Turkish Airlines offers 20 different alternatives in average every day from Berlin to Tbilisi. All these flights are operated as connecting over Istanbul and Istanbul Airport (IST) generally serves as an airport of transit. Note that in some flights, the airport of arrival may not be the next departure point to Tbilisi. In such case, passengers are required to transfer from Istanbul Airport (IST) to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). There may be some changes on the number of flights throughout the year; it is likely to find more flight alternatives in this route in the months of summer.
The duration of the journeys from Berlin to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 23 hours in average.
You may have a chance to turn your layover at Istanbul, one of the most charming European metropolises, Istanbul, into a joyful break during your journeys from Berlin to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines. If your layover is between 6 to 24 hours, you may benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines to instantly explore this magnificent city.
As an extremely touristic destination by all its art galleries combining the modern details by bohemian perspective, as well as its museums providing an insight into the history and its distinctive architecture, Berlin ranks among the top favorite cities flooded by visitors all over the world. Being a city rich in also natural gems by the canals of Spree River and the splendid lakes around, Berlin is one of the most popular destinations countrywide.
Checkpoint Charlie, which served as a transition point from the Berlin Wall in Nazi Germany, and the East Side Gallery are the remarkable icons of the city. Tourists love to take photographs in these spots bearing the miserable memories of the past. Furthermore, Brandenburger Tor, the historic Berlin gate arouses interest by its dashing architecture. The Museum Island consisting of utterly peerless five museums, together with the glorious Charlottenburg Palace, and Berlin Zoo, the favorite spot of especially the families with children, are the outstanding worth-seeing destinations in the capital.
A joyful city where Kura River flows through, Tbilisi is the capital and one of the most populous cities of Georgia. Being under the spotlight by its verdant nature, hospitable people and traditional cuisine, this lovely city brings in a large number of tourists every year. Especially the Old Town and historic districts at the west side of Kura River are highly appealing to the culture lovers. Vivacious Old Town square is the most touristic spot by numerous lovely cafés and restaurants, whereas the Narikala Fortress remaining from the 4th century and the statue of Kartlis Deda are other noteworthy icons in Tbilisi by their locations at the top. If you are interested in getting to know the city closer and blending into the local life, make sure to spend some time in Rustaveli Boulevard and Liberty Square.
There is a single airport managing the air traffic in Tbilisi, passengers with a flight ticket to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines land at this airport. Tbilisi Airport (TBS) is 17 kilometers from the city center.
It is possible to get on the buses numbered 37 and 137 departing right on the way out the terminal building, for reaching the city center. These buses operate in every 15 minutes and get to the city center within nearly an hour. Following the route Samgori, Avlabari, Liberty Square, Rustaveli, Republic Square and Tamar Bridge, these buses are the most frequently preferred option in transport.
For a more private and comfortable transport, cabs would be another alternative which are at your service 7/24 in the airport. Although not frequently preferred, you may also use the train services, heading towards the main station in the center from 08.45 to 18.05 every day.