Ever dreamt of visiting Berlin? We have found you a cheap flight deal to Berlin from Manchester airport in February, We also have a few other cheap flight dates from Manchester, London and Edinburgh further down the page allowing you to be more flexible, but save money!
Return flight to Berlin from Manchester from only £31!
Flights from Manchester airport on the 25th of February
1 hour and 55 minute flight to Berlin Schoenefeld airport
Return flight on the 28th February from Berlin airport
2 hour and 19 minute flight to Manchester airport
Flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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All of the cheapest flights are operated by Ryanair
All flights include 10kg hand luggage allowence per person.
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Top five things to do in Berlin
5- Museum Island
Museum island is great if you love a museum or art gallery. Museum island has five different museums and art gallery’s to explore. Tickets to Museum Island cost just €18 a person, which gains you access to all five of the museums.
To book tickets visit www.visitberlin.de/en/museum-island-in-berlin
4- Brandenburg Gate
Probably the most famous landmark in Berlin, the Brandenburg was often the place to be for major historical German events and is now today not only as a symbol of the tumultuous history of Europe and Germany but also of European unity and peace.
Once the most famous crossing point between East and West Germany, it’s now a modern day reminder of Berlin’s Cold War past. You can also learn more about Checkpoint Charlie and Berlin’s history at the Mauermuseum- Haus am Checkpoint Charlie nearby.
2- East Side Gallery
Once a wall keeping Berlin divided, the East side gallery is now the longest open-air art gallery in the world. The east side gallery is also the longest continuous section of the Berlin wall still standing. As soon as the Berlin wall came down, 118 artists from 21 different countries started painting on the east side part of the wall, and within two years it was given protected memorial status.
1- The Reichstag
The Reichstag has had its troubled past. In 1933 The Reichstag was severely damaged in a fire, during world war two the building falls into neglect and is also servilely damaged and in 1945 is targeted by the red army due to its propaganda value. The German National parliament didn’t return until 1999 when The Reichstag was restored to its former glory by the artist Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude. Now returned to its former glory, with a new glass Dome which is an example of modern architectural brilliance
To visit the Reichstag Dome, you must pre-book your place in advance, but it is free which is a huge bonus. To pre-book tickets visit www.visitberlin.de/en/reichstag-in-berlin