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Traveling can be a very expensive endeavor, especially if you are flying overseas. However, there are ways to save money on airfare, even for business class flights. How to find cheap business class flights to Munich from US? The cost of flying into Germany’s capital, Munich can be as much a $4236. Flights will vary depending on your departure location and travel dates, but some people report that tickets cost just over $1,000 for flights from America. Of course, in order to understand a more accurate cost of a flight, you should contact our consultants and tell us the date of departure, the city of departure and where you are flying, and how much you expect us to find you a ticket at an affordable price.
Then you’ve heard of Munich. This is a fabulous city famous for lots: beer, sauerkraut, Bavarian treats galore. Enjoying about three million tourists each year, Munich is a German focal point. The name is derived from Munichen, which means “by the monks” in Old High German, alluding to the city’s origins that date back to a Benedictine monastery in 750 AD. The rest is, as they say, history.
While Washington DC enjoys many free museums, Munich is not far behind. Many of Munich’s art galleries, science museums, and others cost only a single euro to enter. Go enjoy expensive art for cheap!
Eating is a major component of any vacation. While you should definitely try as many Munich restaurants as possible, don’t leave out the street markets. You can enjoy fresh food and drinks all year round, but during the winter months, the markets transition to Christmas themes and offer seasonal delicacies such as Glühwein (mulled wine) or a Lebkuchen (gingerbread).
Munich is an extremely navigable city. Walking is not an issue, but biking is also a frequently selected option (don’t worry, no need to bring your bike with you on the plane. There are plenty of rental options). Beyond that, public transportation is a dream in Munich and, of course, there are always cars.
While it looks like a typical hill, Olympiapark Hill is much more than that; it is a cultural and historical icon. The “soil” that the hill rests atop is actually not soil at all – it is in fact rubble collected from the battles of World War II. Built for the 1972 Olympics, the hill provides an elevated, 360-degree view that can span all the way to the Alps, pending the weather is clear. There is a beer garden at the top, the highest of its kind in Munich.
Munich is landlocked, so you may be wondering how you’d be able to surf there. The Englischer Garden Park offers a unique surfing experience, roughly five minutes from downtown Munich. You’ll see surfers catching waves on the ice cold Eisbach River. These waves can reach impressive heights of one meter. For being in the center of such a modern, metropolitan city, this is rumored to be one of the coolest surfing spots in the world. Surfer extraordinaires have been surfing these river waves for more than 40 years.
Dating all the way back to 1836, Alte Pinakothek is one the oldest art galleries in the entire world. Its neo-Renaissance styles were a model for world-famous galleries such as those in Brussels, Rome, and St. Petersburg.
Many Munich tourists will visit the Hofbrauhaus to enjoy a classic beer. Do not steal the big beer mug. Security is accustomed to tourists stealing these steins and make a valiant effort to prevent it from happening. Munich vendors sell them, so if you’re keen on bringing one home, pay money for it instead of stealing.
When enjoying a beer in Germany, be conscious of your body language. It is in fact illegal to raise a stein above your head; you can be arrested for attempted murder. This is because of people in the past who have hit others over the head with steins, knocking them unconscious. German police do everything they can to prevent more injuries from happening, so be aware and respectful of the local rules.
Most shops are closed on Sundays. Tourist shops, pharmacies, and train stations are some of the few exceptions, but be sure to plan your Sundays in advance to prevent losing a day of travel.
Munich is served by two international airports, Franz Josef Strauss Airport and Munich Airport. Franz Josef Strauss Airport is located about 16 miles northeast of the city centre, while Munich Airport is situated about 28 miles northwest of the city. Both airports are well connected to the city centre by a variety of transportation options, including bus, train, and taxi. Munich Airport is the busiest of the two airports, handling over 42 million passengers per year. It is a major hub for Lufthansa, as well as a focus city for Air Berlin and easyJet. Frankfurt Josef Strauss Airport, on the other hand, handles over 12 million passengers annually and serves as a hub for Germanwings and Air Dolomiti. In addition to scheduled flights, both airports also offer a variety of charter services.
Munich is a great city to visit any time of year, but there are certain times that are better than others. The weather is generally mild, with occasional snow in the winter and occasional heat waves in the summer. However, the spring and fall are usually the best times to visit, when the weather is more stable and comfortable.
Most tourists visit Germany during Oktoberfest, but don’t think that it only takes place for the month it is named after. It often begins mid-September and ends early to mid-October. Come join your fellow beer drinkers!
A nonstop flight from DC to Munich is 9 hours. There are always business class flights with nonstop and layover options.
Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Munich.
Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:
For this specific destination, try Lufthansa.
Contact Voyagu to find the cheapest flights to Munich.
Air travel can be expensive, especially when flying internationally. Our company works with many airlines and can provide good prices for business class flights to Europe from the USA.
By following these tips, you’ll be sure to find the best business class deal for your trip to Munich.
Contact us and we will find you a flight at a good price. Our consultants will advise you.
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