Flights to Munich
What to know before you fly to Munich?
Munich is one of Germany’s largest cities and while German is the official language, you’ll find plenty of people who also speak fluent English. Oktoberfest and the spectacular Christmas Markets are two of the highlights on the local calendar, with flights to Munich in higher demand at these times of year.
Munich operates on the euro (€) and Australians citizens travelling to Germany for less than 90 days are not required to apply for a German visa. The food in Munich is one of the highlights, with traditional favourites such as weisswurst (veal and pork sausage) and schweinsbraten (roast pork) delicious with a Hacker-Pschorr Märzen or other Bavarian beer.
Airports in Munich
Flights from Australia to Munich will disembark at Munich Airport (MUC), locally known as Flughafen München and officially called Franz Josef Strauss Airport, after a famous German politician. The airport is located around 40km from the city centre of Munich, with transport options including the S-Bahn (train), bus, taxi and private transfer. Lufthansa express bus also offers a non-stop connection from the airport to the city centre. A taxi ride will cost between AU$78 and AU$95.