A visit to Germany is a trip to a large and surprisingly diverse country. It’s an interesting mixture of picturesque mountains and countryside and sophisticated and vibrant modern cities that bear all the architecture and culture of a long and colourful history.
Finnair serves seven airports in Germany, covering the major cities of Berlin (TXL), Düsseldorf (DUS), Frankfurt (FRA), Hamburg (HAM), Munich (MUC), Stuttgart (STR) and from the spring of 2019 onwards, Hannover (HAJ). Book your flights to Germany with us and explore the delights of this huge nation at the heart of Europe.
Destinations in Germany served by Finnair
If you’re planning a visit to Germany, then Berlin is a great place to start. Now long-recovered from the Cold War division, this is one of Europe’s most vital cultural centres with a thriving nightclub, bar and restaurant scene as well as a host of galleries and elegant shops. Düsseldorf is Germany’s fashion centre with boutique designers and shops aplenty. Frankfurt is a proudly modern skyscraper-studded city that is the home of the European Central Bank, and it is a major international financial centre. Germany’s second-largest city, Hamburg, is a famously liberal and open city that hosts the famous Reeperbahn area, packed with nightclubs and casinos. Hannover is a fascinating mixture of old and new. Stuttgart is renowned for the friendly multilingual welcome it offers to visitors. There are a huge number of museums such as those of prominent German car manufacturers, the State Gallery and the Kunstmuseum. And then there’s Munich, which offers so much more than the famous Oktoberfest. As the capital of mountainous Bavaria, it has a unique culture and cuisine and is the gateway to the alps.
Typical food and drink in Germany
German food is far more varied and versatile than its somewhat stodgy reputation might suggest. It’s well worth trying traditional dishes such as pork knuckle with the fabulous pickle Sauerkraut, fabulous cheeses like Emmentaler and Cambozola, and some lovely white wines, such as Riesling.
Practical information about Germany
- Currency – Euro (€)
- Time Zones – UTC+01:00
- Tipping – Tipping is not compulsory or expected but is greatly appreciated.
- Electricity – 230 volts or 50 Hz.
- Country Code – +49
Seoul (ICN) to Munich (MUC)ICN-MUC
Seoul (ICN) to Berlin (TXL)ICN-TXL
Seoul (ICN) to Frankfurt (FRA)ICN-FRA
Busan (PUS) to Berlin (TXL)PUS-TXL
Seoul (ICN) to Dusseldorf (DUS)ICN-DUS
Busan (PUS) to Munich (MUC)PUS-MUC
Busan (PUS) to Hamburg (HAM)PUS-HAM
Seoul (ICN) to Stuttgart (STR)ICN-STR
Busan (PUS) to Frankfurt (FRA)PUS-FRA
Busan (PUS) to Dusseldorf (DUS)PUS-DUS