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Munich is the third largest city in Germany. It has a dash of impressive architecture. When wandering around this city, you will be able to see a mix of inspiring historical buildings. Anyway, who would not be tempted to visit here? Just knowing their city motto “München mag Dich”, which means “Munich likes you,” you might immediately get interested in visiting! Not only is this city a well-known tourist destination, it is also known as a top ranked city for expatriates and a popular migrant destination due to its livability.
Here are the locations that should get you even more interested in visiting Munich. You might even decide to live here once you see these nice tourist destinations!
In terms of airports, this city has only one, Munich Airport. Just like any airports, this airport has a lot of information desks scattered all over the airport. This is to ensure that the passengers will be well catered to.
We recommend taking one of our Munich airport transfers, for convenient, well priced transportation from the airport to the city center. Otherwise, there are two methods of public airport transportation here. The first one is through commuter trains. There are two commuter trains that you can take, S1 and S8. However, it is recommended that you take the S8 since this is much faster than the other one. Their railroad system is connected to all major cities in Germany and it goes as far to certain European destinations. The other forms of public airport transportation you can take are buses and airport taxis. Buses and coaches run around the city and surrounding areas.
Munich Airport Guide
Munich Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. In 2011, it handled 37,763,701 passengers. It ranked 27th in the world that year and it is the second busiest in Germany next to Frankfurt Airport. In all of Europe’s airports, this airport is the 6th busiest.
The Munich Airport Center
There is a center for passengers located in between the two terminals of the airport. This center is actually composed of two smaller centers: the Central Area (older center located in Terminal 1) and the newer center called MAC Forum. In the Central Area you will find a shopping mall so it is there you will find duty-free items. In the MAC Forum, you will an outdoor area with a transparent roof all over. Next to this place, you will find the airport hotel – the Kempinski hotel.
If you have time to view Munich from the airport, you go to Terminal 2, at the rooftop. From this point, you will have a view of the easterly aircraft apron.
Eating, Drinking and Other Important Passenger Stuff
It is not surprising that this airport is constantly voted as one of Europe’s best. Terminal 2 is modern and very clean. This is where you will see small shops selling all kinds of stuff. If you like to look around a bit, you will also enjoy their free newspaper reading and coffee. They even have prepared for passengers a micro brewery if you are into drinking delicious draughts.
Transportation is also very convenient as the airport is near the city center. Public transport to and from the city is always available any time of the day. There are trains serving the public and airport passengers going into the city and from the city.
The Munich Airport is connected by the Munich Suburban Railway to the city and it will take you around 40 minutes to get to the city through this railway. If you will be going to places such as Prague, Regensburg, or Nuremberg, you just board a scheduled bus service upon disembarking. This bus service will take about 20 minutes to get you to Freising station which is a part of the Munich Suburban Railway.