergartens, which are wonderful for relaxed eating, drinking and socialising. For those looking for a more intense experience, the variety and liveliness of German cities’ club scenes is world renowned. Most large German cities are places where locals and visitors can party from dusk until dawn. Many have annual street festivals that feature food, drink and live music far into the night. Cultural events, both traditional and avant garde, are always worth a look, as well.

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