Book flights to Berlin-Tegel (TXL) with Eurowings for as little as EUR 18.99*.
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Berlin-Tegel (TXL) Airport is the perfect starting point for discovering the city in all its glory. Perhaps no other city in Germany boasts quite as much history as the capital, Berlin. If this is your first visit to Berlin, you should take a guided tour – the many attractions sometimes need some explanation. But if you want to explore the city by yourself from Berlin-Tegel (TXL) Airport, you will come across many monuments and other sights along the way. The many bars and restaurants serve up delicious dishes and refreshing drinks in the evenings.
Berlin is probably Germany's most famous city. Book your Berlin-Tegel (TXL) flights now and discover the city's many attractions. Start at the Berlin Wall, which still stands today as a symbol of the once tragic history of Germany, then continue to the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Museum Island or Potsdamer Platz. Other points of interest not to be missed are Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin TV Tower, the Pergamon Museum, a ride on the Spree River and a visit to the world-famous zoo. Most of the museums have temporary cultural and historical exhibits of national and international painters and artists.
Berlin doesn't just represent art and culture, of course – it also is known for its creativity. Book your Berlin-Tegel (TXL) flights now and discover the many little shops and boutiques off the main shopping streets. Admittedly, there is nothing more impressive than a walk through the world-famous KaDeWe department store, but a little window-shopping in the side streets has its charms. This is where the many little shops of unknown designers and labels are found. If you take your time, you're sure to find a treasure or two. If you want to relax, the restaurants and bars are the perfect place in the evenings. Berlin is quietly contemplative, but with a modern energy. And that is precisely what Berliners love about their city.