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Find Flights to Germany with Thai Airways

Compare Lowest Airfares to Germany*

  1. BKK-FRA

    Bangkok (BKK) to Frankfurt (FRA)

    22/12/2018-

    09/01/2019

    THB 37,835

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. BKK-MUC

    Bangkok (BKK) to Munich (MUC)

    22/12/2018-

    24/12/2018

    THB 37,370

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. BKK-HAM

    Bangkok (BKK) to Hamburg (HAM)

    05/01/2019-

    12/01/2019

    THB 72,530

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. BKK-BER

    Bangkok (BKK) to Berlin (BER)

    19/12/2018-

    06/01/2019

    THB 50,090

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. BKK-DUS

    Bangkok (BKK) to Dusseldorf (DUS)

    12/01/2019-

    19/01/2019

    THB 57,575

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. BKK-STR

    Bangkok (BKK) to Stuttgart (STR)

    19/12/2018-

    16/01/2019

    THB 44,985

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

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  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Frankfurt (FRA)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - FRA

    12/03/2019

    FRA - BKK

    16/03/2019

    THB 27,420
  2. Bangkok (BKK) to Munich (MUC)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - MUC

    20/05/2019

    MUC - BKK

    29/05/2019

    THB 26,490
  3. Bangkok (BKK) to Hamburg (HAM)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - HAM

    22/02/2019

    HAM - BKK

    01/03/2019

    THB 49,545
  4. Bangkok (BKK) to Berlin (BER)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - BER

    10/06/2019

    BER - BKK

    21/06/2019

    THB 42,935
  5. Bangkok (BKK) to Dusseldorf (DUS)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - DUS

    14/10/2019

    DUS - BKK

    30/10/2019

    THB 41,790
  6. Bangkok (BKK) to Dresden (DRS)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - DRS

    14/06/2019

    DRS - BKK

    09/07/2019

    THB 43,150
  7. Bangkok (BKK) to Nuremberg (NUE)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - NUE

    19/01/2019

    NUE - BKK

    26/01/2019

    THB 45,755
  8. Bangkok (BKK) to Hanover (HAJ)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - HAJ

    17/08/2019

    HAJ - BKK

    26/08/2019

    THB 46,175
  9. Ko Samui (USM) to Frankfurt (FRA)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    USM - FRA

    19/02/2019

    FRA - USM

    05/03/2019

    THB 47,580
  10. Ubon Ratchathani (UBP) to Munich (MUC)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    UBP - MUC

    10/06/2019

    MUC - UBP

    09/07/2019

    THB 36,560

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Find Flights to Germany with Thai Airways

Traveling to Germany

Overview

Germany offers limitless opportunities for exploration. Get to know its world-class cities, among them the avant-garde Berlin, the high-powered Frankfurt and the beer-soaked Bavarian capital of Munich, and find history and culture at every step. The country’s natural assets, from the genteel scenery of the Black Forest to the epic wilderness of the Alps, are equally diverse and impressive.

Getting around

The cliché of Germans as pathologically punctual is one that, at least when it comes to public transport, tends to ring true. Bigger German cities have interconnected underground, train, tram and bus networks as well as extensive cycle lanes. A highly regulated taxi industry means you’re unlikely to be taken for a ride here, though taxis can be expensive.

See & do

High up on most travellers’ bucket lists is Munich’s world-famous Oktoberfest. It’s little wonder why. With lederhosen, oompah music and full-to-the-brim steins, the annual festival really does offer a rollicking good time. Outside of Oktoberfest season, the raucous good vibes still linger at the city’s Hofbräuhaus, while serene lakes encircled by rearing peaks are just a short train ride away.

In Berlin, visitors can find remnants of the graffiti-covered wall that once divided the city and country, as well as a rake of excellent museums. When night falls, Berliners throw themselves into the open-minded culture and nightlife scene, which encompasses everything from orchestral music and opera to risqué cabaret and legendary techno clubs.

The country’s third major urban highlight is Frankfurt, a city that blends commerce and continental culture. Beyond its glimmering skyscrapers is the restored medieval Altstadt (Old Town) where you’ll find jazz clubs, intimate taverns serving Apfelwein (apple wine) and charming cafés. If you’re in need of some rest and relaxation, join the stressed-out stockbrokers searching for relief in the soothing hot springs of nearby Wiesbaden.

Hidden gems

Beyond the big cities, the hinterland harbours all kinds of appealing destinations that rarely make it onto traveller’s itineraries. Just north of the Harz Mountains, for instance, lies Quedlinburg, a town whose half-timbered, red-roofed houses are a delight for the aesthetically minded, while the city of Trier in the west of the country has a fine collection of ancient Roman ruins, including baths and a 25,000-seat amphitheatre.

Far in the northeast of Germany is another often overlooked gem: Rügen Island. This beautiful patch of wilderness first shot to prominence when German Romantic artist Caspar David Friedrich painted its startlingly white chalk cliffs.

Food & drink

German food deserves a better reputation than it has. Hearty, filling offerings featuring sausages, dumplings and meats such as pork knuckle are commonplace, particularly in beer halls, but they aren’t the sole culinary output here. More delicate dishes as well as superb seafood plates are commonly produced in Germany’s kitchens too.

Beer is omnipresent and there are hundreds of different types to try, from Kölsch to Altbier to Hefeweizen. German winemakers are putting out increasingly well-regarded Spätburgunders (pinot noirs) as well as the classic Rieslings for which Germany is already famed.

Popular Thai Airways Flights to Germany