All flights from North America to Berlin-Tegel
Welcome to Berlin
Book your cheap flights to Berlin with Condor and travel in comfort at the best possible prices. Condor offers flights to Berlin Tegel Airport from a huge range of North American cities. Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, it is also a cultural hub with a thriving underground scene and international population. Berlin still carries the scars of its decimation during World War II and 28-year division during the Cold War.
However, the city has recovered and is now a thriving metropolis and one of the most exciting holiday destinations in Europe. Arrive from your flight, stroll down the magnificent Unter den Linden avenue and spend the day in one of Berlin's many museums or galleries, or visit edgy Kreuzberg to get a taster of Berlin's alternative scene and finish off your day with a visit to one of the city's notorious nightclubs. In Berlin, anything goes.
Book cheap flights to Berlin from a huge range of departure points in the US and Canada, including major hubs such as Los Angeles, Seattle and Toronto. Flight times vary: the journey to Berlin from Seattle takes around 13 hours, depending on flight connections.
Upon your arrival from your flight, you have several options to reach your accommodation. Taxis are the most convenient way to reach your destination comfortably. However, the public transport is very well organized and great value. The TXL bus travels directly from Tegel Airport through central Berlin to Alexanderplatz, a convenient transport hub.
Top Attractions in Berlin
The Reichstag is the historic home of Germany's government. However, the building lay unused and neglected until after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The government returned to the Reichstag following the building's renovation. Visitors can visit and admire views across the city from the spectacular glass dome that now tops the building.
Unter den Linden
Unter den Linden is Berlin's most famous boulevard and is lined with some of the city's most impressive buildings. Stroll from Brandenburger Tor to Alexander Platz, and stop for an ice cream along the way.
Kreuzberg has been famous since the 1960s as a hub for artistic creativity and alternative lifestyles. Not much has changed, except that a few upmarket boutiques and bars have crept in. Alternatively, take a trip over the river to neighboring Friedrichshain to browse its flea markets and independent shops.
Galleries and museums
Berlin is rich in museums and galleries. Museum Island is the site of five world-renowned museums, including the Pergamon Museum, which displays the magnificent ancient Greek marvel the Pergamon Altar. Berlin is also home to several top class contemporary art galleries, including the Berlinischer Galerie and Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart.
The Fernsehturm (TV Tower) is visible from most parts of Berlin and stands at a height of 368m. Visitors can enjoy a 360° panorama of Berlin from the top, and pray their flights home are delayed.