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Flights to Germany

Oktoberfest is Europe's most-visited festival and is a gateway for broader exploration of this financial powerhouse with a spread of stunningly romantic landscapes and innovative people who look well beyond their 20th-century history.

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At Flight Centre, our flights from the UK to Germany will disembark at either Frankfurt or Berlin. Our recommended airline for these flights is British Airways.

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Known for high-tech engineering, creative fashion and cultural verve, fairytale castles and brothers Grimm landscapes to get lost in, Germany is a little bewitching. You can find gemütlichkeit – coziness – in the thick of its cities and its Alpine farmhouses. The regions still have a strong character and pride. Millions decend on Munich each year for Oktoberfest and Berlin remains an absorbing capital that shifts and changes with a mindfulness of history and a push to the future. Frankfurt is a highrise host to the world's largest book, consumer goods and musical instrument fairs.

Germany: Castle HohenzollernCastle Hohenzollern

The country has at least 37 sites (including buildings, whole towns and landscapes) on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Here's a quick-start rough guide to the regions of Germany's 16-state republic:

  • Northern Germany – here you'll find the popular North Sea and Baltic Sea holiday spots set amid windswept hills.
  • Western Germany – come and sample the fruits of wine country labours and admire the Rhine and Moselle Valleys.
  • Central Germany – this is the country's green heart, with historical cities and the Thuringian Forest.
  • Eastern Germany – Berlin is the drawcard here, in all its multi-faceted glory.
  • Southern Germany – explore the Alps, Black Forest and toast with new friends at Oktoberfest.

Germany: CologneCity of Cologne

Check out our Germany travel guide for more holiday tips and ideas. Want to book a flight or holiday package? Call us today at 0208 127 4273.

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How long is the flight to Germany?

Flights from the UK to Germany generally disembark in Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt where the country’s main international airports are based.

The short-haul flight to Germany takes under 2 hours non-stop.

The total flight duration from London to Berlin is 1 hour and 45 minutes, from London to Munich is 1 hour and 55 minutes and from London to Frankfurt is 2 hours and 15 minutes.

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