2 nights in Berlin for £82.98 each (£165.96 total) including flights and 3* hotel w/breakfast @ Groupon
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2 nights in Berlin for £82.98 each (£165.96 total) including flights and 3* hotel w/breakfast @ Groupon

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Found 11th Apr
If you fancied a 2 night trip during the week to Berlin this looks a good option at just over £80 per person including hotel at a decent location and flights

Dates are based on 30th April to 2nd May flying from Stansted (although there are other dates available)


Berlin Hotel book via Groupon

  • Sorat Hotel Ambassador Berlin double room for two nights £106 - £53pp - £26.50pppn - use code OUTDOOR
  • Price also includes breakfast
  • Hotel has a good location minutes from Berlin Zoological Garden and close to Brandenburg Gate. This hotel is also close to Reichstag Building and Checkpoint Charlie Muse
  • Scores 4 out of 5 on Tripadvisor



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Flights book via Ryanair

Cheap flights are available via Ryanair - flying from Stansted for £29.98 per person return - sample dates of 30th April to 2nd May

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Total Cost

  • Hotel 2 nights for 2 people - £106 (£53pp)
  • 2 Flights - £59.96 (£29.98 pp)
  • Total = £165.96 (£82.98 pp)
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This deal has taken my breath away.
watcher45640 m ago

I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. …I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. What can you recommend doing there if i go back please?

I'd recommend flying there next time and not going on a stag. It will save you days of travelling.
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Looks like a great deal.
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This deal has taken my breath away.
batterylife35 m ago

This deal has taken my breath away.


It's because your half way to the danger zone, Goose.
Fantastic deal. I love Berlin, it's my favorite European city

Wish the wife could get the time off
great price just got back from my 1st visit there. wonderful city
easy.tiger2 h, 28 m ago

Fantastic deal. I love Berlin, it's my favorite European cityWish the wife …Fantastic deal. I love Berlin, it's my favorite European cityWish the wife could get the time off


I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. What can you recommend doing there if i go back please?
watcher4565 m ago

I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. …I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. What can you recommend doing there if i go back please?


Fernsehturm (tv tower), Jewish museum, Olympic stadium, kadewe, berlin wall, holocaust memorial, Berlin zoo, Brandenburg gate and the big road leading up to it, beate uhse museum (if you are brave haha!!). There used to be bus 100 which was a general bus which happened to go past all the main attractions but I'm not sure if that is still the same. It's also meant to have a great nightlife but I've never tried it. I've been to Berlin about 3 or 4 times. There are lots of small museums as well.
easy.tiger2 h, 35 m ago

Fantastic deal. I love Berlin, it's my favorite European cityWish the wife …Fantastic deal. I love Berlin, it's my favorite European cityWish the wife could get the time off


Take the girlfriend...
I was there couple of weeks back for 3 nights, return flights with Ryan air total £27.12 & booked accomadation separate.I always do it this way had some great deals to berlin, there is loads to do from, sightseeing,beautiful parks,shopping, restaurants, bars e.c.t, you would never run out of things to see & do.If you are travelling on a budget it is best to stay in East berlin as everything there is a fraction of the price, especially food & drink. I love berlin it's a wonderful city.
watcher45640 m ago

I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. …I went last year on a stag, decent city but only scratched the surface. What can you recommend doing there if i go back please?

I'd recommend flying there next time and not going on a stag. It will save you days of travelling.
I love berlin. My tip to anyone going is that the public transport is crazy efficient (would you expect any less?) they do a berlin travel card which gives you train, tram, bus cover. With the map app on your phone you can get Anywhere pretty quick.

check out the website. They do 24-48 hours etc.

things missing off the list is body worlds (Gunther), the berlin museum with the worlds biggest dino skeleton. The sea life was awesome and the hotel next to it has the worlds biggest free standing marine aquarium.
Not this price now sold out
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waterloo6 m ago

Not this price now sold out




Not sold out - showing avaialble on desktop site

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 11th Apr
Suzanne_Rodgers2 h, 41 m ago

I was there couple of weeks back for 3 nights, return flights with Ryan …I was there couple of weeks back for 3 nights, return flights with Ryan air total £27.12 & booked accomadation separate.I always do it this way had some great deals to berlin, there is loads to do from, sightseeing,beautiful parks,shopping, restaurants, bars e.c.t, you would never run out of things to see & do.If you are travelling on a budget it is best to stay in East berlin as everything there is a fraction of the price, especially food & drink. I love berlin it's a wonderful city.


I went in the early 90's and there was a massive east west divide even with the wall gone. Sounds like it is still like that (not a bad thing) I found the eastern sector a bit more real for want of a better phrase. Is it still dirt cheap there then?
Chanchi325 m ago

Not sold out - showing avaialble on desktop site


Ok the dates were blanked out for me.
Sorted now just need to press " clear dates "
Edited by: "waterloo" 11th Apr
thomasleep1 h, 16 m ago

I went in the early 90's and there was a massive east west divide even …I went in the early 90's and there was a massive east west divide even with the wall gone. Sounds like it is still like that (not a bad thing) I found the eastern sector a bit more real for want of a better phrase. Is it still dirt cheap there then?


Not really but cheaper than the western equivalents. Friedrichshain/Prenzlauer Berg is/or has got totally yuppified (think shoreditch/clapham etc) and the cheapness has as a result attracted immigrants/students/yuppies etc and pushed prices up. If you go out a bit, lichtenburg is still pretty cheap. Still a lot cheaper than London for most things in my experience..
Edited by: "mafialeader" 11th Apr
mafialeader5 m ago

Not really but cheaper than the western equivalents. …Not really but cheaper than the western equivalents. Friedrichshain/Prenzlauer Berg is/or has got totally yuppified (think shoreditch/clapham etc) and the cheapness has as a result attracted immigrants/students/yuppies etc and pushed prices up. If you go out a bit, lichtenburg is still pretty cheap. Still a lot cheaper than London for most things in my experience..


I prefer off the beaten track, so thanks for the heads up I hate when people say lots of shopping and bars and restaurants as some kind of positve thing about the place, last time I checked the exist here and that is (unfortunately in my opinion) a waste of time when going somewhere new, especially for just a day or 2 buy a sandwich and go find places worth looking at!!
And if you can speak Arabic, then you can mingle with the locals
maccy115 h, 28 m ago

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We went Berlin with the intention of getting the red sightseeing bus, but never saw any and walked past many green busses in the process! Need to go back to rectify our mistake.
Any flights from Gatwick?
Myself and my Wife recently went to Berlin, fantastic, we paid just under £300 all in (including airport parking) for 3 nights in a more central hotel. I highly recommend anyone going to get a Berlin Welcome card from the Information point in the Airport, not only does it cover you for travel on S-Bahn,U-Bahn and the trams it also gets you discount on most of the private owned Museums and Attractions. We managed to save enough money from the discounts to pay for the Welcome Cards, unless you have a car the public transport is a must!

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Edited by: "Freeboski" 12th Apr
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lozmeister4 h, 48 m ago

Any flights from Gatwick?




Looks to be Easyjet flights for £49 return from LGW when looked at dates of 30th April to 2nd May
This city is just fantastic, so much to see and do, day and night! Great short flights from the UK and cheap, we stayed in the central area right beside the Hofbrau Beer garden and everything was on our door step. I had an amazing 50th birthday trip. Can’t reccomed this city enough!
dribspak21 h, 4 m ago

I'd recommend flying there next time and not going on a stag. It will save …I'd recommend flying there next time and not going on a stag. It will save you days of travelling.


Hahaha noted! No wonder i didn't see much when i was there (briefly) :l
wundress21 h, 46 m ago

Fernsehturm (tv tower), Jewish museum, Olympic stadium, kadewe, berlin …Fernsehturm (tv tower), Jewish museum, Olympic stadium, kadewe, berlin wall, holocaust memorial, Berlin zoo, Brandenburg gate and the big road leading up to it, beate uhse museum (if you are brave haha!!). There used to be bus 100 which was a general bus which happened to go past all the main attractions but I'm not sure if that is still the same. It's also meant to have a great nightlife but I've never tried it. I've been to Berlin about 3 or 4 times. There are lots of small museums as well.


Thanks very much for the suggestions.
I did do a sightseeing tour bus but it was raining and then got dark (went in November) but still enjoyable. Couldn't get off at check point Charlie or the gate etc which was a shame cos we went on the last bus. Went out every night and it was decent. Went to a club called dreams/angel (something like this, i can't remember) and the music was really good.
Prices in general were comparable to London in my opinion.
thomasleep11th Apr

I went in the early 90's and there was a massive east west divide even …I went in the early 90's and there was a massive east west divide even with the wall gone. Sounds like it is still like that (not a bad thing) I found the eastern sector a bit more real for want of a better phrase. Is it still dirt cheap there then?


Yeah still a massive divide, and also still dirt cheap.
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