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If you’re looking for a cheap business class flight to Berlin, Voyagu is the place to look. With Voyagu, you can find cheap business class flights to Berlin from all over the world. And with Voyagu’s convenient online booking system, it’s easy to find and book a cheap business class flight to Berlin that fits your schedule and budget. So whether you’re looking for a cheap business class flight to Berlin for business or pleasure, Voyagu is the place to start your search.

Berlin is one of the most travelled to cities in Europe, perhaps the world. Compared to another of the most travelled cities, Paris, Berlin is nine times bigger and enjoys only 4,000 inhabitants per square kilometer while Paris suffers has a claustrophobic 21,000 inhabitants per square kilometer. Berlin also has more bridges than its famous European cousin, Venice; a total of 1,700 to be exact. In fact, Berlin occupies more waterways than Amsterdam, Stockholm, and Venice put together.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Berlin


Spätis are the literal definition of corner stores, because you’ll see them on almost every street corner in Berlin. The concept of Spätis arose in East Germany to cater to evening workers who struggled to acquire daily essentials during normal store hours. They sell your average, everyday corner store items: drinks, snacks, sunglasses/screen. Pop in any time of day if you need anything!

Puppies Galore

Berlin was voted the most dog-friendly city in 2011. There are over 200,00 puppies in the entire city, counting both registered and unregistered dogs. All dogs are required to be registered and taxes are even paid on them. Bring your furry friend along for the ride; or, if you’re allergic, remember your allergy medicine.

Mingle with Singles

A 2015 study showed that one in every two Berliners is single. Many residents don’t subscribe to the idea that marriage is needed to fulfill a satisfying life. Berliners are famous for rebelling against spiessigkeit, or squareness. Most prefer a freer life that deviates from the norms of the status quo.

What To Do in Berlin

Döner Spit

Döner spits are a staple snack in Berlin. Inspired by Turkish kebabs, each döner spit contains roughly 63 kilograms of meat, meaning roughly 60 tons of meat is eaten in Berlin every single day. The differences from Turkish kebabs are mostly in the type of bread choice as well as the sauces and spices used on the meats. You’ll see street vendors selling them – stop by and try!

Berlin Zoo

Zoos are almost always a fun family excursion, but have you ever been to the most visited zoo in Europe? The Berlin Zoo has more than 200,000 animals from 1,300 different species, all living harmoniously on 82 acres of beautiful land. There is also the Berlin Zoological Garden, which has much to fill a fun family day trip.


Berlin is known for many enjoyable attributes, but weather is not its selling point. The city made up for it however by erecting intriguing museums of all varieties. In fact, there are more museums in Berlin than there are rainy days (on average). Go and find the ones that suit your fancy (and also bring an umbrella for your commute).

What NOT To Do in Berlin

Open a Beer Bottle With a Beer Opener

Beer is a big part of Berlin culture. So much so, that opening beer bottles has become something of a creative sport. It is more common to observe Berliners opening a beer bottle with a lighter, with the top of the counter (not recommended as it erodes the table) or even, gruesomely, with their teeth (not recommended for obvious reasons). Practice on a lighter prior to your trip so you fit right in!

Recycle Improperly

Germans are quite particular about their recycling processes (as we all should be). If you do plan on following the advice above and imbibing in local brews, be sure to follow local recycling rules. Most bottles have a label on them that says “pfand” or “refund.” These bottles can be returned to supermarkets for, you guessed it, a refund. If you don’t feel like going through the hassle of returning to the store, you can leave bottles underneath rubbish bins. Many natives leave them there for the homeless or low-income people who collect them and return them to stores. If you drink outside, you may encounter one of these individuals who might ask for your empty bottle. If you’re not planning on returning it yourself, we recommend giving it to them. That bottle may earn them dinner for the evening.

Show Up To a Party Before 2 AM

Parties in Berlin can last for days – literally. That’s why there’s no need to show up early. If you’re planning a wild night out, don’t start getting ready for your party until at least midnight unless you want to be seen as an outsider. Instead, eat a late dinner, enjoy a disco nap, and try a Club Mate, a Berlin classic. It’s a caffeinated drink that is bound to keep a fun night going.

Main International Airports

Berlin is served by two international airports, Berlin Tegel Airport and Berlin Schönefeld Airport. Berlin Tegel Airport is the main airport serving the city, and it is located just northwest of the city center. It handles both domestic and international flights, and it is a hub for German airline Lufthansa. Berlin Schönefeld Airport is located southeast of the city center, and it mainly handles low-cost carrier flights. Main International Airports in Paris are Charles de Gaulle Airport, Orly Airport, and Beauvais Airport. Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest airport in Paris, and it is located just northeast of the city center. It handles both domestic and international flights, and it is a hub for French airline Air France. Orly Airport is located just south of the city center, and it mainly handles domestic flights. Beauvais Airport is located about 60 kilometers north of the city center, and it mainly handles low-cost carrier flights.

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Best Time to Visit Berlin

May through September is said to be the best time of year to visit Berlin. This type of weather allows for pleasant city strolling, tranquil park lazing, and comfortable café lounging. Don’t take our word for it – find out for yourself!

Flying Time from United States to Berlin

A connecting flight from DC to Berlin is 10 hours. There are always business class flights with nonstop and layover options.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Berlin

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Berlin.

Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • KLM,
  • Air France,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try Lufthansa.

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How to Get Business Class Fares to Berlin with Voyagu

How to get business class fares to Berlin If you’re looking for an affordable way to fly business class to Berlin, there are a few things you can do to get the best fares.

First, plan your trip well in advance and keep an eye out for sales and promotions. Many airlines offer significant discounts on business class tickets if you book early.

Secondly, consider flying with a smaller airline that may not have as many business class seats to fill. You may be able to find a cheaper fare this way.

Finally, remember that off-peak times are typically less expensive for business class travel. If your schedule is flexible, look for flights that depart during less busy times. By following these tips, you should be able to find business class fares to Berlin that fit your budget and schedule.

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