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Cheap Flights To Munich (MUC), Germany

Munich is popular for its modern and contemporary sides sitting by each other’s side like a rare few places on earth for its high tech cars, tall tankards, Lederhosen (leather breeches) and edgy art.  

The largest city in the German state of Bavaria, it boasts of a deep monarchic past and ecstatic 20th century feel. There is on offer rich history that is hard to sum up in one holiday. There is so much to see and do that you will always feel that you don’t have enough time.

A lot of people travel to Munich is the Oktoberfest, approximately 6 million people witness this event. It is a great idea to find best deals on flight tickets to Munich and travel to the largest folk fair in the world with Vaccation Travel for great discounts on deals.

Things to do in Munich

Munich is home to a number of historically rich buildings and museums. It is fun-loving and has a rich cultural calendar. The local market, festivals, cuisine and everything else takes the visitors on an animated adventure trip. The things you can do here are so many that you will find yourself always catching last minute flights to this beautiful city, here are a few places that you can strikeout of your bucket list;

  • Munich Residenz- For a number of centuries the seat of the dukes, electors, and kings of Bavaria, the Munich Residenz is one of Europe's most stunning palaces and a must go.
  • Marienplatz and the Neues Rathaus- This place has been Munich's central square since the foundation of the city; it also is the site of medieval jousting competitions; and where markets were held.
  • Frauenkirche- A huge twin 100-meter-tall towers, with their typical Renaissance domes, peak over a tall building that is 109 meters long and 40 meters broad.
  • Englischer Garten (English Garden) – this is not only the largest city park in Germany - but it also covers an area of 910 acres and is one of the most beautiful attractions to see. There are naturally prearranged groups of trees and plants that bring out ever-changing vistas, and nine kilometers of twisting streams and an artificial lake absolutes the feeling of a natural landscape.
  • Nymphenburg Palace- The big Baroque palace of Nymphenburg, in the northwest border of the city, was initially the summer home of the Wittelsbach Electors in the 17th century and is a place famous for its architecture.

Munich is a delightful place in terms of the cuisine it offers and it is loaded with nourishment elements of the Bavarian kitchen. The food scene has drastically changed over the years in this city; the influx of immigrants has brought an informal bend and addition to the cuisine. If you are traveling to this city there are a few things you must try like bagels with sausage, Apfelstrudel, Sauerkraut, Germknödel with vanilla sauce, and Pork chops with red-cabbage dumplings.

This city is popular for its loud beer culture but the nightlife here is far more than just that. You will get a variety of cocktails that are made of the local ingredients here. If you want to go to a café bar of substance you can try the Glockenbach Viertel south of the Old Town. The locals are more interested in the hip-hop music at the weekends, it will overwhelm you to see the crowds kicking back and enjoying. Here are a few more places that you can go to the party;

  • Backstage
  • Harry Klein
  • Milla
  • Glockenbachviertel
  • Muffatwerk

The best time to book a discounted flight to Munich is in the months of July and August given that the winters can get cold, it is best to plan a vacation in summer for the warmth with cool and rainy days in July and August. The city sees an increase in tourists in the month of October because here the winters are for the skiing lovers and of course the world famous Oktoberfest.   

Airports in Munich

Munich International Airport is located 18 miles northeast of Munich and has 2 terminals and is also popularly known as Franz Josef Strauss. With a combination of world-class facilities and efficient services, it is of no surprise that it is ranked the best in the world witnessing a number of one way international flights to Munich. You can manage a walk between the two terminals to commute easily.

You can also avail the services of train, taxis or buses to and from the airport or around the city to navigate. There are a number of amenities that can be availed by the passengers who are traveling by first class flights, business class flights, premium economy flights or more like ATMs, luggage services, money exchange counters, business and conference rooms, baby rooms, prayer rooms, spas, showers, high end retail shops, duty free shops, a variety of eating joints and free Wi-Fi.

Hotels in Munich

If you have planned a travel to Munich, there are a lot of historic venues, luxury and cheap hotels that will be available according to your fancy and need. It is a multifaceted city with a number of travelers coming in for a holiday. With a vibrant city life, the accommodation also has become modern and efficient in making available all kinds of comfort that a traveler needs.

Regardless of what you are traveling for, a generic holiday with your family or the Oktoberfest, you can explore the tailored packages of non stop direct flights to Munich and hotels with us for better deals to grab. Here are a few hotels that you can consider if you are looking to stay in comfort;

-    Novotel Munich City

-    Holiday Inn Munich - Westpark

-    Marc Munchen

-    Hilton Munich Airport

-    Eden Hotel Wolff

Traveling Tips For Munich

If you are planning to travel to this city of diversity take down a few mental notes. No holiday in Munich can be whole without making a stop at one of the most well-known beer halls, like Paulaner or Hofbräuhaus. If you are traveling in the winter months, stop by the city’s famous holiday market Christkindl market, set up on the Marienplatz, for shopping and a glass of mulled wine. Throughout the summer months, you can buy low cost plane tickets to Munich to enjoy the free open-air opera series going on, which is a phenomenal way to take pleasure in this great German cultural tradition.

Airlines Which Fly To Munich

Cheap airfare round trip flights to Munich is available with the following carriers;

  • Turkish Airlines
  • Aeroflot Airlines
  • Lufthansa Airlines
  • Aer Lingus
  • United Airlines


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