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Munich Guide

What are Munich’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg was built as a summer residence for Ferdinand Maria, a 17th-century ruler under the Wittelsbach dynasty. The Palace was designed in a traditional Baroque style and is a top attraction to see while holidaying on flights to Munich. It’s spread across several pavilions and wings, with sprawling courtyards and frescoes and an English-style garden. Tour the palace to admire its exterior and gardens, as well as rooms like the Great Hall, North Gallery, and Palace Chapel.

Englischer Garten

Look at an aerial photo of central Munich, and you’ll be struck by the sheer size of Englischer Garten. It covers 370 hectares, making it Germany’s largest urban park. The gardens were designed in a typical English style complete with ponds, expansive lawns, and rotundas. The gardens have 78 kilometres of walking and cycling paths that pass structures like a Japanese teahouse, Monopteros Greek temple, and Seehaus outdoor beer garden. Set aside some time to wander through the gardens if you book tickets to Munich in spring, summer, or autumn.


Marienplatz is a major city square and a must-see for anyone visiting Germany on flights to Munich. It’s located in Munich’s old town and dates back to the 12th century when medieval celebrations and markets were held there. There’s a lot to see around Marienplatz, including Munich’s Old Town Hall, New Town Hall, and Column of St. Mary. The square is also home to Rathaus-Glockenspiel clock – one of the most famous attractions to see in between return flights to Munich. Visitors gather around at 11am and noon each day when the clock chimes and figurines reenact famous events in Bavarian history.


What’s on in Munich?


Are you hoping to see Munich at its most vibrant? Have a look at airfare to Munich for the world-famous Oktoberfest beer festival. 16 tents pop up, and inside, festival-goers drink steinfulls of beer while singing and dancing along to traditional German music. After hopping between beer tents, grab a pretzel or a bratwurst with sauerkraut from one of the many food stalls, or get a thrill on Oktoberfest carnival rides. You could even sport a traditional dirndl or lederhosen to get more into the Oktoberfest spirit. Head to Germany on return flights to Munich between mid-September and early October to attend Oktoberfest.


Oktoberfest gets the most attention, but did you know you can have a similar time by booking cheap flights to Munich in spring? Springfest is the little sibling to the world-famous beer festival. Several Oktoberfest features are also included at Springfest, including carnival rides, beer tents, and food stalls. The only real difference between Oktoberfest and Springfest? The spring version is a bit smaller, but fewer tourists means you’ll have easier and quicker access to the tents. Book tickets to Munich between late April and early May for Springfest.

Christkindl Markets

Germany is known around the world for its incredible Christmas markets. Book flights into Munich International Airport (MUC) during the lead-up to Christmas for one of the country’s best. Market stalls set up in Marienplatz, and vendors sell everything from Christmas gifts and handmade crafts to traditional Bavarian food and glühwein. The Christkindl Markets are complete with extravagant Christmas lights and a tall Christmas tree. Visit the Christkindl Markets if your cheap flights to Munich fall between late November and Christmas Eve.


What is the best way to get around Munich?

There’s an extensive network of trains, trams, and buses to use while holidaying on return flights to Munich. Trains are split into two categories: S-Bahn overground trains and U-Bahn metro trains. The S-Bahn is spread across eight lines and is primarily used for suburban travel. It also stops in Hauptbahnhof and Ostbahnhof Central stations plus tourist hubs Marienplatz and Karlsplatz. You can also catch the S-Bahn into the city after arriving on flights to Munich. Routes S1 and S8 travel between Munich International Airport (MUC) and the city. The U-Bahn metro is another helpful option for travellers holidaying on cheap flights to Munich. There are eight lines with 96 stations around Munich and the suburbs.

The U-Bahn is great, but the tram system is even larger. There are 13 tram lines that make 165 stops around the city and suburbs. Most of Munich’s major attractions can easily be reached by tram, making this a good option to keep in mind after booking airfare to Munich.

Heading somewhere off-the-beaten-path that’s not accessible by train or tram? Chances are you can catch one of more than 900 buses. Bus route 100 is especially helpful for visitors holidaying on flights to Munich. It operates around the centre with stops at major attractions, including the Bavarian National Museum and Königsplatz.