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Why Fly to Munich?
Munich is the city of contradictions and combines prosperity and Gemütlichkeit (cosiness), folkore and age-old tradition with sleek BMW’s, designer boutiques and high-powered industry. Its museums include world-class collections of artistic masterpieces, and its music and cultural scenes are considered by some to outrank Berlin in quality. Make sure to visit the English Garden, Nymphenburg Castle, the Olypmic Centre while you are in town. Popular day trips from Munich are the Cinderella castle Schloss Neuschwanstein and the Bavarian Alps.
Flying to Munich from the UK
Direct flight connections between the UK and Munich are excellent and also the cheapest and quickest option. Non-stop flights are operated between London Gatwick, London Stansted, London City, London Heathrow, Manchester and Birmingham. Flight time is about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Popular Flight Routes to Munich
Which Airlines Fly to Munich?
The discount carrier easyjet is the cheapest option between London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester and Munich. British Airways flies from London Heathrow to Munich directly but does not offer as many flights as Germany's national carrier Lufthansa, which connects Birmingham, London City and London Heathrow with Munich.
Mini Travel Guide to Munich
Munich, the capital of the State of Bavaria, is a mixture of uncomplicated elegancy and abandon that offers high-quality museums, huge parks, boisterous nightlife and, of course, thousands of beer cellars and gardens. The world’s beer capital definitely lives up to its reputation. Not only in the famous beer hall, the Hofbräuhaus but in thousands of beer cellars and gardens you can experience great beer, tradition food and 'oompah' music, seven days a week. The Englisch Garten is well worth a visit. While in Munich make sure to visit the Viktualienmarkt, one of Germany’s liveliest food markets. Nowhere else in Munich you find a greater variety of exclusiveness of fresh food and delicacies. Watch the surfers on Munich’s river, the Isar or take a day trip to the Bavarian Alps which are just 1.5 hours away and the perfect place for hiking, skiing or day-dreaming at Neuschwanstein Castle.