Try Berlin & Airberlin For the Holidays

I always love learning about new TRAVEL THERAPY destination that I can add to my “bucket list” to visit soon to feature in in my globally syndicated online TRAVEL THERAPY editorial videos and on my new TV home in the NYC market where I’ll feature top places to visit around the world based on what you’re going through in life.

If you’re looking for a unique place to visit for the holidays that’s overflowing with holiday cheer from what I’m learning about Berlin, the edgy and always creative city in Germany,  it sounds like a fantastic place to go for some fun and festivities having more than forty different Christmas markets all across the city. I love that! Just imagine the kind of cool gifts you’ll find here!

What also intrigues me about this city is how affordable it is, compared to other European hot spots, and how thanks to airberlin and even more non-stop flights from the U.S., tickets from NYC to Berlin can run just around $600.

Earlier this year airberlin joined the Oneworld global airline alliance and is now partnering with American Airlines and other airlines in the alliance to make it even easier and more affordable and comfortable for you to travel from the States to Berlin and Dusseldorf, Germany. airberlin’s network in the US currently includes a total of five destinations, NYC, Chicago, L.A., Miami and Fort Myers and the airline is known for it’s affordable prices and quality customer service.

Also to keep an eye on, a new non-stop flight on airberlin between Chicago and Berlin and the addition of new luxurious full-flat business class seats that will start showing up in December, just in time to help celebrate the holidays in comfort and style.

For more: www.airberlin.com & www.visitberlin.com

For more unique TRAVEL THERAPY trip ideas you can also check out a copy of the  book, TRAVEL THERAPY: Where Do You Need to Go? (Seal Press)  that’s on sale now for the holidays at Amazon.com. Just click HERE for the special discount and stay tuned for more TRAVEL THERAPY video features syndicated by AOL, Blip.TV, Blinkx, YouTube and so many more!

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