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Munich, Germany: Overview

Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria, the second most populous German state.  The River Isar (a tributary of the Danube) divides the city in two parts. Home to 1.5 million, Munich is the third-largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg.

Munich’s economy is based on high tech, automobiles, the service sector and creative industries, as well as IT, biotechnology, engineering and electronics among many others. What attracts tourists? Munch’s architectural and cultural heritage and diversity, sports events, exhibitions and its annual Oktoberfest are a few to name.

Airport in Munich

Munich Airport

Airport Code: MUC

Location:  The airport is located 28.5 km (17.7 mi) northeast of Munich near the city of Freising

Hub For: Lufthansa, Lufthansa CityLine

Focus City For: Air Dolomiti, Condor, Eurowings(closes October 2020), TUI fly Deutschland

Interesting Facts:  Munich Airport is the second-busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic after Frankfurt Airport, and the eighth-busiest airport in Europe

Airlines That Fly to Munich from USA

Munich is one of the popular vacation destinations in the world, and well connected with the rest of the world. Nonstop flights to Munich operate within Europe, but from cities in the USA, flights with connections are the best option. When an airline partners with another airline, the hub of either of the carriers can be a point of connection.

  1. Turkish Airlines (TK)

The airline is the flag carrier of Turkey. Turkey is one of the few airlines to offer cheap plane tickets to Munich from cities in the USA. The airline is the member of Star Alliance.

Hub Airport for Turkish Airlines: Istanbul (IST)

2. Aer Lingus (EI)

The airline is the flag carrier of Ireland. Aer Lingus has codeshare agreements with Oneworld, Star Alliance and SkyTeam members, as well as interline agreements with Etihad Airways, JetBlue Airways and United Airlines. However, it doesn’t hold dedicated membership of any alliance.

Hub Airport for Turkish Airlines: Dublin Airport (DUB)

3. Aeroflot

Officially known as PJSC Aeroflot, Aeroflot is a flag carrier of Federation of Russia, and member of SkyTeam.

Hub Airport for Aeroflot: Mosco (SVO)

4. Iberia (IB)

The airline is the flag carrier of Germany. Iberia is a member of Oneworld Airline Alliance. Flights to Munich are operated by British Airways (BA), flag carrier of the UK.

Hub Airport for Iberia: Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)

Hub Airport for BA: London (LHR, LGW)

5. American Airlines (AA)

Fares to Munich with American Airlines cost higher than that of Air Europa and Iberia mentioned above. The flights are operated by Iberia or its subsidiaries.

Hub Airport for American Airlines: Charlotte (CLT), Chicago–O’Hare (ORD), Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK), New York–LaGuardia (LGA), Philadelphia (PHL), Phoenix–Sky Harbor (PHX), Washington–National (IAD)

Hub Airport for Iberia: Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD)

6. British Airways (BA)

The airfare to Munich with British Airways is likely to cost same as that of American Airlines. The airline is a member of Oneworld.

Hub for British Airways: London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW)

7. Air Europa (UX)

Book your airplane tickets to Munich with connection at Madrid (MAD). The flight is operated by Delta Air Lines or Air Europa Express (a subsidiary). The airline is a member of SkyTeam.

Hub for Air Europa: Madrid (MAD)

Hub for Delta Air Lines: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP), New York (JFK), New York–LaGuardia (LGA), Salt Lake City (SLC), Seattle/Tacoma (SEA)

Nonstop Flights to Munich

Currently, no airlines operate nonstop or direct flights to Munich from any of the US cities. However, there are multiple operators with connecting flight options at a highly competitive fare. Take advantage of the competition and book cheap air ticket to Munich.

Best Time to Visit Munich

From June to August, Summer, is the peak season (Average High 22°C/71.6°F; Average Low 13°C /55.4°F) when Munich recieves the  maximum number of footfalls of the year, particularly due to the onset of summer vacation in the schools. The season is also marked with colorful key events like Munich Film Festival (June), Tollwood (June), Opera Festival and Munich Summer of Music (July) and Christopher Street Day (July). This results into the unexpected demand of direct flight to Munich.

If you want to avoid the crowds, plan your Munich vacation between March to May. But don’t miss to carry your sweater and coat. Though, the season records average high between 10°C/50°F and 20°C/100°F) and average low 1.6°C/34.88°F and 10°C/50°F), it may surprise you with its extreme negative integers. Munich is well connected with all prominent places of the world. However, if you are booking flights from New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, etc., finding a nonstop flight to Munich is somewhat challenging as not many airlines like Lufthansa serve the city directly.

Top Attractions in Munich

1. Salzburg

If the evolutionary narration of human beings descendent on the planet makes you wonder, then Salzburg, recognized by UNESCO as the World Heritage City, is a must-see place, claims most of Cheapfaremart’s customers who had booked tickets to Munich in 2016. Turn over the pages from the Neolithic age to the 20th century to know how our society has evolved over the time. The highlights include: Site pertaining to The Sound of Music, Mozart’s place of birth and former residence, and the 900-year-old Hohensalzburg Fortress.

2. Hidden Gem

Built by Asam brothers, this untold little church might not have got its due from the historians. Paying a visit to this 176-metre high structure, gives you a rare lifetime opportunity to learn about the Baroque architecture style and design. Plaques attached to the walls are there to give you an anecdote of the history including that of World War II.Irrespective of your religion and faith, you are sure to derive the best value out of your Munich flights.

3. Dachau Memorial Site

Concluding the history of Germany would be difficult without naming Hitler and his infamous party, i.e., the Nazi Party. Visiting this memorial site, which was officially a camp to serve as the administrative building of the party, is actually taking a step into the chilling history buried in its bunker and the Barrack X crematorium.  You will have a chance to witness an International Memorial inside it that commemorates the deaths of millions of Jews who succumbed to Nazi’s atrocities. Don’t miss to see the SS training facility where staff used to receive training from superiors.

4. City Center

Though the place gains its prominence from its architectural sensibilities, it presents a great deal of tourist hotspots that are engaging and entertaining. From places of worships, museums and galleries including Haus der Kunst, Jewish Museum, Munich City Museum and Residenz Museum, to world-class shopping avenues and eateries to well-known shows and events, City Center has got all of them covered. Want some privacy and seclusion? We recommend you to make your way to the inner courtyard of churches present there.

Dining in Munich

The Bavarians culinary practices and cuisines are exceptionally famous particularly in the non-vegetarian categories. From roasted pork knuckle and pork roast to fleischpflanzerl (Bavarian meatballs) or Weißwurst (veal sausage), the whole world of choices are available in Munich at your fingertips. Bavarian beers and Austrian wines add icing on the cake. Munich is home to globally-acclaimed restaurants and cafes that treat their guests amicably.  Restaurant Broeding, Restaurant Mark’s, Café Cord, ELLA, Koi and Restaurant 181 are a few to name.

Interested in exploring just vegetarian foods only? PrinzMyshkin, TushitaTeehaus, Gratitude Eatery and Tian are some of the well-known restaurants catering to the taste of vegetarians in the city. A cosmopolitan impression can be felt on not just the menus that are here to display but also on the internal ambience of the place where guests are served.

Nightlife in Munich

Munich is overwhelmed with nightlife options. Finding the right nightclub, pub, bar or lounge  that is tailored to your taste and preference is not a challenge at all. Most of the bars are hybrid in nature. They serve world-class beverages along with quality dinners, so you don’t need to worry about taking another refuge to satiate your appetite. The hosts also take care that you get entertained in the best possible ways. Bars like Labor Bar, Viva Italia, Jazzy, 80ies reloaded are often packed with performances by internationally recognized DJs and bands. If you want a perfect privacy, choose Cole Porter. However, it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your music love. Enjoy your food and wine while listening to jazz music.

Shopping in Munich

From classy souvenirs to designers lifestyle merchandises to food and supplies, discover anything that you need while shopping in Munich. From big retail chains the likes of H&M or Zara to small locale boutiques, you will get plethora of shopping options all over the city.So never mind, if got your tickets to Munich booked in a hurry and couldn’t afford to do shopping of essential items required on Munich vacation. Some key shopping avenues in Munich include Cute and nice, Shopoholic’s Delight, Happy shopping and The Platzl (little square).