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Munich

Jetradar compares airfares to Munich with hundreds of airlines and dozens of online travel agencies in one single place. We provide you with all the options, you choose where to book. Also there you can find airlines special offers to Munich. Facts about Munich: Munich connects with 1308 cities nonstop. There are 2 airports in Munich: Augsburg - Muehlhausen, Franz Josef Strauss. 257 airlines have flights to Munich.

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Munich Airports

  • Augsburg - Muehlhausen AGB
  • Franz Josef Strauss MUC

Weather in Munich

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January -1.5 47.0
February 0.0 44.0
March 3.5 49.0
April 8.0 60.0
May 12.5 91.0
June 15.5 115.0
July 17.5 108.0
August 17.0 103.0
September 14.0 71.0
October 9.5 52.0
November 3.5 56.0
December -0.5 51.0
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Population

The total population of Munich is

1,260,000 people.

Munich City Guide

Brief History

The city of Munich, the main cultural center in the southern region of Bavaria, is almost a thousand years old. During that time, it has remained one of Germany’s most important cities culturally, politically, and financially. Today, it is known for its easygoing culture, its historic buildings, and its excellent food and drinks.

Transportation

Munich International Airport, located in a nearby suburb, has been named the best airport in Europe, largely on account of its state-of-the-art facilities, including a full recreation center. It is connected to the S-Bahn (commuter trains), so getting into central Munich is not difficult. The majority of flights to Munich use the main airport, but not all. Cheap flights to Munich on bargain carriers like RyanAir may use Memmingen Airport. This airport is a long way from Munich (110 km), but is often a much cheaper option than Munich International.

Munich’s public transportation system is so good, and its traffic is so bad, that there’s little reason to use anything else to get around. Between the trams, buses, and two train systems (one inside the city and one for the suburbs) Munich public transit can easily get you anywhere you need to be. Online tools will help you find the right route on the complex system, and there are weekly tickets available at very low prices.

Popular Attractions

  • Probably the most famous thing about Munich, and the reason for many tourists’ coming here, is Oktoberfest. This annual harvest festival, which recently celebrated its 200th year, is a celebration of beer and all things Bavarian. It’s an extremely popular festival, so it’s not good for those who dislike crowds, but it’s safe and fun if you’re looking for a good time among masses of people.
  • Like many German cities, Munich is famous for its museums and historic buildings. Attractions range from large medieval castles and palaces, all beautifully preserved and restored, to museums and galleries.
  • Munich has a commendable and honest manner of dealing with the uglier sides of its history. Dachau concentration camp, a former Nazi death camp near the city, has been preserved and converted into a museum, and the Munich Jewish Museum displays the persecution of the Jewish people throughout Munich’s history. These displays are moving and emotional, not for the faint of heart, but well worth a visit if you’re interested in taking a solemn look at Nazi history.

Food

Bavarian culture, of which Munich is the vibrant heart, loves nothing quite so much as eating and drinking. There are many hearty meals to be had in Munich, usually heavy on meat, bread, and cheese. Like the rest of Germany, Munich is particularly fond of sausages, and there are a wide variety available here. If you get tired of sausages, try the schweinsbraten, a roast pork dish native to Bavaria, or a slice of rich cake from one of the many bakeries. With any meal, it’s essential to have a beer.

Tips for Travelers

  • Munich is known as one of the safest cities in Germany, but there is one danger – drunken people (often tourists) behaving inappropriately. They are usually harmless, but it’s best to be on your guard nonetheless.
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