The best deal found on momondo in the last two weeks was a flight to Hamburg from Jerez de la Frontera for $22. This is 98% cheaper than most flight deals to Hamburg. To find the cheapest price to Hamburg from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
In general, January is the cheapest month to fly from United States to Hamburg. Due to it being the ‘off-season’ during this time, you can expect flight prices to be around $542. If you don’t want to visit Hamburg in January, then you should wait until February to fly from United States, when ticket prices are also cheap, with an average price of $564.
The ideal time to book your flight to Hamburg is 55 days in advance when prices tend to average $668. Keep in mind that you might be able to find cheaper flights to Hamburg at any time. In fact, our users found flights for as low as $499 in the past 72 hours.
The cheapest day to depart from United States to Hamburg is on a Wednesday. Travelers who choose to depart for Hamburg on a Wednesday will often find tickets for as low as $647. The most expensive day to fly to Hamburg is Saturday, with ticket prices averaging around $749.
Our most recent data shows that the best time of day to fly to Hamburg is in the morning. Flights from United States to Hamburg during this time can be as low as $557. In contrast, the most expensive time of day to depart to Hamburg is in the afternoon when prices are around $769.
Hamburg Luebeck-Blankensee Airport, Bremen Airport, Hannover Airport, Braunschweig Braunschweig-Wolfsburg Airport or Rostock Laage Airport can be an alternative airport used for travel to Hamburg.
You can find deals at Bremen Airport for $847pp on average, but that price can change based on your departure airport. To save money, try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
Currently, Germany travel restrictions include travel to Hamburg. Entry restrictions
Germany has restricted the entry of travelers who are arriving from outside the European Economic Area, except for nationals of Germany, residents with a residence permit, and D-Visa holders, and certain exceptions (detailed below). Germany has restricted all air passenger flights from the UK until January 20. In order to travel to Germany on exempt transportation UK nationals resident in Germany will require proof of residence. If they are not yet in possession of a residence card, they will be required to provide credible evidence that they are resident in Germany. This could include an address registration certificate (Meldebescheinigung), a tenancy agreement, a utility bill in their name, or a certificate of application (Fiktionsbescheinigung). As of June 25, travelers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland may enter Germany. Germany has also lifted restrictions on entry for travelers coming from the following countries: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand and Uruguay. Travelers must have spent at least 2 weeks in the above-listed countries prior to their flight to Germany. Restrictions will also be lifted for entry from China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Macao if this can be agreed on a reciprocal basis. The list will be reviewed every two weeks. Entry from any third country is possible for travelers who can demonstrate an important reason for their travel. The list of important reasons covers German and EU citizens and any third-country nationals with a right of residency in Germany. It also includes healthcare and social care personnel and health researchers, skilled workers whose economic activity is necessary and cannot be postponed or performed from abroad, freight and transport staff, seasonal workers, students who cannot continue their studies from abroad, travelers making visits for urgent family reasons, diplomats and staff at international organizations, and persons transiting Germany. Travelers entering Germany after staying in a designated risk area abroad during the previous 14 days must undergo mandatory testing for COVID-19. The German government regularly updates its list of designated risk areas. See the "English archive" at the bottom of the Robert Koch Institute page for the latest updated list.Entry requirements
Travelers who need to be tested have the choice to either present a valid test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival. Travelers entering Germany from another country and have visited a high-risk area in the last 10 days, must complete adigital registration prior to travel.Quarantine requirements
Quarantine requirements in Germany differ depending on the German state. All travelers arriving from high-risk areas (over 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) are required to stay in home quarantine for 10 days on arrival in Germany. After 5 days it is possible to secure release from quarantine with a negative test. More information can be found here. In most federal states (Länder), testing negative, at the earliest after five days, means home quarantine is no longer required. Furthermore, in some federal state (Land) regulations, exemptions from the quarantine obligation require the submission of a negative test result.If you are planning to travel to Hamburg at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.