Today there are 7 direct flights from Berlin to Paris provided by Airberlin, Eurowings, Air France, and EasyJet. There are also connecting flights offered by Luxair, Lufthansa, KLM, Swiss, as well as Brussels Airlines. The shortest direct flight from Berlin to Paris (Airberlin flight 8300) takes 1h 45m. Flights depart from Schoenefeld or Tegel Airport and arrive at Beauvais Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, or Orly Airport.
Air tickets from Berlin to Paris cost on average EUR 77. Airlines can adjust prices depending on the tourist season. The calendar below shows up-to-date information regarding the air fares from Berlin to Paris by month.
Paris is charming at any time of the year, but visiting it off-season instead of the popular summer period will enable you to reduce your travel. In the autumn and spring months air fares drop considerably and rental rates are 15-20% lower.
Off-season travel is a wonderful time when tourist crowds are smaller, lines are shorter and prices are lower, while chances to see the Mona Lisa in the Louvre grow higher. Better value for travel arrangements means you can spend more money on the latest fashion clothes or on sampling gastronomic delights at the most acclaimed restaurants in the world!
Low or off-season days in Paris fall on November 1 – December 20, January 7 – March 14, and August. The reason for that is that temperatures drop significantly in winter, and August is the traditional French holiday period when many Paris residents move to the seacoast.
As a rule, you can travel much cheaper by choosing multi-stop flights. However, this is not the case for Berlin to Paris flights. Non-stop flights are considerably cheaper than connecting flights. The days to book cheap flights from Berlin to Paris are generally Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
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Flights to Paris arrive at one of the city’s two airports, which have good transport communication with the city centre by train, bus or taxi. The cheapest and most efficient means of transport is Metro.
For your Paris holiday, plan a day at the Louvre that currently houses the world’s largest western art collection. Ascend to the top of the Eiffel Tower and admire the view of the enchanting city on the River Seine. Take your flights to Paris to see the luxurious chambers of Louis XIV in the Palace of Versailles. Take your time to enjoy the atmosphere and social scene of the city on the shady banks of the Canal Saint-Martin.
Benefit from the romantic off-season appeal of Paris – visit the iconic city frequented by artists and highlighted in literature, while avoiding lines and saving your money.