A plane to see Berlin!
“Ich bin ein Berliner.” “I am a Berliner”. We can’t guarantee that you’ll echo President Kennedy’s historic phrase when your Nice-Berlin flight lands. But you might well be thinking it by the time you fly back, because the capital of Germany is a city like no other. Bearing the marks of its troubled past, it looks keenly to the future, always moving forward in pursuit of pleasure. It is this modernity and energy that make visitors fall in love with Berlin. Your Nice-Berlin flight could offer more than just a discovery: it may even bring you a revelation!
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The formalities for travelling to Berlin
- Entry requirements: as part of the European Union and the Schengen Area, Germany allows EU citizens into the country with no administrative hassle. Nevertheless, at any point in your stay, you may be required to present a valid passport or identity card.
- Currencies: France and Germany share more than just the Rhine: they also both use the euro.
For the easyJet Nice-Berlin flight, go to Terminal 2.
Don’t be late! The security checks take time. Make sure you arrive are the airport at least an hour before your departure time if you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with cabin baggage only. Need to get your boarding pass or put bags in the hold? Leave at least an extra quarter of an hour, to get your journey Don’t be late! The security checks take time. Make sure you arrive are the airport at least an hour before your departure time if you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with cabin baggage only. Need to get your boarding pass or put bags in the hold? Leave at least an extra quarter of an hour, to get your journey from Nice to Berlin off to a smooth start.from Nice to Berlin off to a smooth start.
Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport
Berlin-Brandebourg - terminal 1
Berlin-Brandebourg - terminal 1
Arriving in Berlin
Berlin has one international airport called Berlin-Brandebourg (18 kilometres to the south of the city).
Landing at Berlin-Brandebourg :
- Train: the airport has its own station, allowing you to travel to the city in barely 20 minutes by taking the Airport Express (RE7 and RB14).
- S-Bahn: the city’s suburban rapid transit rail system. It leaves the airport station towards the city centre every 20 minutes, travelling to Spandau (line S9) or Südkreuz (line S45). The journey takes 20 to 30 minutes.
- Taxi: it will cost you around 40 euros (variable depending on the final destination, in the city).
What to do in
Berlin does not deny its past, neither the dark hours of Nazism nor the post-war devastation. The German capital forgets nothing: quite the opposite, and this is why it moves forwards as a tolerant, free, joyous and inventive city. The result? An atmosphere of constant contrasts! Berlin is Prussian rigour, Bauhaus and Jean Nouvel, luxury brands and young designers, the cultural institutions of Museum Island and street art, parks where people sunbathe nude and extravagant nightclubs, booming with techno and electro beats.
Regular flights Nice - Berlin BER
Flights per day :
- Mon 1
- Tue 0
- Wed 1
- Thu 1
- Fri 1
- Sat 0
- Sun 1
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice-Berlin flight take?
The average flight time between Nice and Berlin is 1h50.
Which airline provides the Nice-Berlin direct flight?
easyJet flies to Berlin Brandenburg
How many Nice-Berlin flights are there per week?
There are 14 at peak time in summer, and more than ten in spring and early autumn. From November to April, easyJet still offers daily flights to Berlin Brandenburg
How much does a Nice-Berlin flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Berlin return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 163€ .
What is the time difference between Nice and Berlin?
There is no time difference between the two cities.
What is the best time of year to visit Berlin?
Is there a right season to visit Paris? Or London? No. The same applies for Berlin. The German capital is full of life all year round. Admittedly, the city isn’t blessed with warm winters, and its summers aren’t the coolest. But forget about the weather! There’s so much to see and do on the banks of the Spree. There are also lots of events at all times of year: the Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival) in February, the Carnival of Cultures in early June celebrating cultural diversity, Christopher Street Day (Berlin Pride) in late July, the Long Night of Museums in August, the Festival of Lights illuminating 50 sites in October, and for a big finish to the year, the New Year’s Eve Party at the Brandenburg Gate on the night of 31 December. And to think Berlin is nicknamed “die graue Stadt”, or “the Grey City”!