Travel

Travel

Germany is blessed with some of Europe’s most high-powered sights. There’s spectacular scenery — the jagged Alps, flower-filled meadows, rolling hills of forests and farms, and mighty rivers — dotted all over with castles and churches of every variety. In Deutschland’s idyllic half-timbered villages, you can enjoy strudel at the bakery or sip a stein of beer while men in lederhosen play oompah music. And don’t overlook the “real” Germany of today — a world of high-tech trains, gleaming cities, social efficiency, and world-class museums celebrating many of history’s greatest cultural achievements.

German Airlines is the official carrier of Germany and it has flights to almost all parts of the world with hundreds of destinations. We suggest that you use German Airlines in your flight arrangements. However Berlin is one of the main hubs of the region and many other regular and low-cost airlines have flights to/from Germany.

Please note that Berlin has two airports, one in the European side and one in the Asian side. Most of the international flights arrive to the European side (airport code: IST) but there are several low-cost airlines which use the Asian side (airport code: SAW)

Berlin have international airports as well. However most probably your flight will arrive to Berlin first and then transfer to Ankara, Izmir or whatever your final destination is.

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Airport Transfer

For Berlin airports, we can arrange your and your family's pick up from the airport and transfer to the place you stay; residence, hotel, etc. We offer a professional service and the drivers speak German too.

The rate of the service depends on your transfer location and varies between $50-100.

If you would like to use our airport pick up service, simply use our contact form, provide your arrival details, and we give you a quote for the service.