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Seoul to Berlin Flights (ICN-TXL)

Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL) Flight Deals

  1. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    02.03.2020

    TXL-ICN

    12.03.2020

    10 Days
    745,400KRW
  2. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    02.03.2020

    TXL-ICN

    11.03.2020

    9 Days
    745,400KRW
  3. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    29.02.2020

    TXL-ICN

    11.03.2020

    11 Days
    745,400KRW
  4. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    14.03.2020

    TXL-ICN

    20.03.2020

    6 Days
    748,000KRW
  5. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    09.03.2020

    TXL-ICN

    19.03.2020

    10 Days
    748,000KRW
  6. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    20.02.2020

    TXL-ICN

    23.02.2020

    3 Days
    839,400KRW
  7. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    07.04.2020

    TXL-ICN

    15.04.2020

    8 Days
    851,600KRW
  8. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    20.02.2020

    TXL-ICN

    18.08.2020

    180 Days
    901,100KRW
  9. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    29.04.2020

    TXL-ICN

    27.05.2020

    28 Days
    981,600KRW
  10. Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)

    ICN-TXL

    29.04.2020

    TXL-ICN

    01.06.2020

    33 Days
    984,200KRW

Seoul to Berlin

Finnair serves Seoul through Incheon International Airport (ICN). At Finnair, we invite you to book your flights from Seoul with us and start your trip in the best way possible. We have flown people in comfort to various parts of the world for more than 90 years. A team of Korean-speaking flight attendants will be on hand to assist you on all flights from Seoul.

Incheon International Airport is located 50 km southwest of Seoul itself, meaning that public transport is the best way to reach the airport from the city centre. The Airport Railroad Express links the airport’s main terminal building with Seoul and its subway system, as well as the nearby city of Incheon.

Departing from Seoul with Finnair

  • Your Finnair flight from Seoul will connect you to one of over 100 destinations around the world, and with up to seven flights a week we believe you should be able to fly at a time that suits your needs.
  • Online and mobile check-in are available to make your time at the airport easier.

Germany’s capital, Berlin is a vibrant metropolis that was divided into East and West by the Berlin Wall until 1989, when the wall was demolished, and the city became one again. Modern Berlin combines the old and the new, with shopping, dining and entertainment mixed with plenty of historical sights. Berlin is also Germany’s most cosmopolitan city, with people from all over the world calling it home, attracted by the city’s bohemian and liberal atmosphere. The city lies in the state of Brandenburg, a rural region with plenty of green spaces and crossed by two rivers. Despite the busy metropolitan way of life, a calm retreat is never far away.

SIGHTS IN BERLIN

The city's cultural offering is unparalleled: Berlin is the home of three opera houses, more than 150 theatres, over 170 museums and more than 200 art galleries.

Classic attractions can be found in the Mitte district in the heart of Berlin. Here you’ll find Branderburger Tor (the Brandenburg Gate) at one end of the famous Unter den Linden boulevard, and the Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) and Alexanderplatz – a well-known square and a public transport hub – at the other end. In Mitte you can also check out the Reichstag (parliament building) with its large glass dome, which is itself a famous landmark.

  • You can also take in some beautiful views of Berlin from the city's famous Fernsehturm (TV Tower) with its revolving restaurant, and from the huge Siegessäule victory monument.
  • On the Museumsinsel (Museum Island) in the River Spree you’ll find several museums – the most famous being the Pergamon Museum. The Jüdisches Museum (Jewish Museum) with its spectacular architecture is also well worth a visit.
  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) – ruins of the church that was destroyed in a bombing raid during World War II. A rebuilt church with a new tower incorporates parts of the original church ruins.
  • Holocaust memorial – a monument built in memory of the Holocaust victims, with thousands of large stone blocks laid out as a maze in the middle of the city.
  • East Side Gallery – 1.3 km long part of the Berlin Wall decorated with artworks.
  • Haus am Checkpoint Charlie – a museum at the old border crossing between East and West Berlin.
  • Tiergarten – Berlin's largest park is close to the Berliner Zoo (Zoologischer Garten Berlin), one of the largest zoos in the world.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO NEAR BERLIN

  • Tropical Island – a tropical paradise built in a former airship hangar just outside Berlin, it boasts sandy beaches, a water park, a miniature rain forest, a hotel and a sea made entirely of giant pools.
  • Potsdam – a magnificent historical city about 36 km from Berlin, with lots of impressive castles and beautiful parks. Famous also for its Dutch quarter, which offers a lively atmosphere and plenty of small cafés, bars and galleries to explore.
  • Spreewald – 100 km south of Berlin you’ll find this district mostly consisting of blue lakes and green forests. Take a canoe ride down a lake and stop at one of the many restaurants on the lakeside serving fresh fish dishes.

SHOPPING IN BERLIN

  • Kurfürstendamm – a long shopping street home to many famous brands. KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) – one of the world's largest department stores – is also close by.
  • Exclusive shops are located in Charlottenburg and at Friedrichstrasse, which also offers a variety of shopping malls, including Galeries Lafayette.
  • Prenzlauer Berg – an area filled with fun shopping and outdoor cafés in picturesque settings.
  • Hackesche Höfe – the beautiful old district of Mitte houses several courtyards with quaint shops, cafés and restaurants.
  • Kreuzberg – Turkish community and artists' neighbourhood where you can buy fresh food at the Türkischer Markt market on Saturdays. Schlossstrasse in the Steglitz district offers a wide variety of stores.
  • Tauentzienstrasse and its surrounding streets are full of fashion shopping and affordable clothing. At the bottom of the street, towards the Kurfürstendamm, lies the huge Europa Center shopping mall.
  • The Sunday market at Mauerpark is a market fair with second-hand items, colourful clothing and handmade jewellery. Other popular market places and flea markets are Flohmarkt Arkonaplatz and Winterfeldtmarkt in Kreuzberg.

GERMAN FOOD & DRINK IN BERLIN

Cafes, restaurants and bars in Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain are full of life from morning until late into the night. Rarely do you find a city where delicious food is available at such affordable prices.

  • Berliner Currywurst "mit oder ohne Darm" (with or without skin), salted pretzels from a street stall or a Berliner Weisse in a cozy biergarten? Berlin has a lot to offer for the adventurous food lover!
  • Bratwurst – sausage, Germany is famous for its many varieties of sausages
  • Currywurst – the most popular sausage in Berlin even has its own museum. Served in a curry-tomato sauce with bread or french fries
  • Bockwurst – sausage made from several different kinds of meat
  • Buletten – meatballs the Berliner way
  • Kartoffelsuppe – potato soup
  • Königsberger Klopse – meatballs with potatoes or rice, served with a lemon and caper sauce
  • Hoppelpoppel – soup with meat, onions, potatoes and eggs
  • Kartoffelpuffer – potato pancakes
  • Pfannkuchen (aka Berliner) – fried sweet dough (donuts) with jam filling and rolled in sugar
  • Schnitzel – matured beef breaded and then fried or deep-fried
  • Rote Grütze – dessert made with red fruits, berries, sugar, thickeners and often liquor. Typically served with whipped cream or ice cream.
  • Berliner Weisse – light wheat beer mixed with a dash of sweet juice.

TRANSPORT IN BERLIN

  • Public transportation – reliable, fast and widespread. The same ticket is valid on all public transport types.
  • S-Bahn – commuter, U-Bahn – subway, tram and bus.
  • Taxi – all cars have meters.
  • Cycling – there are plenty of bike lanes in the centre of Berlin, and renting is easy.