Affordable one-way flights to Munich
Welcome to Munich
As a major center of German business and tourism, Condor offers cheap flights into Munich from major American airports such as Providence, Boston or Austin. Regular flights are available throughout the week, meaning you can travel at a time that fits around your plans and provides you with the best opportunity to enjoy this fantastic city.
Considered among the most livable cities in the world, Munich boasts a lively entertainment industry alongside a number of famous tourist attractions that make it a fantastic choice as vacation destination. Home to the world famous Oktoberfest and boasting an enviable range of museums, galleries and opera houses, a flight to Munich provides the perfect access to a combination of typical German hospitality and refined European culture. What's more, with a city park larger than New York Central Park, you can enjoy a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of Munich's center.
Upcoming flights to Munich
Once you have arrived at Munich International Airport, there are many transport options available that will deliver you to your final destination. The S-Bahn is among the most efficient modes of transport and the S1 and S8 lines will take you to anywhere in the city within 30 minutes.
A bus service from the airport is also available and is comparably priced. Transfer and limousine services are also available.
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Top Attractions in Munich
Located in Schwabing, the English Garden serves as the green heart of Munich and is extremely large. Including a number of beer gardens and an artificial wave for aspiring surfers, the park is free to enter and offers a welcome respite from the busy city centre.
Built in 1972 for the summer Olympic Games, this innovative architectural structure is a wonder to behold. Moreover, it was the home stadium for FC Bayern Munich, and today also hosts many music concerts and festivals. The surrounding Olympia Park is also a great place to unwind.
Dachau Concentration Camp
Credited as the first concentration camp created by the NSDAP, Dachau lies 16km to the north-west of the city and offers a poignant reminder of the city's Nazi history. Shocking and thought provoking, day trips are offered to visitors looking to learn more about the atrocities committed here.
The central square of the city contains a huge range of different attractions and activities. The New City Hall and Mary's Column dominate the square and the Glockenspiel is a major draw for many. After your flights to Munich take the S-Bahn directly to this historically important square.
A baroque palace, commissioned by prince Ferdinand and princess Adelaide, which was a favorite summer retreat for the Bavarian royal family. Built in 1664, the palace is open to the public, boasting hundreds of acres of idyllic parkland and containing several museums within its decorative, architectural brilliance.