How to find cheap flights to Munich
Searching cheap flights to Munich? Whether you are looking for an urban vacation or the stunning nature, festivals or castles that look like they were taken from fairy tales, the Bavarian capital will never disappoint you. On Skyscanner.co.il you can find direct flights for only $137 round trip, that’s less than ₪500! Prices vary depending on the day of your booking, the season of the year, seat availability, and they can change more than once a day, so if you see a good price - don’t hesitate and book it.
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Airports with direct flights to Munich
All direct flights from Israel to Munich depart from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv. The duration of the flight is 4:00 hours.
What airlines fly to Munich from Israel?
EL AL and Lufthansa operate scheduled direct flights to Munich from Israel. Arkia and Israir fly seasonally to the capital of Bavaria. You can cut the price of your flight by up to 65% if you book a flight via a stopover. For example, you can fly with Aegean Airlines via Athens, Turkish AIrlines via Istanbul, Ukraine International via Kiev, and other carriers.
All flights to Munich arrive at Munich Airport (MUC), 28.5 km northeast of Munich. Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany, handing flights to 248 destinations across the globe. There are two passenger terminals, each of them shuffles 20-25 million travelers per year. EL AL and the seasonal flights of Arkia and Israir are arriving at Terminal 1. Lufthansa flights arrive at Terminal 2.
To reach the center of Munich, you can take the S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines, with departures every 10 minutes. There is also a bus service, the duration of the ride is about 40 minutes, and a day single ticket costs €12.8. You can also take the Lufthansa Express Bus, a non-stop connection into the city center, no matter with which airline you fly. A single fare is €10.50, or you can purchase a return ticket for €17.
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When to go to Munich?
If you are not a winter lover, don’t come in January-February, when the temperatures are well below 0. July and August are warm, but there are also thunderstorms and many rainy days. The best months are April-June and September-October.
What to see and do in Munich?
The name “Oktoberfest” is a bit misleading, as the largest beer festival in the world begins in mid-September. If you are planning a visit during this time, you cannot miss this event. Find a free space at one of the long tables, and enjoy the costume-clad waitresses that serve you huge glasses of beer.
For those who are coming in December, pack your warmest jacket and visit the charming Christmas markets. Expect to drink a lot of mulled wine, just make sure you remember where your hotel is.
For culture and art lovers, Munich offers more theatres and galleries than anywhere else in Germany, plus a world-famous orchestra and outstanding ballet company.
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This information is correct as of September 2017
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