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Notice of Strike - Friday, December 2nd
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  • Notice of Strike - Friday, December 2nd

    Passengers are advised that on Friday, December 2nd, due to a 24 hours national strike, there may be some disruption to airport  services.

    For flight information, we recommend you contact your airline

    You can also see the live flight information page on Bologna Airport website.

    We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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Bologna Berlin flights

Bologna Airport offers direct flights from/to Berlin. On this page you will find all the information needed.

Berlin

Over 170 museums, the Mitte District and symbol-monuments like the Brandenburg Gate, all contribute to the uniqueness of an ever changing city after the knocking down of the Wall in 1989.
The museum routes, Berlin’s pride, host millions of visitors every year.
The Museum Island in the Mitte district, historical centre of Berlin, is utterly unmissable. Five buildings, home respectively to five museums considered masterpieces for their architecture and space organization.

The Altes Museum (1830), the Neues Museum (1859), the Alte Nationalgalerie (1876), the Pergamonmuseum (1930) and the Bode Museum, the best known one, hosting the greatest sculpture collection in the whole world.

A walk around the Mitte quarter, thumping heart of the city rich in shops, restaurants, bars and night venues (about 700), and then head down to the Brandeburg Tor (XVIII century): Berlin’s symbol and reminder of the past segregation (the wall stood next to it), the gate used to be in “Nobody’s land”, while today it is accessible to all.

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