You can get from Paris to Berlin by train, bus or flight.
To get from Paris to Berlin on 21 Sep we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.
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|Distance||544 miles (878 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight, coach or train|
|Ticket price range||£27 - £91|
|Cheapest mode||Coach • • 16 h 15 min|
|Popular travel companies||easyJet, BlaBlaCar Bus or Deutsche Bahn|
Take a flight, coach or train to travel 544 miles (878 km) from Paris to Berlin. A coach is best for those looking to save money on this trip, with tickets costing about. The most popular travel providers which serve this route are easyJet, BlaBlaCar Bus or Deutsche Bahn among others. Travellers can even take a direct flight, coach or train from Paris to Berlin.
As Berlin is a large metropolitan city, with many accessible travel options, bus, train, and flight. Travel from Paris to Berlin is available by an average journey of 12h to over 20h by bus, depending on your location. There are buses available every day in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Direct trains take an average of 8h to 9h 30min, arriving in Berlin Hbf. You can find trains every day of the week in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Flights to Berlin arrive at the Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), with an average of 1h 45min to 1h 50min direct flights. You can access flights from Paris to Berlin every day of the week, with multiple flights a day.
Berlin is Germany’s capital and largest city, in the country's northeast, and dates back to the 13th century. The currency is the Euro, and it averages a moderate continental climate with cold winters and warm summers. It was divided in the Cold War and had a turbulent time in the 20th century when East and West Germany were separated. The famous Berlin Wall that once divided the city, can still be seen in parts of Berlin. There’s also a Holocaust Memorial within the city. Today Berlin is known for its impressive art scene, and the modern landmarks of the city such as the Berliner Philharmonie, a golden coloured building with a swooped roof.
Berlin has a great public transport system, with an array of buses, trams, trains, and the underground metro, and ferries, connecting you to all parts of Berlin and beyond. There are over 140 buses during the day serving over 2500 bus stops, and in the evening over 60 bus routes are servicing more than 1500 bus stops. There are 22 trams with over 350 stops throughout Berlin. The train system is called the S-Bahn which operates rapid transport above ground, with 15 routes and over 160 stations. The underground train is called the U-Bahn, an urban rapid rail system, with occasional stops that are above ground or on street level. It has nine lines with over 170 stations. Also, six ferries are operating as public transport on the water. Berlin has a transport application available on both android and apple phones. The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), allows you to quickly purchase tickets, provides step-by-step navigation for journey planning, and combines all of Berlin’s transport in a single application.
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Arrival bus, train, flight station, airport: Buses to Berlin from Paris arrive either at the Berlin Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof, Berlin Bahnhof Südkreuz, Berlin Europaplatz am Haf/Berlin Central Station, and Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). The main trains to Berlin arrive at Berlin Hbf, also known as Berlin Central Station, and flights from Paris to Berlin arrive at the airport BER. Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof is 0.6 miles (10 km) to the city, accessible by a combination of the S-Bahn and a bus. It is a large outdoor bus station or bus garage. Europaplatz am Haf is just over 2 miles (3.4 km) from the city and accessible by the S-Bahn. It’s connected to the Berlin Central Station which is a major station in Berlin, serving trains. Bahnhof Südkreuz is just over 4 miles (6.8 km) to the city centre, and accessible by a combination of two S-Bahns or with the S-Bahn and a bus. It’s a major interchange station with buses and trains. The Berlin airport is around 14 miles (23 km) from the city centre, and accessible by the S-Bahn. It’s a major international airport with facilities such as Wi-Fi, restaurants, retail shops, currency exchange, toilets, and car rental services.
Three companies offer buses to Berlin from Paris, BlaBla Car Bus, RegioJet, and FlixBus. While FlixBus offers more regular services and to various destinations throughout Berlin, BlaBla Car Bus offers fully exchangeable and mobile tickets. RegioJet is a limited service, however, it provides complimentary hot drinks, free entertainment and Wi-Fi, as well as mobile tickets. Deutsche Bahn trains provide the most regular routes from Paris to Berlin, with the most variety in departure times, stations, and arrival locations. There are also occasional trains from the French companies SNCF and OUI, however, these are far less frequent, often with only one journey available a day. Train journeys take on average 8h 37min to 13h 07min, depending on where you depart from, where you arrive, the number of changes and their duration. Direct flights from Paris to Berlin are offered by easyJet and AirFrance. These take an average of 1h 45min to 1h 50min. The difference is due to the location of the departing airport in Paris. Other companies offer flights with stopovers. These are KLM, Lufthansa, Sas, Austrian, Swiss, and Norwegian Airways.
BlaBlaCar Bus offers regular buses from Paris to Berlin every Monday and Saturday. The service from Paris (Bercy Seine) to Berlin Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof, Berlin Europaplatz am Haf, or Berlin Bahnhof Südkreuz, with an average of four journeys a day from Wednesday through to Sunday, with the first bus departing at 10:30 a.m. and the last at 11:55 p.m. On Mondays and Tuesdays, there is an average of two journeys a day, one at 12:45 p.m. and one departing at 07:30 p.m. The journey durations vary according to the duration of your change and the location of those changes. The changes are either in Amsterdam or Munich. Usually, this journey only has one change over. Journeys with BlaBlaCar Bus takes from 17h 40min to 21h 25min.
RegioJet offers regular buses from Paris to Berlin once a day every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The service departs at Paris (Bercy Seine) and arrives at Berlin Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof with one change at Praha, ÚAN Florenc. The journey takes an average of 20h 00mins starting at 05:00 p.m. to 01:00 p.m.
FlixBus provides regular daily buses from Paris to Berlin every day of the week. Buses with this service occur 10-20 times a day, depending on the day. The service departs from Paris Quai de Bercy (Parking Saemes Bercy Autocars) to various locations in Berlin; Central Bus Station, Berlin Airport, Berlin Bahnhof Südkreuz. As there are multiple buses per hour, you can choose your location without compromising on the time of day that you travel. Buses with FlixBus depart as early as 04:05 a.m. and as late as 11:05 p.m. The duration of your journey depends on your arrival station and the length of your changes. An average journey with FlixBus without any changes is from 12h 35min to 17h 20min.
Deutsche Bahn provides daily trains from Paris to Berlin throughout the entire day. The service runs from Paris Gare de l’Est to Berlin Hbf. Over 20 trains are running a day on average, with an average of five trains in the morning, eight to ten in the afternoon, and around four every evening. Occasionally these trains are operated by Deutsche Bahn alongside the French train companies SNCF or OUI. The first train departs Monday to Saturday at 07:08 a.m. with the last train at 07:06 p.m. On Sundays, the first train is earlier at 06:39 a.m. with the last train departing at the same time as during the week. The duration of the journey depends on the time of day that you depart, as there are slow trains and faster ones. It is also reliant on the number of stopovers. These trains have a minimum of one or more changes, usually with a maximum of three changes. For trains that have two or more changes, the journey is booked under a single booking, however, two independent tickets are given.
easyJet offers flights from Paris to Berlin every day of the week. Flights from easyJet depart from two different locations, Paris Orly Airport (ORY) and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), but both arrive at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). Flights from ORY depart daily. It’s a direct service offering the first flight at 09:45 a.m. and the last departing at 08:30 p.m. On Saturdays, there is a single flight in the late morning, usually at 10:30 a.m. Sundays offer two flights, 08:55 a.m. and 08:45 p.m. Flights from CDG depart on Mondays and Sundays at 06:05 a.m.
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AirFrance provides flights from Paris to Berlin every day of the week. Flights depart from 08:00 a.m. with the last flight at 08:40 p.m. This is a direct service from CDG to BER. AirFrance also connects flights during the week with KLM.
If you’re looking for an economical solution for your journey, there are a couple of ways to get cheap tickets to Berlin. A great way to save on fares is to purchase your ticket well in advance. You can find cheaper tickets a month or two ahead of your time of booking, rather than buying a ticket for a closer date. Another solution to save money is by being flexible in your travel dates and times.
Travel on a weekday may be cheaper than a weekend. Also, travel times that are early in the morning are usually less expensive than those in the evening. The afternoon tends to have a middle price. You could also consider choosing routes with changes, stopovers, or slower journeys. Alternatively, consider choosing a different arrival at a station or airport, as some tend to be less expensive journeys than others. These options are usually more economical.
The historical city of Berlin is known for many things, it’s grungy and modern street art scene, it is the musical centre of Germany home to famous bands and DJs and is the world capital of techno, it has an alternative living lifestyle, and three UNESCO World Heritage sites for art, music, and culture. There are over 180 museums in Berlin, home to artistic masterpieces from classical artists and painters.
The historic landmark buildings such as the Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park, the Holocaust Memorial, the Brandenburger Tor, create a reputation for Berlin as the ‘City of Freedom’, a bright change from its darkened past. It has a grand variety of food and beer culture, known for its nightlife, and modern way of living, from up-cycling, to guerrilla gardening.
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Must Know:The public transport network in Berlin is extensive and reliable, meaning its easy for visitors to get around.
Must See:Explore the many different museums in Berlin, especially on Museum Island. In the summertime visit the many different parks and lakes around the city.
Must Do: Join one of the free walking tours that take place several times a day to learn about this city's history.
Did you know? Berlin has more bridges than Venice, about 1,700.
Not the information you were looking for? Why not try our Travel Guide to Berlin for some inspiration?
Train operators that provide services to Berlin from Paris include SNCF and Deutsche Bahn. The journey is usually indirect and takes at least 7 hours and 55 minutes. The modern high-speed TGV ALLEO, ICE and THALYS trains operate along this route. Services are available from around 6 a.m until 6 p.m and run every hour until midday. The main departure stations include Paris Gare de l'Est and Paris Nord while the points of arrival are Berlin Hbf and Berlin Spandau.
Bus operators that provide a service to Berlin from Paris include Flixbus, Berlin Linien, Eurolines Germany and Postbus. The journey takes at least 13 hours and 45 minutes. Services start at around 11 a.m and the last departure is about 11 p.m. Buses generally run at two hourly intervals, sometimes hourly. The main departure points are Porte Maillot and Gare routière Internationale de Paris Galliéni, while the main arrival point is ZOB am Funkturm.
It's possible to reach Berlin from Paris in as little as 1 hour and 40 minutes. Direct flights depart at regular intervals every day from both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports in Paris, arriving at either Berlin Schoenefeld or Berlin Tegel, giving you plenty of options to choose from. The earliest flights depart in the early morning, while the latest flights depart late into the evening.
Which airlines fly from Paris to Berlin? Flights from Paris to Berlin are offered by both budget airlines and flag carriers. One of the main providers is easyJet, which often offers the cheapest direct flights. easyJet flights depart several times a day from both Orly and Charles de Gaulle. Other carriers offering direct flights include Air France and Aigle Azur.
How long is the flight from Paris to Berlin?
Flights from Paris to Berlin can be a short as 1 hour and 40 minutes, though occasionally adverse weather conditions can lengthen the advertised journey time. easyJet flights usually take 1 hour and 50 minutes. You can almost always count on finding a direct flight since the journey is so short.
How many flights are there from Paris to Berlin? You can reach Berlin from Paris seven days a week, at any time of day. There can be as many as 14 direct flights a day between the two cities. easyJet flights depart from Paris at least twice a day, up to 5 times a day in the high season.
Travel from Paris, France to Berlin, Germany is: Partially open.
International entry is currently allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of France.
The government of Germany has imposed the following measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last verified on 19/09/2021. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip from Paris to Berlin closer to your planned date of departure here.
Return travel to Paris, France from Germany is: Partially open.
Entry into France is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Germany.
Requirements for reentering France:
All travellers must abide by the following measures in France to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the country:
The above information about your return travel to Paris, France was last verified on 19/09/2021. As this information can change due to the nature of the pandemic, please check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations closer to your planned date of travel to Paris from Berlin.
There are 3 ways to travel to Berlin from Paris including taking a flight, coach or train.
A coach service offers the cheapest way to travel from Paris to Berlin, which costs on average.
This is compared to other ways of getting to Berlin:
A coach is about £65 less than a flight, which costs on average £91 for this trip.
A coach is £34 less than a train for this journey with tickets for a train from Paris to Berlin costing on average £60.
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Other travel options between Paris and Berlin can usually take longer:
In comparison, taking a flight requires on average 1 h 45 min of travel time.
In comparison, going by coach can take 16 h 15 min on average.
In comparison, going by train can take 8 h 8 min on average.
Berlin is approximately 544 miles (878 km) away from Paris.
The average frequency per day from Paris to Berlin is:
However, we recommend checking specific travel dates for your route from Paris to Berlin as scheduled services by flight, coach or train can vary by season or day of the week.
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As you won't need to change at another stop in between, direct services to Berlin tend to save you time and add more convenience, so it's worth paying attention to before you purchase tickets for this journey.
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