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"München mag dich", Munich likes you! Find cheap flights to Munich and enjoy a fabulous short or long stay in one of Germany’s most promising destinations. Munich is an acknowledged science and technology hub, the home of BMW and, of course, beer! Millions of travellers choose to visit Munich every year, to experience the legendary Oktoberfest; and when you’ve had enough of beer and sausages, you can enjoy some of Europe’s best museums, culture centres and parks. Whether you’re travelling with friends, family or your special someone, Munich really has got something for you!
Munich is the capital and largest city of Bavaria. With a population of 1,42 million, Munich is Germany’s third largest city – and one of the country’s most interesting ones.
Munich is one of Europe’s most treasured science and technology hubs, home of the world’s largest science and applied technology centres.
A trip to Munich could never be considered complete without the.. beer factor. Oktoberfest, the world’s most popular beer festival is being held every October and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors and tourists, offering authentic, traditional beer and delicious German dishes.
Whether you like beer or not, you will enjoy Oktoberfest, as it has become an indispensable part of Munich’s culture.
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Munich’s international airport (Flughafen München) is located 28.5 kilometres southeast of the city centre and can be reached by railway (Lines S1 and S8) and public buses.
Getting around Munich
You can get around Munich by metro (U-Bahn – 7 lines), railway (S-Bahn), tramway (17 lines) and public buses. Fares start at 2.60€ and minimum taxi fare costs around 2.90€.
- At the centre of Munich, your first stop would be the Town Hall (Rathaus-Glockenspiel). Built in 1908, it is equipped with 43 bells and decorated with 32 life-sized human figures. Be sure to visit in the morning, to enjoy the special little show they give!
- Continue to the German Museum, to learn more about science and technology, fields of expertise of Munich; this is the largest science and technology centre in the world.
- Next stop, the Frauenkirche. Munich’s cathedral is the city’s major landmark, looming high over the city. It is Munich’s tallest building and, as a matter of fact, it is forbidden by law for any other building to exceed its height!
Want some time to relax, away from it all? The English Garden is the perfect place for you! Larger even than Central Park, in the English Garden you can enjoy a relaxing morning or afternoon, away from the city’s crowds.
Munich is full of restaurants and beer houses; wherever you look, there is always a place to have a beer, accompanied by the traditional snack, usually meat products and sausages.
You should by all means try the Würstl (sausage), have some Brezeln (Pretzels), Knödel (potato or bread dough), Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes) and, of course, Sauerkraut (fermented cabbage)!
To see the real nightlife of Munich, go to the Schwabing district. You are a music fanatic? Be sure to check out the Kultfabrik, Europe’s largest party area, with 22 clubs, two concert halls, restaurants, snack bars, pubs and bars.
You’re visiting Munich in October? Oktoberfest is the place to be! Every year, from late September to early October, Munich is all about local beer, delicious food and meeting new people from all over the world!Munich’s official language is German, but English and French are also widely spoken.