Cheap flights to Germany
Raise a stein to good times in Germany. From the world's largest beer festival in Oktoberfest to cutting-edge clubbing in Berlin, this is one country that knows how to have a good time. With one foot in the past and pedal to the metal at the forefront of technology and innovation, Germany is really going places, and you can be too with our cheap flights to Germany. At Universal Traveller, we have access to some of the cheapest airfares to Germany with a variety of premium international carriers. That's more money for beer for you!
Flights from Australia to Germany will generally disembark at Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL), Frankfurt Airport (FRA) or Munich Airport (MUC). To get from the airport to the city centre, your accommodation or to other cities and states within Germany, a variety of public transport options exist including
Flights from Australia to Germany leave from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne as well as services from other capital cites. From Sydney to Frankfurt, the flying time is between 23 to 25 hours with one stopover, while flights from Perth to Munich take around 20 to 22 hours. Other flights may be longer if they include more stopovers, most likely in Europe or Asia. During the flight, airlines will often provide meals, drinks and snacks as well as various in-flight entertainment. For further details about flight services, refer to our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Germany
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Germany:
Germany Holiday Packages
Whether you just want to go to Oktoberfest or are keen to immerse yourself into the Berlin avant garde arts scene, a little forward planning in the form of a custom holiday package means you can enjoy yourself in Germany minus the hassle. Our Universal Traveller travel consultants are adept at arranging your flights, accommodation and tours into personalised packages. From free hotel nights to complimentary brekkies, festival entry and more, our Germany holiday packages are güt, ja!
Germany is known for punctuality and precision, but look beyond the clichés to discover a land with myriad traditions and cultures. From lederhosen and fantasy castles in Bavaria to techno and currywurst in Berlin, there's huge variety within the German states. No visit to Germany is complete without swigging from a stein in a beer garden during summer, taking in a football game, letting it rip on the Autobahn, raving at an outdoor festival or seeing the amazing artworks, artefacts and culture within the museums. There's even a currywurst museum!
To find out more about what to see and do in Germany, check out our Germany Travel Guide. And, if you need some help arranging the finer details of your Germany holiday, call our Universal Traveller travel consultants for up-to-the-minute info about flights, accommodation, festivals and tours.