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Bavaria’s Munich International Airport (airport code MUC), officially called Franz Josef Strauss International Airport, has the distinction of being named the best airport in Europe by Skytrax. It sits a little more than 17 miles outside of Munich, and serves as a hub for Lufthansa. It’s the second most important airport in Germany, behind Frankfurt. Because of its increasing traffic, in addition to its increasing importance within Germany, a third runway is currently being planned.
A full list of the airlines serving Munich is here and you can find current departure information here and arrival information here. You’ll find terminal guides and maps here. Your shopping and dining options can be found here and a full list of all the services available at the airport is here. Those services include left luggage offices and Internet cafes. For women traveling alone who are concerned about safety, there are even special “women’s only” parking areas in all parking garages. Ground transportation options are listed here, and include train, bus and car.
More Information on Munich
Munich is Bavaria’s capital city, and the third-largest city in Germany. While most people will have heard of its world famous annual Oktoberfest celebration, the good news for travelers is that Munich is a city that deserves to be visited year-round. It is a city that Germans love, so it’s no wonder it’s popular with tourists as well. With plenty of beautiful architecture and nice museums to see, its proximity to some of Europe’s most beautiful scenic areas (both in and out of Germany) and its array of world class beers – what’s not to like about Munich? Probably only the high prices; but even penny-pinchers can have a great time in Munich.