Combine holiday activities with a business class flight to Germany.
Enjoy First Class Seats to Hamburg for a Wonderful Holiday
Hamburg’s bustling port and waterfront make the city a must-see while in Germany. For hundreds of years, the port has been a hotbed of industry and tourism. That tradition continues today, offering delightful river cruises and romantic waterfront strolls. The enticing waterfront also leads to the city’s popular warehouse district, Speicherstadt. There, you’ll find historic sites and cobbled streets. It’s also where you’ll discover one of Hamburg’s most popular sites: Miniatur Wonderland. Elsewhere in Hamburg, the 19th-century town hall Rathaus is a majestic sight, covering nearly 183,000 square feet. Other sites to visit are St. Michael’s Church, Reeperbahn’s nightlife and the city’s excellent museums. As a popular travel destination, Hamburg Airport offers many business class deals.
Business Class to Bavaria Transports You to Beautiful Sights
Germany’s southeastern state offers visitors one of the richest cultural and visual experiences in the country. With a history that dates back to 555 C.E., there are plenty of historic sites and architectural treasures too. Munich is the state’s biggest city, and it abounds with gorgeous buildings like Nymphenburg Castle and St. Peter’s Church. There are plenty of other gorgeous places to visit in Bavaria too. If you want to focus on touring castles, you have dozens to choose from. Some of the most popular castles in the region include Neuschwanstein, Burghausen, Hohenschwangau and Nuremberg castles. There are also many grand historic palaces such as Linderhof, Schleissheim, Herrenchiemsee and Würzburg. If natural landscapes are more your thing, visit the Bavarian Forest. The forest is the ideal spot for cross-country skiing, rock climbing, hiking and enjoying the area’s small villages. Bavaria is also the place to celebrate traditional cultural festivals and events such as Oktoberfest. The best deals on business class tickets to the region can be found on flights to Munich.
Make Your Dresden Trip Extraordinary with a First Class Flight
Once the home of Saxony kings and compelling baroque and rococo buildings, Dresden is an inviting old city. Although many of its lovely historic sites were lost in World War II, there are still dozens of amazing things to see here. The Dresden Frauenkirche, for instance, was lovingly restored, and it is now a terrific place to enjoy spectacular city views, architecture and concerts. The opulent Zwinger Palace is another captivating Dresden landmark, beloved for its sculptures, pavilions and fountains. It also houses several appealing museums. While in Dresden, take the time to walk down to the waterfront where you can soak in the river views from Brühl's Terrace. Enjoy the arias at Semperoper, and admire the incredible baroque jewelry at Grünes Museum. Be sure to make time to visit the glorious Pillnitz Castle and Großer Garten. If your first class flight to Dresden is scheduled for this winter, visit the city’s renowned Christmas market, Striezelmarkt.
Book Business Last Minute Flights to Cologne
Stretching along the inviting Rhine River, Cologne is a gorgeous city in western Germany dating back to the first century. While countless historic buildings line Cologne’s streets, the city also sports many modern buildings and activities. You’ll find colorful Picasso works at the Museum Ludwig and breathtaking views from the 44-story skyscraper, Cologne Tower. The city is reported to have the most pubs per capita in the world, so you’ll also find a lively nightlife here. Still, as the oldest city in Germany, Dresden overflows with deeply historic sites that are worth your time. The gothic Cologne Cathedral, the Roman Dionysus mosaic and the medieval Overstolzenhaus will amaze you. Getting to this strikingly historic and modern city is easy with Dresden International Airport just a few kilometers from the city center. As a popular domestic and international destination, there are many deals on business last minute flights to Dresden.