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Planning to visit Munich in Germany for a holiday or city break? If so, this site can help.

visitMUNICH.co.uk provides you with all the information and web links you are likely to need, including flights to Munich from the UK, Munich hotels and accommodation options, what to see and do in Munich as well as other useful Munich guides and resources. All gathered here in one place - simple really, but hopefully useful.

 

Visit Munich - Marienplatz and Frauenkirche

 

How to Get There? Flights to Munich from the UK

Lufthansa, British Airways, easyJet and Monarch Airlines operate direct flights from various UK cities (London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Cardiff and Edinburgh) to Munich Airport.

To find the best flight deals to Munich from the UK, use flight search engines such as those from Expedia.co.uk, Skyscanner or CheapFlights.co.uk.

If you want to hire a car from Munich airport, try RentalCars.com for good deals.

 

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Where to Stay? MUNICH ACCOMMODATION - Hotels, B&Bs and Hostels

- Try Booking.com for a good selection of Munich city-centre hotels, from budget to 5-star

- Or use the search box below from HotelsCombined.com to compare prices and find the best hotel deals

 

- Hostelworld.com: Munich hostels for backpackers

 

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Why visit Munich? MUNICH SIGHTS & ATTRACTIONS - What to See & Do

Marienplatz is the Gothic heart of the Old Town and contains amongst other impressive buildings the Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall). You'll like the views from the 85m high tower.

Enjoy the picturesque town centre and sample some 1-litre beers in establishments such as the famous Hofbräuhaus. There are plenty of beer gardens as well, but if that doesn’t take your fancy, why not relax in the huge Englischer Garten park area.

For history and culture visit the Munich Residenz palace, Schloss Nymphenburg or the Münchner Stadtmuseum The Three Pinakotheks museum complex houses contemporary paintings, paintings by European Old Masters and contemporary art, architecture and design in three separate buildings. Then there’s the Deutsches Museum (a science, technology and aviation museum) and football fans may enjoy a match or stadium tour at the Allianz Arena, home of Bayern Munich.

And then there’s something called OKTOBERFEST... (which starts in September! 17th Sep. to 3rd Oct. 2016).

Lonely Planet’s list of sights and attractions in Munich provides further details on what to see and do in Munich while you are there.

Interesting day-trips from Munich include both Salzburg and Nuremberg, both around 90 minutes away by train.

 

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Extras: MORE INFO, RESOURCES & USEFUL WEBSITES for MUNICH

Munich in Bavaria is Germany’s third largest city with a population of around 1.4 million inhabitants.

For a zoomable map of Munich, click HERE.

For the latest weather forecast, see the BBC’s Munich Weather guide.

Plenty more information on Munich for visitors can be found at the official Munich Tourist Board website and also at Wikitravel’s Munich Travel Guide.

 

 

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