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London to Berlin

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4 suggested routes to go from London to Berlin by flight, train, car, bus

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How to go from London to Berlin ?

Trip London Berlin

Modes of transportplane, carpooling, bus, train
Distance579 mi
Direct lineYes

Like many travellers, you're looking for the cheapest transport offers to travel from London to Berlin? Browsing several websites to get a simple information and book your trip is always very tedious.

Fortunately, Vivanoda is a multimodal travel planner that aggregates prices for buses, carpooling, flights and trains in a single search. Simply enter your travel date to Berlin and Vivanoda does the rest. Finally, use the filters and sorting options to refine the results.

To reach your destination from London, you will travel with FlixBus, Deutsche Bahn, Blablacar, IC Bus, Air Berlin, Easyjet, Lufthansa or Germanwings by buses, carpooling, trains or flights.

Read more information about each means of transport:

London to Berlin bus

Bus stops in London

You will have to arrive at your London stop between 15 minutes and 30 minutes, depending on the bus company, before the departure time indicated on your ticket. Finally, have your ticket checked by the driver of Berlin Shuttle, Onebus, CityBusExpress, OUIBUS, FlixBus, ADAC PostBus or IC Bus and get on board after having your luggage in the hold.

  • London Victoria Coach Station

Arrival bus stations in Berlin

Once the bus has arrived at Berlin, check and collect your belongings so as not to forget anything.

  • Berlin - Zentral Omnibus Bahnhof (ZOB)
  • Berlin Alexanderplatz

Train London to Berlin

Is there a direct train for the London-Berlin route?

No, unfortunately no train line allows to go from London to Berlin without making any changes.

Night train London Berlin

Instead of arriving in Berlin at night and pay a hotel room, prefer departing London in the evenning with the comfort of a sleeper train equipped with berths.

High speed train London Berlin

This type of trains are the fatest way to travel by train between London and Berlin with a speed range from 125mph to 220mph.

London Berlin railways companies

These are the 2 railways companies that you may take during your trip to Berlin: Deutsche Bahn and Eurostar.
Deutsche Bahn London BerlinEurostar London Berlin

Departure train stations in London

  • London St Pancras

Arrival train stations in Berlin

  • Berlin Hauptbahnhof
  • Berlin Ostbahnhof

Cheap flights from London to Berlin

Cheap flights to Berlin are sometimes not that easy to get but we would like to remind you a few tips:

  • It is highly recommended to book your London Berlin flight several weeks (or even months) in advance. With few exceptions, prices increase as you get closer to the departure date in order to save seats for business customers who book late and are keen to pay more.
  • Be flexible with your dates of travel to Berlin. Fares are different whether the flight is scheduled early in the morning or late in the evening. It is thus recommended to have an important degree of flexibility.

Which airlines operate the London to Berlin flights ?

British Airways, Germanwings, Ryanair, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Easyjet and Lufthansa carry out a direct flight from London to the airport of Berlin, Germany.
British Airways London BerlinGermanwings London BerlinRyanair London BerlinNorwegian Air Shuttle London BerlinEasyjet London BerlinLufthansa London Berlin

Departure airport in London

  • LCY London City
  • STN Stansted
  • LHR Heathrow
  • LGW Gatwick

Arrival airport in Berlin

  • SXF Schoenefeld
  • TXL Tegel

Carpool from London to Berlin

Ridesharing is a new way of travelling allowing people to share London-Berlin car journeys with others. This has a very positive environmental impact since it optimizes the capacity of the car and it also allows saving money.

The important difference between carsharing and the other modes of transport is that it has not a scheduled timetable. This means that when looking for London-Berlin rides, you'll be more likely to find ones if you search only three days in advance (and not two months). This is interesting for lastminute travel to Berlin.

When you are about to book a London-Berlin ride, you can message the driver if you need any other details (pickup location, time, luggage...). You can pay online, so you don't need to give any money to your driver.

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