Deals in July can be few and far between so here is a deal for flights from Dublin or Kerry to Berlin, Germany and 3 nights in a 4* hotel from €236 pp!
Berlin, the capital of Germany, is steeped in history with many iconic landmarks like the 18th Century Brandenburg Gate, which has become a symbol of reunification. There are tonnes of things to see and do in Berlin including Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Memorial, East Side Gallery and the Reichstag to name a few. Berlin is also home to one of the best nightlife in Europe.
The flights from Kerry are with Ryanair and are to Berlin Schönefeld Airport, leaving on Sunday the 12th of July and returning on Wednesday the 15th of July. There is a link below to the flights, click on this to be brought to the Skyscanner website. Please note as Ryanair have changed their baggage policy, I have added priority and 2 cabin bags to the overall price which brings the price for flights to €133.
The flights from Dublin are with Aer Lingus and are to Berlin Tegel Airport, leaving on Sunday the 12th of July and returning on Wednesday the 15th of July. There is a link below to the flights, click on this to be brought to the Skyscanner website. Aer Lingus include cabin bags as standard on their flights
The hotel is the 4* Hotel Bleibtreu Berlin by Golden Tulip, which is rated a very good 8.5 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This property is located 200 metres from Berlin’s famous Kurfürstendamm shopping street. Uhlandstraße Underground Station and Savignyplatz S-Bahn Train Station are an 8-minute walk away, providing connections to all parts of Berlin. The rooms are modern in design with a free minibar and free WiFi.
A queen room at Hotel Bleibtreu Berlin by Golden Tulip is available for €103 pp for a 3 night stay, which is based on 2 people sharing. This brings the total cost of the trip from Kerry to €236 pp and the total cost of the trip from Dublin is €247 pp!
There is a link below to the hotel, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
Please note that prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.