Munich International Airport information
Munich Airport - also known as Flughafen München - serves the capital of Germany’s state of Bavaria, Munich city. One of Europe’s biggest and busiest airports, Munich Airport has been in service since 1992, when Munich-Reim Airport closed. The airport handles over 40 million air travellers a year and is a hub base for the country’s largest airline, Lufthansa.
Flights to Munich International Airport
Munich Airport covers an area of 3,000 acres and consists of 2 passenger terminals. Terminal 2 is reserved for Lufthansa and other Star Alliance member airlines like Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways, whilst Terminal 1 handles the remaining non-Star Alliance airlines. Popular destinations from Munich Airport include London, Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam and Barcelona. Travellers from Singapore can find direct flights to Munich on Singapore Airlines.
Cheapest flights to Munich International Airport
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Munich Airport is located about 40km from the city centre of Munich. To get there quickly and affordably, travellers can head to the Munich Airport Center to board an S-Bahn train to Hauptbahnhof, the main train station in central Munich. Both the S1 and S8 lines directly connect the airport with Hauptbahnhof, with trains arriving at the station every 10-20 minutes. Expect a 40-45mins train ride to town, at a fare of about SGD$17.
Otherwise, taxis are also readily available outside the airport. A cab ride to the city centre will take about 30mins and cost around SGD$75.
What to see and do
Every major city needs a central square around which the hustle and bustle of city life pulses. Marienplatz is Munich’s place - located right in the city centre. Marienplatz has served as a place for locals to meet, greet and mingle since the 1100s. The site of countless ancient jousting tournaments and open-air markets (both modern and traditional), Marienplatz is a solid, reliable constant in a city constantly changing and a must-see for every tourist.
Sitting on a hill above the Hohenschwangau village, The Neuschwanstein Castle was built by the ‘Fairytale King’, King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the early 19th century. The castle, with its unobstructed view of the Bavarian Alps, is a shining representation of a fairytale castle and has, in fact, inspired the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Hong Kong Disneyland.
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