Business Class to Munich

With the motto being “Minchen mag Dich” meaning “Munich Loves You” you can’t help but be swept away. Not only will you feel the love of Munich through its beautiful architecture and landscape, but you will fall in love with it as well. Munich is situated in the Upper Bavaria- north of the northern edge of the Alps. With one end being the Alps and the other morainic hills, between are waters of glacier ice. The landscape of Munich is green with numerous parks, such as one of the world’s largest urban public parks, the Englischer Garten, where one can enjoy the peaceful serenity of nature.

Munich Travel GuideMunich is well known for its many well-known composers including W.A. Mozart, Orlando di Lasso, and Max Reger, making the area culturally right in the arts. With theatres and opera houses one can enjoy the talents of modern, traditional, orchestra sounds, and more as the performers perform live on stage. Munich also is home to the Munich Kammerspiele which is the most important German language theatres in the world.

Munich is a mix of architectural beauty. Preserving their roots by reconstructing many of their prehistoric buildings, Munich is mixed with the past and the present. Rich in art and culture you will find world famous museums such as the Deutsches Museum which is one of the oldest and largest science museums in the world.

Their cuisine is that of famous soups such as the Leberknodel, and one of Munich’s finest specialties, the white sausage. Pot roasted pork is also a favorite and served with dumplings made from potatoes and white bread and cabbage. The popular desert is apple strudel which is also an American favorite.

Climate: Munich experiences warm, wet and cold climates. While summers are generally warm and wet, thunderstorms can be experienced. Due to the Alps, southerly winds crossing the Alps can bring warm Fohn conditions during any of the seasons, but will only be experienced for a few days. Rain and snow can be experienced any time of the year.

Transportation: Transportation in Munich includes public transportation including buses, train, and air, taxis, cars, bicycles, motorbikes, and shuttles.

If you are visiting Munich around September and October, be sure to attend the Oktoberfest for a fun and roller coaster thrilled festival filled with millions of people. Munich has a very special cuisine filled with taste and mouth watering spices. The Weißwurst translated into white sausage is a Munich specialty, served with pretzels and mustard. Popular deserts include Apfelstrudel, an apple strudel with vanilla sauce, Millirahmstrudel, a cream cheese strudel, and Dampfnudeln.

Munich Business Travel Tips

While visiting Munich, you will be accommodated at the Franz Josef Strauss International Airport, the second largest airport in Germany. In arriving, it would be best to rest at the Sofitel Munich Bayerpost Hotel located close to the downtown area with state of the art interior design. As a business traveler, you should also give yourself a comfort good night’s rest with business class treatment. To get the Business Class Flights to Munich, call one of our agents now and see what we can do for you.


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