Cheap Flights to Munich

 

Munich, the Capital of Bavaria drips in history with olden buildings, museums and is well-known for its yearly Oktoberfest celebration, huge beer halls, particularly the famous Hofbräuhaus, a three floored beer hall dating back to the 1600s. Meander around Marienplatz that’s served as the main square since 1158 in the city centre.

cheap-flights-to-munichMake up a scrumptious picnic lunch of German cheeses, sausages, breads and wine while you relax between strolling through the 900-acre Englische Garten, one of the world’s largest and most beautiful urban parks, filled with history and wonder. Getting there to see and taste these amazing sights and sounds is a lot easier if you find cheap flights to Munich. Besides an array of historical monuments including the 25m high Chinesischer Turm, built between 1789 and 1790, destroyed by bombs in 1944 and rebuilt in 1952. Participate in nude sunbathing in the Schönfeldwiese (Schönfeld meadow), legal since the 1960s, or catch a wave surfing down the artificial stream that flows through the Englische Garten.

Spend the night discovering the many bars and clubs of the city or have dinner in a cosy Bavarian restaurant indulging in sauerkraut, Munich beer and bratwurst. Key to Bavarians way of life is Gemütlichkeit (social relaxation in a comfortable environment) with no shortage of coffee houses and cafés in which to do this with a good cup of coffee, breakfast, a light meal, a cigar, good conversation or just reading your newspaper.

 

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Cheapest One-Way Flights To Munich

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Johannesburg to Munich British Airways R4 709 14 Nov 12 Feb 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Munich Alitalia R4 809 6 Oct 21 Feb 06:11
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Air Frace R5 229 26 Oct 10 Apr 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich Emirates R5 434 14 Sep 16 Apr 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Austrain Airlines R5 504 15 Dec 7 Feb 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich Kulula R5 627 8 Aug 10 Jul 18:11
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Qatar Airlines R6 094 16 Jul 27 Mar 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Qatar Airlines R6 869 2 Oct 27 Apr 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich South African Airways R7 444 11 Dec 30 Jan 06:11
Flights from Durban to Munich Swiss Airlines R9 979 30 Jul 5 Mar 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 29 Apr 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest One-Way Flights To Munich

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Air Frace R10 459 26 Oct 10 Apr 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich Emirates R10 869 14 Sep 16 Apr 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich Kulula R11 255 8 Aug 10 Jul 18:11
Flights from Cape Town to Munich Qatar Airlines R13 739 2 Oct 27 Apr 06:10
Flights from Durban to Munich South African Airways R14 889 11 Dec 30 Jan 06:11
Prices based on live searches up till 29 Apr 00:00 and are subject to change.


Munich nternational Airport, Germany

Munich International Airport (MUC), Nordallee 25, 85356 München, Germany

 

Weather In Germany

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Munich climate
Weather patterns are greatly influenced by the high altitude and Munich’s close proximity to the Alps. Summer during June, July and August can be hot, reaching highs of 35°C, with rain. Autumn during September and October is pleasant with rain. November brings the start of winter with shorter, colder rainy days that are grey with fog and temperatures falling to below freezing during December. January and February are still cold but days start getting longer. March, April and May bring spring with warmer, longer days and a few extra hours sunshine.

When to fly to Munich
Spring is the ideal time to visit Munich before the summer crowds begin arriving. Favoured months for tourists are from May to October with winter travel to Alpine ski areas increasing. November is not an ideal month to visit. Finding cheap flights to Munich is as simple as using our search facility to compare hundreds fo flights to Munich daily.

Getting around Munich
This large city has an excellent public-transportation system comprising the U-Bahn subway, the light-rail S-Bahn, the Strassenbahn for trams and buses. Most convenient is one ticket permits rides on all four modes of transport. Tickets can be bought (and validated) at vending machines located in U-Bahn and S-Bahn stations, with instructions in English, or from tram or bus drivers. Validation lasts for two hours and provided you’re travelling in the same direction, you can transfer as many times as you choose over all four options. Munich comprises four fare zones with Zone 1 comprising most sights and the city centre. A single ticket for Zone 1 costs 2.60€. You can save money by purchasing a Tageskarte one day ticket for inner-city travel that costs 5.80€ per adult and with a partner 11€ or a 3-Tageskarte for three days at 14€.

Taxi stands are scattered all over the city or you can flag one down in the street if its rooftop light is illuminated. Painted cream, there’s no shortage of taxis but they’re expensive with fares starting at 3.30€ plus 1.60€ per kilometre. If you book by phone there’s an extra 1.20€ charge.

As Munich is a bicycle friendly city, getting around on a rental bicycle is convenient. You can rent a bicycle for 3€ per hour or from 15€ to 18€ per day from Radius Bikes located at Arnulfstrasse 2. Either your credit card number or a deposit of 50€ is required and students receive a 10 per cent discount.

Vehicle rentals are available at the airport and in the city from Europcar, Sixt, Avis and Thrifty including many others.

Insider information

  • Don’t strain your neck as you’re left speechless while gazing above as you walk through the Antiquarium in the Munich Residenz, once a small castle built in 1385 with gradual expansion by the Wittelsbach rulers who used it as their residence and seat of government up until 1918. Also to be seen is the biggest secular Renaissance hall north of the Alps, early 17th century rooms including special collections of ecclesiastical vestments and porcelain originating from East Asia and Europe.
  • Visit the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle built by King Ludwig II that opened in 1886 that sits atop a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau in southwest Bavaria.
  • A must for BMW fans is visiting the exhibition facility BMW Welt and the BMW Museum where history related to the manufacturers of BMW will be gleaned.
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