Non-stop to Berlin – airberlin flies you to the heart of Europe!
airberlin is starting its non-stop service between Dubai and Berlin on 4th November. Flights will take off three times a week on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Dubai and on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Berlin. They will be integrated into the airberlin hub in Berlin with convenient connections in Germany and throughout Europe.
airberlin – first choice for smart travellers
airberlin is the fastest growing airline since German reunification. Founded in 1978, the airline has enjoyed steady growth ever since. Ranked as Germany’s second largest airline and the fifth largest in Europe, airberlin carried around 27.9 million passengers in 2009. More than 8,000 employees contribute to its ongoing success.
The attractive pricing and service levels appeal to the business as well as to the leisure traveller. On airberlin flights, passengers can look forward to airberlin’s award-winning on-board service ». You will be served two meals in our Economy Class: one main meal with a choice of two hot dishes, and a cold meal or snack. You also have the option of pre-ordering free special menus. We also serve special children’s menus for children from the age of two. Furthermore our range of services includes daily newspapers, allocated seating, 20 kg luggage allowance and lots of other benefits for your comfort and convenience.
In our Business Class » we provide an all-round service and look after you so well that even time will fly! It really is the most relaxing way to travel!
Welcome to Europe’s premier city!
Both dynamic and creative, fast-paced and relaxing, urban and green: Berlin, the German capital, captivates visitors with its extraordinary variety.
The contrasts between historic and contemporary architecture, between tradition and modernity, are particular features of this city. The sights of Berlin, from the Brandenburg Gate to the Federal Chancellery, relate the history of an entire nation.
Berlin’s museum landscape houses treasures that represent the world’s cultural heritage, from Ancient Egypt to contemporary artists. The city’s trademark is its vast cultural variety. Brand new trends are born in the creative atmosphere of Berlin, a metropolis with a unique lifestyle, where fashion and design have a major impact. The flourishing creative scene and Berlin’s popular music and club culture also contribute to this lively city’s unmistakable character.
However, the extensive parks and forests as well as the numerous lakes and rivers in Berlin are havens of peace.
The wealth of cultural events, the fascinating contrasts and the flair of a cosmopolitan metropolis continue to captivate visitors from all over the world.
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Berlin: Capital city with its finger on the pulse of modernity – always new, always Berlin!
Berlin, the German capital, is more exciting than ever. Berlin’s landmark is the famous Brandenburg Gate in the district of Mitte. Impressive historic buildings adorn the imposing boulevard Unter den Linden: Berlin’s Dom (Cathedral), Zeughaus (Arsenal), Neue Wache (New Guard House) and Bebelplatz (Bebel Square). The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most attractive squares in the city. The architecture at Alexanderplatz with its 368 metre high television tower dates from the 20th century.
The imposing buildings in the government district at Tiergarten shape the face of the city. The glass dome of the Reichstag, seat of the German Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament), is open to all visitors. Potsdamer Platz, with its daring architecture that accommodates a mixture of shops, theatres and cinemas, is one of the most popular attractions.
Tiergarten is the green heart of the city, and the Siegessäule (Victory Column) and Zoological Garden can also be found here. Many more lakes, forests and parks offer wonderful areas for relaxation.
Berlin has a large number of splendid palaces, such as the Charlottenburger Schloss with its beautiful park, and Schloss Glienicke, which is built in the Italian style and is located in an attractive landscape between Berlin and Potsdam.
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Berlin lives and breathes art: not only has the city become a focal point for young artists in recent years, but the museum landscape, a unique development within Europe, has been preserved and later developed with breathtaking speed. Berlin’s museums house treasures representing the world’s cultural heritage, from Ancient Egypt to contemporary artists. Around 175 museums with their archaeological and art collections, their unusual architecture or new exhibition concepts turn a visit to the capital into an unforgettable experience.
The outstanding museums include the five buildings that make up the Museum Island (declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO), the Gemäldegalerie, the Hamburger Bahnhof and the Neue Nationalgalerie. In addition to the Pergamon Altar and the famous Bust of Nefertiti, the Neues Museum presents valuable art treasures from around 6000 years of human history.
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The theatres in Berlin also offer something special that is unparalleled throughout Europe in terms of the quality, variety and density. The programme for lovers of classical music, for instance, is unrivalled: musical life in the city is shaped not only by eight large symphony orchestras – including the famous Berlin Philharmonic – but also a wide range of operas staged in three large opera houses, making it globally unique. 150 large and small theatres stage daring avant-garde plays as well as major classics to ensure varied entertainment covering all genres .
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Shopping in the heart of Europe. Exclusive designer clothing and unusual trends, international flair and local fashionistas. Berlin attracts visitors with its endless diversity and a lively fashion scene. Sophisticated boutiques and glamorous designer shops can be found on the Kurfürstendamm and its elegant side streets as well as on Friedrichstrasse in Mitte. In addition to the French charm of Galeries Lafayette, there is the attraction of the bold art-deco department store Quartier 206 which houses the boutiques of major designers.
The Kaufhaus des Westens, the largest department store on the European continent, is considered to be the best of the best and presents over 1800 different brands and labels. An absolute must is the legendary 6th floor, which accommodates Europe’s largest delicatessen department over an area of 7000 m2.
The perfect way to enjoy a very individual shopping spree is to hire a personal shopper who will guide you unerringly through the local fashion scene. Whichever shop you enter, a personal shopper means that you, as customer, will be king, that you will be given honest advice in line with your particular style, and that you will also discover plenty of insider tips.
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Berlin basks in the light of all kinds of stars. However, the culinary stars shine particularly brightly. With a total of 12 coveted Michelin starts, the city has also become the Federal Republic’s gourmet capital 20 years after German unification.
The list of Berlin restaurants and chefs who have each been awarded one star includes Gabriele, Lorenz Adlon, Facil, First Floor, Hugos, Margaux, Quadriga, Reinstoff and Vau. Absolutely top of the capital’s list of restaurants is “Fischers Fritz” where chef Christian Lohse has been cooking at two-star level since 2007.
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Whether you prefer the distinctive surroundings of a designer hotel or the elegant atmosphere of a five-star establishment – the variety and modern appeal of Berlin’s hotel landscape is unparalleled in Europe. It captivates visitors to the city with its international charm, relaxing spa packages and an attractive price-performance ratio. And the choice is growing constantly. Berlin already features 22 luxury hotels at the five-star standard.