Cheap Flights Will Get You To Bikes In Berlin



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If you love to cycle and want to spend your summer break getting out on two wheels, consider a holiday in Berlin. With so many cheap flights and hotels in this beautiful city you’ll fall in love with the place. Berlin has over 1000km of cycle paths, and people on bicycles are more abundant than cars, so you can feel safe on the roads. There is so much to see and do in Berlin as well, so it’s the ideal place to go this summer.

Hiring yourself a well-made bike once you have landed is inexpensive too; vendors are easy to locate and will only charge between 8-12Euros a day.

There are some truly significant places to visit in Berlin, if you’re interested in history. Gorlitzer Park, the former site of the rail terminus that connected the two different sides of Germany, it is now an important monument to the city’s history. You can cycle here, and if you do you will be able to see a lot of the city along the way, making it a great day out on the bike.

You can get cheap flights to Berlin and then enjoy the free spaces. Tiegarten Park is a must-see. It’s considered to be the world’s largest (and most attractive) urban park – perfect for cycling! In fact, cycling is not only allowed in the park but it is encouraged, which you don’t often find in city parks. The park also has other exciting features going for it. Park up your bike and visit the zoo, or the aquarium, or simply pack a picnic and sit and watch the people go by.

In fact, cheap flights are one thing, but hotels in Berlin are not expensive either. The four-star hotel Hoppergarten Berlin offers sound proof rooms for a good night’s sleep, a gym, sauna, bar, restaurant, and other great features, yet rooms won’t break the bank. You’ll be close enough to Tiegarten to do some real cycling and then just come back to your hotel, lock up your bike, and put your feet up with a cold drink in the hotel bar.

For more details on cheap flights go to Mytravel.com

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