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from Birmingham to Berlin

You can get from Birmingham to Berlin by train, bus or flight.

Our recommendation

To get from Birmingham to Berlin on 29 Nov we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

10:40Birmingham International Airport3h45 15:25Berlin Brandenburg Airport
1 changes
£4101One-way
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10:40Birmingham International Airport3h45 15:25Berlin Brandenburg Airport
1 changes
£4101One-way
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13:20Birmingham International Airport3h35 17:55Berlin Brandenburg Airport
1 changes
£4161One-way
08:45Birmingham International Airport4h15 14:00Berlin Brandenburg Airport
1 changes
£4161One-way
13:20Birmingham International Airport4h35 18:55Berlin Brandenburg Airport
1 changes
£4161One-way

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COMPARE Prices for trains, buses and flights

Sun
28 Nov
£126HOP!
Mon
29 Nov
£166Air France
Thu
2 Dec
£94Lufthansa
Fri
3 Dec
£161Lufthansa
Sat
4 Dec
£99KLM
Sun
5 Dec
£166Air France
Mon
6 Dec
£166Air France
Tue
7 Dec
£128Air France
Wed
8 Dec
£74Eurowings
Thu
9 Dec
£128Air France
Fri
10 Dec
£109Eurowings
Sat
11 Dec
£176Lufthansa
Sun
12 Dec
£98Eurowings
Mon
13 Dec
£101Air France
Wed
15 Dec
£73Eurowings
Thu
16 Dec
£108Eurowings
Fri
17 Dec
£99Eurowings
Sat
18 Dec
£179KLM

Travel Information to Berlin from Birmingham

distanceDistance641 miles (1034 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight
fastestFastest modeFlight • £130 • 3 h 40 min
carriersPopular travel companiesBrussels Airlines

Take a flight to travel 641 miles (1034 km) from Birmingham to Berlin. Brussels Airlines is the main travel provider operating this route. Travellers can even take a direct from Birmingham to Berlin.

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