Germany is full of wonderful possibilities, from the flourishing urban cities like Berlin, Munich or Hamburg to picturesque natural landscapes such as the Black Forest and the Alps. The country has a deep and captivating history, which has shaped today’s culture into one that is a complete melting pot of the alternative, the creative, the traditional and the innovative. SAS flies directly from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York,, San Francisco or Washington D.C. via Stockholm, Oslo or Copenhagen (depending on route) to multiple destinations in Germany. Book your flight today to save on tickets to one of Europe’s most fascinating countries.
Direct flight to Germany from New York
SAS offers multiple weekly flights from New York to many German cities via Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm. The most famous cities may catch your attention initially—and are definitely worth the visit if it’s your first time in Deutschland, but don’t forget to look into some of Germany’s other charming destinations such as Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Friedrichshafen Hannover, Leipzig, Münster, Nuremberg, Paderborn or Stuttgart.
And, if you fly to Germany on SAS Business or SAS Plus, you can freely use our Fast Track – a separate line that will get you faster through security.
Up to 90% discount for children
We understand that traveling with young children is challenging enough. If you are travelling with children under 2 years (without their own seat) they will either fly free of charge or with a 90% discount on the flight portion of the ticket, depending on the destination. Discounts do not apply to taxes and fees.
City vacation combined with natural experiences
German cities are notoriously green. In fact, you don’t even have to leave the urban center to feel right at home with nature in one of the many city parks, and the exciting cities such as Berlin, Hamburg or Munich all offer a unique charm each their own. Berlin, the capital of Germany, is teeming with alternative culture and dynamic start-up companies. You can be sure to find a truly international vibe wherever you go. Hamburg is a city built on water. Within sight of the impressive town hall is a large lake – albeit man made by accident – that guides you to the Elbe River and the Hamburg Philharmonie – a magnificent concert hall recently opened to mimic the natural flow of tides. Munich is a posher version of its urban counterparts – full of traditional Bavarian charm and, of course, the world’s largest beer festival Oktoberfest.
Additionally, if you prefer a more rustic experience, Germany has fantastic natural areas, and it is recommended to explore the country's various national parks such as the Jasmund National Park, Harz National Park, Berchtesgaden National Park, Black Forest Park, Saxon Switzerland National Park, Eifel National Park or the Bavarian Forest National Park.
Experience historical and trendy Berlin
Berlin’s history is long and complicated – most recently illustrated by the separation of east and west following World War II. Famous sites such as the Brandenburger Tor, Checkpoint Charlie, the East Side Gallery – and many more – attract significant amounts of visitors each year and give a glimpse into the troubled times that were once commonplace in the German capital.
In addition to its historical significance, Berlin has developed into an artistic haven for many alternative creative – artists, musicians and upcoming designers alike. You can expect to see elaborate street art decorating city surfaces throughout. As well, Berlin is famous for its nightlife scene, which revolves around booming techno and electronic beats that keep going through the morning hours. And recently, it has become a start-up mecca in Europe, attracting huge amounts of international workers from all over the globe.
Ski vacation in Germany
Although there are more popular locations in Europe for ski enthusiasts, Germany still offers a number of quality ski resorts, which primarily used to only attract locals, The best ski resorts are located in the part of the Alps bordering Austria, such as Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which has the highest peak in Germany known as the Zugspitze. In addition, Germany ski resorts tend to be less expensive than other, more popular, European destinations.
The German tasty cuisine
A trip to Germany is not complete with a taste of the traditional German National dishes. Meals are typically hearty, salty and definitely tasty, consisting of meat dishes with potatoes and sauces. For more casual dining, sausages are in particular at the heart of German cuisine. And, one can’t forget about that famous German beer, once considered a staple food group!
In addition to more traditional dishes, Germany is at the forefront of new and innovative dining options, especially catering to more sustainable options such as vegan, organic or vegetarian cuisine.
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