Charter your Private Jet to Berlin in 2018
A European capital where extravaganza, culture and history transpire from every street; Berlin is the preferred destination for millions of tourists every year. Standing in-between East and West, Germany’s first city offers unforgettable weekend trips as well as being one of the most vibrant start-up centres of the country, and one of its recognised financial hubs. Kunst, history and delicious food; no matter how many times you may have visited, Berlin will always have a surprise to keep you on your toes.
When is the Best Time to Visit Berlin in 2018 and 2019?
Berlin is best visited in the months that go from May to October. Later, you may find yourself enjoying Berlin indoors as the low temperatures can make sightseeing a little harder. At any time of the year, the city has plenty of places where to shelter from the caprices of the weather: here a high-end shopping opportunity at the Kurfürstendamm shopping centre, there a chance for historical learnings and delicious food at the legendary Mitte district.
Why Fly Private to Berlin?
The city of Berlin has two main airports: Berlin Tegel, TXL which is close to the city and located northwest, and Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) which is situated southwest. GlobeAir operates at both airports preferring the latter when it comes to slot availabilities and traffic. Partnering with some of the most renowned concierge companies in Europe, GlobeAir is able to provide transfers upon arrival as well as give you recommendations on how to reach your next business meetings or favourite venues.
Leisure Travel in Berlin
All Berlin’s boroughs have plenty to offer. One of the most renowned areas is unquestionably the Mitte district; located right at the core of Berlin’s historic district. It includes some of the most acclaimed touristic locations such as the Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden, Potsdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz, the Reichstag and Berlin Hauptbahnhof. Also, Museum Island, the TV tower and Checkpoint Charlie are located in the same area, which brings together East Berlin and parts of West Berlin. The Mitte and The Scheunenviertel (The Barn Quartier) are two among the most strategic places to be based out of when touring around Berlin. The latter, which is the old Jewish quarter in the central Mitte offers boundless gastronomic choices as well as bespoke accommodation solutions.
What are the best things to do outside the city of Berlin?
Potsdam is the capital city of the German federal state of Brandenburg, and it directly borders with Berlin. Ask GlobeAir to plan your private trip to Potsdam with a tour to the famous Cecilienhof church- the venue where the Potsdam Conference was held and where you will have the chance to admire the Wall Memorial and Sanssouci Palace.
What are Berlin’s must-see places?
One of the wealthiest districts is undoubtedly Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. When frequenting this district, it becomes easy to forget you’re in Berlin. A fast-paced environment where you will find tech start-ups and high-end shopping malls- one of which is the recently-opened Apple store- this is where you’ll have excellent shopping and food experiences. Stop at the food court at the department store KaDeWe, to taste a perfect steak of Kobe beef before continuing to shop.
A full list of all Berlin’s borough:
- Pankow (with the hipster-borough Prenzlauer Berg)