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Roundtrip Flight: Seattle to Berlin, Germany

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Skyscanner (Star Alliance airlines such as United, Lufthansa, & Brussels Airlines) offer Roundtrip Flights from Seattle (SEA) to Berlin (TXL), Germany starting from $373 on select dates in March - April 2019. Thanks serra

Note: From Skyscanner, click "Select" from your desired Airlines then select your preferred booking site where you'll be re-directed to finish your purchase. Select fares with 1 stop.

Travel Availability (subject to change):
  • Departs (SEA): March 12, 19, 20, 26, 27; April 1,2, 8
  • Returns: A 7-day turnaround trip, except for April dates, in which you may return up to 9 days
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Star Alliance airlines such as United, Lufthansa and Brussels Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from Seattle (SEA) to Berlin Germany (TXL) for $373-$380, making 1 stop. There's a similiar fare for making 2 stops so be sure you filter your search to say 1 stop.

Travel Availability:
Departs SEA: March 12, 19, 20, 26, 27; April 1,2, 8
Returns: a 7-day turnaround trip, except for April dates, you may return up to 9 days

To book this, enter travel information on Skyscanner [skyscanner.com] and then select your flights and favorite OTA to book with. For hotels, check out Hotwire's Hot Rates [hotwire.com] [hotwire.com] hotels or look for latest promotions here [hotels.com] for Hotels.com

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Lived in Berlin for 15 years and you're not wrong.
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It's obviously hyperbole but it's not entirely detached from reality. Hate speech laws in Germany are draconian. Insulting other people in Germany is illegal. A German satirist recently went through a lengthy legal battle for writing a satirical poem about Erdogan and Islam. There are cases where the police have had search warrants issued and have confiscated people's electronics because they posted pictures of certain symbols on social media.

As a tourist you're probably pretty safe in the touristy areas of Berlin but I honestly don't see why anyone would want to vacation there. It's filthy, there's a 100% chance you'll witness public urination once per hour and aside from a few museums and the wall there really isn't that much that's worth the visit (unless you're nostalgic for 90s-era raves and sex dungeons). The food is cheap but bad and the locals pride themselves on being unfriendly (and I don't mean direct like New Yorkers).

That said, the price is really good. Might be worth it if you want to visit somewhere else in central Europe.
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Thank you very much for the deal post. Is Skyscanner the best tool for searching the cheapest flights to Europe? Or is there anything else you recommend? Many thanks in advance!
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I shouldn't have even mentioned this to my wife. Looks like we're going to Germany.
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Thank you very much for the deal post. Is Skyscanner the best tool for searching the cheapest flights to Europe? Or is there anything else you recommend? Many thanks in advance!
only because they aggregate many OTAs fares in one place, however, my suggestion is to use them but select known and reputable OTAs from the list. Skyscanner have a larger list than their direct competitor.
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This is a great deal. I've been meaning to experience the middle eastern culture for some time now!
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This is a great deal. I've been meaning to experience the middle eastern culture for some time now!
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Looked up the flight durations for the 367-380, and it's mostly two stops or a long layover 1 stop. Otherwise the 1 stop, 1 hour layover with duration being around 12 hours comes out to be around 400-407
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Lived in Berlin for 15 years and you're not wrong.
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If you said that in germany, you'd literally be arrested. Makes me wonder if the wrong side won the war.
I've never heard such BS. Have you even been to Germany to say something like that???
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I've never heard such BS. Have you even been to Germany to say something like that???
It's obviously hyperbole but it's not entirely detached from reality. Hate speech laws in Germany are draconian. Insulting other people in Germany is illegal. A German satirist recently went through a lengthy legal battle for writing a satirical poem about Erdogan and Islam. There are cases where the police have had search warrants issued and have confiscated people's electronics because they posted pictures of certain symbols on social media.

As a tourist you're probably pretty safe in the touristy areas of Berlin but I honestly don't see why anyone would want to vacation there. It's filthy, there's a 100% chance you'll witness public urination once per hour and aside from a few museums and the wall there really isn't that much that's worth the visit (unless you're nostalgic for 90s-era raves and sex dungeons). The food is cheap but bad and the locals pride themselves on being unfriendly (and I don't mean direct like New Yorkers).

That said, the price is really good. Might be worth it if you want to visit somewhere else in central Europe.
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It's obviously hyperbole but it's not entirely detached from reality. Hate speech laws in Germany are draconian. Insulting other people in Germany is illegal. A German satirist recently went through a lengthy legal battle for writing a satirical poem about Erdogan and Islam. There are cases where the police have had search warrants issued and have confiscated people's electronics because they posted pictures of certain symbols on social media.

As a tourist you're probably pretty safe in the touristy areas of Berlin but I honestly don't see why anyone would want to vacation there. It's filthy, there's a 100% chance you'll witness public urination once per hour and aside from a few museums and the wall there really isn't that much that's worth the visit (unless you're nostalgic for 90s-era raves and sex dungeons). The food is cheap but bad and the locals pride themselves on being unfriendly (and I don't mean direct like New Yorkers).

That said, the price is really good. Might be worth it if you want to visit somewhere else in central Europe.
Yeah... This user nailed everything I was about to post.
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Thank you very much for the deal post. Is Skyscanner the best tool for searching the cheapest flights to Europe? Or is there anything else you recommend? Many thanks in advance!
I'm subscribed with Scott's Cheap Flights and just got an offer today of big sale of flights to Europe from the US between Feb and end of March. I checked from phx to ams and it was $450 , bags are extra.
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If you said that in germany, you'd literally be arrested. Makes me wonder if the wrong side won the war.
But the reason they have hate speech laws is due to their actions during the war...
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