Flights to Munich

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Last minute flights to Munich

Departure Sat, 27 Jan Return Sun, 28 Jan
STN London
FMM Memmingen
return from £24
Departure Mon, 05 Feb Return Wed, 07 Feb
EDI Edinburgh
MUC Munich
return from £60
Departure Fri, 26 Jan Return Tue, 13 Feb
SOU Southampton
MUC Munich
return from £141
Departure Mon, 22 Jan Return Fri, 26 Jan
MAN Manchester
MUC Munich
return from £94
Popular flight routes to Munich
London - Memmingen
return from £33
Edinburgh - Munich
return from £83
Manchester - Munich
return from £128
Bristol - Munich
return from £151
Birmingham - Munich
return from £116
Dublin - Munich
return from £58

Trips to Munich

Munich travel

Located on the banks of River Isar, Munich is Germany's third largest city and is hailed the centre of everything from technology to art and education in Germany. No one ever asks why Munich is so popular among tourists, the name is associated with everything cool and highbrow. It is famous for the way its people dress and carry themselves with natural sophistication. Holding in its depths the royal Bavarian heritage, the city is considered an alpha-world city. It is an elegant combination of old and new buildings. Munich was badly affected by around 71 air raids during WWII and was reconstructed from ruins postwar to present a new face to this historic city.

Things to do and places to see in Munich

Some parts of Munich will give you a feeling of being in the future, while others will take you back to the past - such is the magic of Munich. It has a number of beautiful parks and cathedrals. The Englischer Garten near the city centre is world-famous as one of the largest public urban parks, at the edge of which we have Eisbach wave, the world's best river surfing spot. But whether you're into surfing or not, Munich will not disappoint because it has lots more to offer!

When in the city, make the most of it:

  • Go surfing in the Englischer Garten and have tea at the south end of the park at the Japanisches Teehaus
  • Visit the commonly overlooked masterpiece of a Church, Asamkirche, in the city centre
  • Do not miss the BMW museum and the BMW Welt, especially if you are a car enthusiast
  • Take a tour, be awed with the sprawling Schloss Nymphenburg Castle and roam around its gardens for free
  • Experience the royal life at Residenzmuseum
  • Soak in the whole of Munich in one sight from Olympiaturm in the Olympiapark
  • Grab some of Munich's specialty Weißwurst (white sausage) at Weisses Brauhaus
  • Dine out at Master's place; it has an Italian menu and a different bizarre decorative theme for every room!
  • Watch the city's history on the Glockenspiel at 11am and 12pm at Marienplatz while enjoying the amazing architecture
  • Grab seats for Munich's own and very unique circus experience at Circus Krone in winters

Munich airports

Flights to Munich land at the officially named Franz Josef Strauss, which is commonly known as Munich International Airport. It has been ranked the best airport in Europe several times in a row and is Germany's second busiest. Consequently the airport is quite busy throughout the year with flights coming in from all over the world.

  • Munich International Airport

    Top airlines

    You can find cheap flights to Munich with Ryanair, Lufthansa and Air Dolomiti. Brussels Airlines provides one of the cheapest flights from London to Munich.


    It is located 18 miles northeast of Munich's city centre.

    Transport options

    If you're driving, take the A 92 Munich -Deggendorf autobahn route. You could also take MVV airport S-Bahn rail link S1 leaving to and from the airport every ten minutes, a bus from the bus station near Central Area at a small distance from airport terminals, or grab a taxi for around $50 to the city centre. Calling a hotel shuttle or a limousine service is another option.

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