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Munich - where history and events are connected
The capital of Bavaria may be known mainly for its legendary Oktoberfest, but the city has much more in store. The rich cultural calendar and the many sights make the city a true experience for the traveler.
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Flughafen Munich Franz Josef Strauß (MUC) is Munich airport, located approximately 28 kilometers from the center of the city. It is one of the home bases of Lufthansa and is the largest in Germany, except for Frankfurt. The new terminal is considered to be one of the most modern in the world.
Flights to Munich: Lufthansa
Lufthansa is the largest airline in Germany and has its home base in Munich. Today, it flies to around 18 domestic and 197 international destinations in Europe, Africa, America and Asia. It is a member of Star Alliance and Deutsche Lufthansa AG. In addition, it also has several subsidiary companies.
Flights to Munich: Transavia
In addition to KLM, the Dutch company Transavia also offers flights to Munich. The low-cost airline is part of the KLM Group and flies in the summer to a holiday destination in Europe and during the winter to the Alpine countries. It is a cheap way to travel to Munich.
KLM and Lufthansa operate multiple flights from Amsterdam to Munich on a daily basis. The flight route takes 1 hour and 25 minutes. Easyjet and Lufthansa fly from London to the German city in 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Since the foundation of the city, Marienplatz has always been Munich's central square. You will find here among others the Altes Rathaus and the Fischbrunnen, fountain with bronze sculptures. Even shoppers know the square for its many shops and during the summer months Marienplatz is the center of many a festival.
The impressive cathedral is an eye-catcher in the city. The Gothic building dates from the end of the 15th century and typical Renaissance elements. In addition to the incredible view from the towers and the tomb of Ludwig the Bavarian, the cathedral is remarkable because of the strange footprint in the church. It is claimed that it was the devil's after he came to inspect the church.
The castle was once the residence of numerous monarchs who ruled this area, but later it became a palace complex with ten squares and 130 rooms. Because of its size, you can calculate a lot of time if you want to view everything.
Green and sustainable tips for Munich
A visit to Munich is often referred to as a city trip. A flight for a short trip makes everything less sustainable. There's several good train connections to Munich. In addition to compensating for your flight with FlyGRN, you can also try using local accommodation instead of large hotel chains.