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Flights to Germany


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As a Central European country, Germany is an important destination for cultural trips. The land where many pillars of the world of thought lived, including Nietzche, Kant, Hegel and Engels is also the birth place of the composers like Beethoven, Brahams and Schumann, as well as the famous physicists Einstein and Heisenberg. Having pulled itself rapidly together right after the successive wars, Germany is highly active in tourism. You will definitely find something to do all year throughout this country. You may be informed about the sorrowful history of the city through the ruins of Berlin Wall; witness the glory of Hohenschwangau Castle in Bavaria; or have a chance to examine closely the Cologne Cathedral, one of the best representatives of the Gothic architecture.

Have a look at the flights to Germany right now, if you also wish to explore the varied aspects of Germany and plan your Germany travels utilizing the privileged opportunities offered by Turkish Airlines.

Flight Details

Germany flight details

Turkish Airlines flies to 13 different destinations in Germany: Berlin, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Friedrichshafen, Hamburg, Hannover, Karlsruhe, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart. Flights departing from Istanbul Airport (IST) or Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) take nearly three and a half hours.

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and Munich Airport (MUC) serve as the busiest airports in the country. Likewise, Dusseldorf (DUS), Hamburg (HAM), Cologne-Bonn (CGN), Stuttgart (STR), together with Tegel (TXL) and Schönefeld (SXF) Airports serving in Berlin host more than 10 million passengers throughout the year.

Turkish citizens living in Germany also contribute to this mobility in the air traffic between these two countries. An increase is likely to occur in the number of flights especially in summer vacation or other holidays, basing on the frequent air traffic. Another reason for the busy air traffic in Germany during summer is the festivals taking place all over the country during these months. TFF Rudolstadt, Bayreuth Festival, Rock im Park and Cranger Kirmes are just a few remarkable events organized in Germany. However, festivals do not take place only in summer; Germany is filled up with a refreshing atmosphere by the festivals organized in September and October as well. Germany is flooded by millions of tourists in autumn with Bremer Freimarkt, Octoberfest, Cannstatter Volksfest and other numerous festivals all over the country.

Karneval, Fastnacht und Faching which takes place at Cologne on 11 November offers an utterly different experience for the guests with its colorful carnival atmosphere. On the other hand, the country wraps itself up in a vivid ambiance in the Christmas time during December. Those visiting the cities of Germany to see the Christmas markets set on the squares increase in number each passing day.

Along with that, since Germany is an important center for industry and finance, the business trips have a significant role in this traffic as well. Particularly the cities like Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart host business people from all over the world throughout the year with the occasion of exhibitions, congresses and other professional events.

In a nutshell, if you are planning to book a flight to Germany, it is advisable taking action considering the air traffic and accordingly planning ahead as much as possible.

Attraction Points

Germany sightseeing and attractions

Another reason underlying the popularity of Germany flights is the country’s tourism potential. Coming into prominence especially in the cultural tourism, Germany offers many cities and districts to see and activities to perform. You may recreate yourself joyfully in the cities of Germany during the colorful festivals in spring months and make use of the skiing opportunities the country presents during the winter.

The capital of Germany, Berlin is the primary destination for touristic trips. Reichstag, Berlin Wall, Alexanderplatz, Museum Island and Berlin Cathedral are amongst the leading must-see locations within the city. Giving an opportunity to its visitors to observe the country’s history step by step, Berlin simply seems as if it has reborn from its ashes. A vivacious street culture lies behind the traces of wars that proceeded until the recent past. Museums, art galleries, concerts… Berlin offers an entire cultural experience for its guests. You may view Berlin flight tickets and organize a Berlin trip at your best convenience, if you also wish to be a part of this experience.

It is also possible to set a more comprehensive travel plan by the short trips to nearby cities like Dresden, Bremen, Leipzig and Hamburg from Berlin. You may benefit from the services operated by various bus firms, or consider taking the railway for the transportation between cities. Another option would be car rental; you may therefore be able to see many spots you wish to visit by planning your ideal route.

Being the third largest city following Berlin and Hamburg, Munich is another tourist destination. Munich attracts tourists also playing host to Oktoberfest, one of the most colorful festivals worldwide. Going on for two weeks from the last week of September until the first week of October, the festival wraps the city up in a sparkly atmosphere. Besides, Munich brings in the tourists also for being the largest city in Bavaria State, evoking admiration for its wonderful nature. You should first fly to Munich as well for the “Romantic Road” trips, extending along the middle of the country to the south covering over 400 kilometers and welcoming its guests with a perfectly green nature, as well as with pretty villages and towns surrounded with castles. Do not forget to have a look at Munich flight tickets if you wish to meet such fabulous side of Germany.

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