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There are 1 direct flights from Singapore to Berlin.
provides 1000 of the non-stop flights between Singapore and Berlin.
|Airlines flying this route:||Scoot Singapore Airlines|
|Airports in Singapore:||Changi Airport Singapore Seletar Apt|
|Airports in Berlin:||Tegel Airport Schonefeld Airport Brandenburg Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||12h55m|
Berlin is a city with a strong history. It has seen some great changes since World War II. The city is the largest in Germany and also, the capital. Lively, friendly and welcoming, Berlin is known for its archaeological museums, art streets, delicacies, opera houses and its people. With its rich and tangible historical past and the glamorous blend of culture, architecture, delicious delicacies and a thriving nightlife, there is much to explore for a first timer in Berlin. Let’s have a look at Singapore to Berlin flight bookings.
Berlin has two airports– Berlin Tegel Airport (TXF) and Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF). Both the airports are well-connected to the city centre. One can book both direct and indirect Singapore to Berlin flights to one of them. One lies in Northeast Berlin and the other in the Southeast Berlin. Though Schönefeld entertains low-budget flights, and Tegel is closer to the city, both are international airports.
Scoot Airlines usually offers a direct flight to Berlin. Connecting flights from Singapore to Berlin are offered by Lufthansa, Swiss, and British Airlines via Munich, Zurich and London respectively. Scoot and Qatar Airways may offer cheap flights from Singapore. The time duration for a non-stop flight is about 13h 10m and for one-stop flights is approximately 15 to 17 hours.
Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Neukölln, and Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf are some of the best areas for tourists. With a vibrant nightlife, various dining options and shopping destinations, they attract travellers of all ages. Mitte lies in the centre of the city and presents a mix of history and modern charms. Friedrichshain is a bohemian paradise, where you will find street art and river beaches. For nightlife, Kreuzberg, in particular, has a number of clubs that are active and popular.
Kreuzberg is the city’s premier culinary hotspot. While you might find many tourists flocking to Oranienstrasse bars and opting for fast and cheap food, you are sure to find really great restaurants in Bergmannkiez too. Try the Wiener Schnitzel, which is thinly sliced meat with breadcrumbs, or Käsespätzle, which is pasta covered with lots and lots of cheese. The meat dishes in Berlin are also mouth-watering. Whenever you see a barbeque centre be sure to not miss delicious dishes like Picanha, honey dipped chicken, bacon wrapped chicken, spicy chorizo, lamb and pork ribs.
When you’re in Berlin the first place you should be visiting is the Memorial of the Berlin Wall. World War II changed the outlook of Berlin. People were killed, and, this structure was built to honour the lives lost. Reichstag Building is also a souvenir of World War II which was restored and renovated in 1990. The building still has bullet holes, and graffiti from the war Museum Island in Mitte is the place for the art lovers. Other interesting sites include Brandenburg Gate built on the orders of a Prussian King, Checkpoint Charlie which is the Berlin Wall crossing between East and West Berlin, and the Berlin Cathedral.
Did you know? Berlin has around 1700 bridges, and it has outrun Venice in the bridge counting.
Berlin is an eventful place with a lot of history and places that speak volumes of the city's past. With exclusive deals on flights and hotel recommendations which help you find one which is just right for you, travelling to Berlin with Trip.com is sure to be an experience to remember.
There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Singapore to Berlin. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
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