Ryanair is offering incredible prices for this Black Friday. Check it out the Fares from Berlin to London. Prices are around 30 € for 2,3 or 3 days trip.

DEPARTURE:
Berlin, Germany

DESTINATION:
London, UK

Eurotrip Style: 2,3 or 4 days

DATES: Available on dates in January and February.

Sample Dates:

Berl-Lond -> 10/01/2019 – 14/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 16/01/2019 – 20/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 17/01/2019 – 20/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 19/01/2019 – 22/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 19/01/2019 – 23/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 20/01/2019 – 22/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 20/01/2019 – 23/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 24/01/2019 – 27/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 24/01/2019 – 28/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 25/01/2019 – 27/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 25/01/2019 – 28/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 25/01/2019 – 29/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 26/01/2019 – 28/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 26/01/2019 – 29/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 26/01/2019 – 30/01/2019

Berl-Lond -> 30/01/2019 – 03/02/2019

Berl-Lond -> 31/01/2019 – 04/02/2019

Berl-Lond -> 31/01/2019 – 03/02/2019

Berl-Lond -> 15/02/2019 – 19/02/2019

Berl-Lond -> 16/02/2019 – 19/02/2019

 

Obs. The offers were available when this post was published.

About the city:

London is the capital city of England and one of the three global cities of the world along with New York & Tokyo. It has existed for over 2000 years after being founded by the Romans.

It also has one of the most diverse populations in the world with over 300 languages being spoken in the region. Some of the most visited landmarks in the world also call London their home. Some of these are under the control of the Royal Family such as the Tower of London, a former royal palace, prison, and place of execution. Others include Kensington Palace, which was a royal home during the Victorian Rule of the 19th Century.

Probably the most famous is Buckingham Palace which is the official residence of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Other landmarks that aren’t royally related to the monarchy include the Houses of Parliament, home to the British Government and the House of Lords, and nearby, Big Ben, located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster.

It is famed for counting in the New Year annually followed by the fireworks stemming from another landmark, which is the London Eye, now sponsored by Coca Cola, which offers unrivaled views across London and down the famed River Thames. London is also host to the famous Hyde Park, a Grade I listed Major Park in London that is located near Kensington Gardens and Buckingham Palace.

Right in the center of London lies the biggest skyscraper in both Western Europe and the European Union, the shard. 59 storeys high, it consists of a mixture of offices, hotels, restaurants and residential floors and is tipped at the top with a shard and a mirrored exterior.

 

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