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Cheap, Business Class Flights to Germany

Germany is a hotbed of historical importance and an international igloo of manufacturing. With its renowned Autobahn, Germany is one of the world’s leading producers of cars, selling more than six million vehicles every year. With 65% of its highways having no speed limits, Germany is a country consisting of efficiency and productivity, despite the copious amounts of beer consumed.

5 Useful Tips for Traveling to Germany

Transportation is Terrific

Aside from the famous Autobahn, Germany employs other transportation methods to assist travelers in getting around. Intelligently, the Germany government designed German transportation for the purposes of three regions: A Zone – city centers, B Zone – city edges, C Zone, outside of the cities. These transportation systems encompass automobiles such as taxis, trains, busses, and bike systems. Be sure not to walk in the bike lanes.


Recycling is part of German culture now. There are bottle-collecting stations all over cities, where recyclers can earn up to 25 cents per bottle, the same price grocery stores charge for using one of their plastic bags.

Sunday Shopping

The thing to know about shopping on Sundays in Germany is: you cannot. Almost all major stores close their doors on Sundays not necessarily for religious purposes, but mostly for rest and relaxation.

Germans Follow Rules

Of course, it is impossible to stereotype an entire ethnicity of people, but for the most part, this factoid rings true. German people often abide by their governed rules, which may come as a sarcastic shock to many Americans. However, while in Germany, be sure to do as the Germans do. Cross the street when the walking sign blinks, don’t speed or run red lights. German officers have no problem fining those who are not citizens.

Meat-Heavy Diet

Germany is not ideal for those who prefer vegetarian or vegan diets. While it is of course possible to find food to fit any dietary restrictions, much of German food is meat and carb focused. With lots of sausages, schnitzels, bread, and beer, Germany is not particularly good for the waistline.

The Best Cities to Visit in Germany, and the Places to Visit Within Them


This city is what people come to Germany for. The Bavarian capital houses all the German traditions tourists hope to see. Home to the globally known party, Oktoberfest, Munich shows off German culture with pride. Locals and tourists alike don dirndls and lederhosens while guzzling beer and pretzels. They can then visit the picturesque Marienplatz or the Disney-esque Neuschwanstein castle. Munich is what people picture in their mind when they think of Germany.


Germany’s second-largest city, Hamburg’s skyline is noticeable by its tall high-rise buildings and church spires. Nicknamed the Venice of Germany, Hamburg is a city built on water. With more canals than the romantic Italian city and more bridges than any other city in the world, Hamburg is a dream for those who are calmed by the sight, sound, and smell of water. While there, be sure to visit Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg’s tallest inhabited building. This concert hall has space for 2,100 spectators and is perfect for a evening date in Hamburg.


Dresden perfectly balances the convenience of city life with the serenity of nature. More than half of the city’s center is filled with forestry. Saxon Switzerland National Park is close by, with mountains that have handfuls of hearty hikes. If hiking isn’t your thing, try the Dresden Paddleboat Tour where you can enjoy beautiful scenery, historical facts given by your tour guide, as well as coffee and cake served onboard.


Postdam is a city that has won the heart of UNESCO. Home to many World Heritage Sites such as Havel River and Peakock Island, Postdam shows off its natural beauty with class. In 1989, The Palaces and Parks was inscribed as a World Heritage Site. However, after the reunification of Germany, UNESCO renamed the site The Palaces and Parks of Postdam and Berlin. Seeing the natural beauty of Postdam will force tourists to learn the rich history of the region.


Those who travel to Berlin receive bountiful historical knowledge. Berlin is home to many ancient artifacts and stories from long ago. Travelers can visit the Berlin Wall Memorial, the Reichstag (Germany’s Parliament building), the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and many other memorials that pay homage to World War II. Those who enjoy a waltz through history might take pleasure from a trip to Berlin.

Main International Airports 

There is a grand total of 36 international airports in Germany that offer business class flights into the country.

Below are the 10 busiest airports in order of most busy to least busy: 

  • Frankfurt
  • Munich
  • Düsseldorf
  • Berlin Tegel
  • Hamburg
  • Cologne / Bonn
  • Berlin Schönefeld
  • Stuttgart
  • Hanover
  • Nuremberg

Best Time to Visit Germany

The best time to visit Germany is dependent upon how you like to spend your time. If you appreciate winter temperatures, you may enjoy  Germany’s ski season. Germans will trek the Alps anytime between Christmas and the end of March. For warmer temperatures, you’ll want to visit Germany anywhere between May and early October. Germans have nicknamed harvest season “Golderner October” because of the enjoyable weather that is good for both people and crops.

Oktoberfest is perhaps one of Germany’s most famous events. As the name suggests, the festival runs during the month of October. However, it often begins in September and ends somewhere in October. For those who enjoy beer, carnival rides, decadent food, and more beer, October might be the best month to travel to Germany.

Flying Time from United States to Germany 

A nonstop, business class flight to Germany from New York is seven hours. The same flight from Los Angeles is 11 hours. The cheapest business class tickets to Germany could take up to 20 hours, including multiple layovers.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Germany 

While Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, what follows is a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Germany. Understand that some of these may not have direct flights; instead, they may arrange comforting connections for you:

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

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