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Berlin Beer Festival

4th-7th August 2017

Single: from £325pp*

Double/Twin: From £265pp*

Triple room from £250pp*

 For a quote call: 0161 711 0660  Email:

Flights available from several UK airports

*prices correct as of Jan 2017, based on flights from Manchester . All quote prices include flights and accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis with ATOL Bonding. Prices subject to availability at time of booking.


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Your Trip

Held along the historic Karl Marx Allee in the first week of August, the Berlin Beer festival is a great way to quench your thirst and take a quick jaunt away during the hot summer. Boasting over 2000 different beers and 300 brewers from 86 countries, the festival attracts 1 million visitors per year and features the world’s longest beer garden. This beer weekend is rightly considered one of the world’s premier beer festivals.

Alongside the 2kms long beer garden, there will be 18 stages showcasing live music and the area is split into 20 regions, all serving wonderful gourmet food; rest assured you won’t be drinking on an empty stomach.

Entry - free

Opening Hours -Friday: 12pm – Midnight, Saturday: 10:00 – midnight and Sunday: 11:00 – 22:00

Friday 4th Aug 2017

Depart: Preferred Airport (prices available on request)

Accommodation: 3 nights B&B in the 3* Ibis Berlin Ostbahnhof

Monday 7th Aug 2017

Depart: Berlin Airport

  •  Full payment at the time of Booking


The Berlin Zoo is the most visited zoo in Europe, with about 3.0 million visitors per year . It is open all year long and can easily be reached by public transportation. It has a large varity of animal species (1,474).

The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is a former city gate, rebuilt in the late 18th century as a neoclassical triumphal arch, and now one of the most well-known landmarks of Germany.

The Altes Museum, built between 1823 and 1830 and designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, is one of the most important works of Neoclassical architecture.

The Beach at the Box is over 10,000 square meters of fine quartz sand. Take a break, surrounded by imported straw umbrellas, tropical palms, the softest wood chairs and the sound of the river Spree.


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