Berlin is located in northeastern Germany on the banks of rivers Spree and Havel
and is the country’s capital. The city offers the best of art, music, history. It
has a myriad of sights to enjoy with year-long events, concerts, and the best of
nightlife. Summer roof terraces and beach bars, food markets, and shopping joints
make Berlin one of the perfect holiday destinations.
Did you know?
• Berlin has 1,700 bridges (even more than Venice!) and 180 km
• Berlin is the only city in the world that has three active opera houses -
Berliner Staatsoper, Deutsche Oper Berlin, and Komische Oper Berlin.
About flights from amsterdam to berlin
Top 5 airlines with maximum number of flights
The top 5 airlines with the maximum number of flights
are Lufthansa, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air France
, Swiss Airlines, and Austrian Airlines
Airline(s) with cheapest options
The airline with the cheapest flight from Amsterdam to Berlin is Flybe, followed
by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
. The Lowest Fare
Finder by Yatra can be used to find cheap air tickets
Major layover airports
The major layover airports for flights from Amsterdam to Berlin are Frankfurt,
Munich, Zurich, Paris, and London.
, Germany’s flagship carrier, provides various
facilities for a memorable travel. A friendly crew staff, Markus Del Monego-
selected wine list, and Michelin-starred culinary offering make the journey
special. Lufthansa also has a five-star rating
to its credit
and in addition to these, amenities like a standalone bed, in-flight air
humidifiers, and bespoke toiletry kit are also provided to passengers.
Reaching the city from berlin tegel airport
Berlin Tegel Airport is located at 12 km from the city. There are no direct
trains from the airport. The four express buses - TXL, the 109, the X9, and the
128 take you to the city center. It takes approximately 45 minutes from the
airport to Alexanderplatz with the Express Bus TXL. Zoologischer Garten can be
reached in around 20 minutes with the Express Bus X9. Tickets can be purchased at
the ticket desks in the main terminal or at the ticket machines outside Terminal
A. Apart from these buses, there are plenty of taxis outside arrivals with
metered cost that take you to the city in around 20 minutes.
The offbeat trail
• Gendarmenmarkt Square:
This is Berlin’s most beautiful
square and a site of an architectural ensemble, including the Konzerthaus, which
is a concert hall and the French and German Churches embellished with towers.
Germany's renowned poet Friedrich Schiller’s epic statue stands in the center of
An elegant shopping street also known as
the Berlin's boulevard of dreams, the Kurfürstendamm is one of the most famous
avenues in Berlin, a top address for shopping filled with cafés, restaurants,
jazz bars, art galleries, theaters, and cabarets. The street takes its name from
the former Kurfürsten (Elector) of Brandenburg.
• East Side Gallery:
The East Side Gallery is an
international memorial for freedom. It is a 1316-meter-long section and world’s
longest and long-lasting open-air gallery. The gallery consists of 105 paintings
by artists from all over the world and these artworks document a time of
Packing essentials when visiting berlin
Here’s a list of your packing essentials:
• An umbrella or raincoat for the unpredictable weather in Berlin.
• Comfortable shoes good to explore the city on foot.
Q. What is the minimum time taken to reach Berlin from Amsterdam?
The minimum time taken to reach Berlin from Amsterdam
through a direct flight is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Q. What is the time difference between Amsterdam and Berlin?
There is no time difference between Amsterdam and
Q. When is the first flight from Amsterdam to Berlin?
The first flight out from Amsterdam to Berlin is at 6.45
Q. When is the last flight from Amsterdam to Berlin?
The last flight out from Amsterdam to Berlin is at 11.10
Q. What are the airport codes for Amsterdam and Berlin?
The airport code Amsterdam International
is AMS and Berlin Tegel Airport is TXL.