Munich Airport Guide to Munich Airport (MUC)

Munich Airport (MUC)

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Munich Airport (MUC), also known as Flughagen Munchen, in German language, is the main international airport serving the capital city of the German Bavaria region, Munich. MUC Airport is located about 30 km from Munich city centre, a car ride takes about 30 minutes and with public transport 45 minutes approximately.


In 2016, Munich Airport (MUC) handled 42, 216, 309 passengers. Opened in 1992 it is considered for the experts a 5-star Airport and the the 3rd World’s Best Airports.

Terminals + info

Munich Airport (MUC) is located about 30 km in the north from Munich city centre, near the town of Freising. The ride to go from MUC Airport to Munich city centre takes around 30 minutes by car and 40 minutes with public transport. There are 2 passenger terminals at Munich Airport:

- Terminal 1: See full information

- Terminal 2: See full information

Transport + info

At Munich Airport (MUC) you can use the following transport options to go to Munich city centre or to other points and destinations:

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Facilities and Services + info

Munich Airport (MUC) has a wide number of services and facilities at its passenger Terminals. A part from several restaurants, cafeterias, dutty free shops, ATM’s, Currency exchange, Wifi access the airport offers many other services and facilities


Nordallee 25, 85356 München, Germany

Telephone:  +49 89 97500

About Munich

During your trip in Munich, you can visit one of the main attractions of the Bavarian capital city, the Englischer Garten is loved by tourists but also by the locals. With almost 80 kilometres of paths and over 100 bridges, there are so many different parts of this unique garden to explore. Not too far from the teahouse, you’ll find the Chinese Tower, Munich’s second largest tower. It stands at 25 metres high. Originally made of wood, the tower has been burnt several times over the years and faithfully reconstructed based on the original design from 1789. It also becomes a popular spot with its Christmas market.
For the romantics and Fairy Tail’s lovers, you have an astonishing Disney-like castle in less than 2 hours from Munich. Neuschwanstein castle is a 19th-century treasure opened to the public in 1886. It is recommended to buy the entrance ticket before you start trekking up the hill. Once there, if you want to make your experience even more unforgettable you can take a horse drawn carriage until the main door of the castle like Cindarella.
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