Mit easyJet nach Danzig


Gdansk returns to the flight schedule from Berlin - starting now, easyJet will be heading to the Polish port city. The British airline flies from Tegel to the "Golden City" on the Baltic Sea three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Gdansk received its nickname thanks to its large amber deposits. Those interested can find out more in the Amber Museum, which is located in the former city prison. The old town is particularly enchanting, where the traditional brick architecture shines once more thanks to restoration. The many wide beaches of the Polish Baltic Sea coast invite you to stroll and relax. If you want to get to know more about the city, we highly recommend our story about Gdansk:

Other new summer destinations for the cheerful orange airline include Zadar and Dubrovnik in Croatia. They will be heading for both destinations two to three times per week from 2nd April. Likewise, from 4th May easyJet will be going to the Greek island of Kos up to three times per week. In Schönefeld, Sevilla is added as a new holiday destination in southern Spain. The city, which is also known as the birthplace of Flamenco, has been connected twice per week to Berlin since 31st March. With Sylt, the airline gains its sixth domestic connection from Berlin. From 4th May, the North Sea island will be flown to each Saturday.

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