Cheap flights from Berlin to Birmingham

Berlin Tegal Airport is Germany’s 4th largest airport. In the past it only served West Berlin. It is located to the northwest of Berlin city centre. There are flights to both European and international destinations. There is a regular flight from Berlin Tegal to Birmingham. Berlin is the capital of Germany and it dates back to the 13th century. It’s Germany’s second largest city and it lies on the banks of the River Spree.

Berlin Tegal Facilities

Berlin has a wide range of facilities to keep travellers happy. They include sleeping cabins with beds and workstations, a private lounge, baby changing facilities and wi-fi. Both airside and landside you’ll find a variety of retail establishments ranging from clothes shops to chemists and newsagents. Car hire facilities are also available and outside there are four different parking areas.

Travelling to Birmingham from Berlin Tegal Airport

The flight time from Bergerac airport to Birmingham International is 2 hours and 5 minutes.

Getting to Berlin Tegal

If you’re travelling by car the journey from the airport should take around half an hour to the city centre. Head northwest from the airport via the B96 road or travel via the A100.

There are a number of buses operating from the airport, including an express service which runs frequently. The journey time is around 25 minutes. You’ll also find taxis outside terminals A, C and E.

There’s no train service between the city and the airport.

Travelling to and from Birmingham Airport

Travel by car via the A38 (M) and then the M6 or travel via Coventry on the A45 to get to the airport from the city centre. On the return journey travel on either the A45 via Coventry or the A38 (M) and the M6.

There are buses to and from the airport to Birmingham coach station in Mill Lane. There are also other local buses to and from Birmingham International Train Station. From there you can catch the free mono-rail service to and from the airport, which takes around 2 minutes. Trains from Birmingham International Train Station connect to Birmingham  New Street, which is in the centre of the city.

Taxis are available from the airport and from various points around Birmingham city centre.

Things to See and Do in Birmingham

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery was opened in 1885. It houses a fine collection of natural history, ceramics and jewellery. You can also learn about local and industrial history. The Art Gallery features Pre-Raphaelite paintings which are part of the largest public Pre-Raphaelite collection in the world.

Birmingham Town Hall

The town hall is a grade 1 listed building in the centre of the city. It was built in 1834 and it is a magnificent example of Victorian architecture.

The Jewellery Quarter

The jewellery quarter is where around 40% of all the jewellery in the UK is made. It a thriving district with plenty of bars and restaurants and, of course, jewellery shops.

Birmingham Symphony Hall

Birmingham Symphony Hall is said to be one of the finest in the world. The building was constructed during the 1980s and was opened in 1991. It takes influence from the concert halls of Vienna and Amsterdam. It features many innovative designs to enhance the building’s acoustics

Bullring and Grand Central

This is Birmingham’s main shopping centre. It is the largest in Britain. The bullring was originally an ugly 1960s concrete construction. But, in the year 2000 it was demolished and replaced with many distinct forms of modern architecture and quirky artwork.

Cadbury World

If you love chocolate then a visit to Cadbury World will give you an insight into this famous brand. Attractions include a multi-sensory cinema, demonstrations and interactive displays. You can also buy chocolate on your way out from the Cadbury’s shop.

St Phillips Cathedral

St Phillips cathedral is a Church of England cathedral which was constructed in the 18th century. It features a collection od stained-glass windows and a restored Thomas Swarbrick organ.

Best Time to Visit Birmingham

The best time to visit Birmingham is from June to September. There is less chance of rain, and the weather is warm.

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