On business trip to Munich
Which airline to choose for flying business class to Munich?
Since Lufthansa is a German airline company, it is no surprise they serve Munich from different destinations across Europe.
If have booked business class tickets for a European flight, you have access to the lounge and you can board first. The middle seat is always kept free so that you have more personal space and can easily read a magazine or newspaper. In addition, you will even be served an extensive meal on the short flights. On long-haul routes, you can be sure that you arrive at your destination fully rested. Before you take off, relax in the Lufthansa Business Lounge and enjoy excellent onboard service. The new Business Class seats transform into a bed of almost two meters. Thanks to the design of the cabin and the seating arrangement, you can enjoy all the space during your flight.
The capital of Bavaria is widely known for its architecture, culture, and Oktoberfest. The automotive industry is one of the city's largest industries; Munich is home to car giant BMW. Technology, finance, engineering, and tourism are also important sectors. And several international conferences and events are held in Munich every year.
Munich International Airport (MUC) is located 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) northeast of the city.
The S-Bahn, the electric train network, runs to and from Munich Airport. The S1 and S8 lines both go downtown. A ride takes about 35 minutes. The S1 line runs via western Munich and the S8 via eastern Munich. You can buy the tickets at the ticket machines at the airport or at the S-Bahn station. The trains depart every 10 minutes.
The Lufthansa Express Bus runs every 15 minutes and stops in the city at the Hauptbahnhof (main station) and at the airport. A one-way ticket costs € 10.50 and the journey take about 45 minutes.
A taxi or Uber is a bit more expensive. A taxi ride costs about €70 and an Uber ride costs €75. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes.
On a working business trip in Munich? Design Offices München Nove offers a day ticket of €29 for the use of the coworking space, which includes all coworking facilities. The office is only a 10-minute walk from public transport.
For €15 at Base Co-Working, you get a flex desk, high-speed Wi-Fi, access to areas for telephone calls and kitchen facilities, facilities for printing, copying, and scanning, plus coffee and tea.
It is wonderful to explore Munich on foot under a blue sky. The ideal starting point is Odeonplatz. From this square you can quickly reach three architectural delights: The Munich Residence, Germany's largest city palace, which houses the world-famous Herkulessaal concert hall; the Theatinerkirche, a beautiful church known for its pale yellow rococo facade and finally the Feldherrnhalle, a monument in honor of the Bavarian army. Continue through the old town via Max-Joseph-Platz to Viktualienmarkt, a daily food market in the heart of Munich. Enjoy the colorful and delicious range of delicacies and end the day in a beer garden.
Marienplatz is Munich's most famous square, located in the middle of the Altstadt (Old Town). Here you will see the Neues Rathaus (new town hall) with the Rathaus-Glockenspiel, the famous mechanical chime. Every day at 11 am, 12 noon, and 5 pm the bells are rung and you can see the carousel with the figures moving. (Note: No show at 5 pm from November through February.
The 1972 Summer Olympics were held in the Olympiapark. Unlike some Olympic facilities, the Munich Games centers are still in use. This stadium was built for the 1972 Olympics. Today, with its peculiar roof construction, it is still the city's top attraction. You can enjoy an outdoor swimming pool with sunbathing area and for a unique view over the city and even the Alps, take the lift to the 290-meter high Fernsehturm.
The Alte Pinakothek is Munich's largest and oldest museum of its kind. The museum was founded by Prince Louis I in 1836, who housed all his paintings in it. Here you can admire a very important collection of masterpieces from the 14th to the 18th century. Just think of works of art by Da Vinci and Titian, but also by Albert Dührer and Rubens.
The Englisher Garten in Munich is the largest city park in Europe. It's also a lot bigger than New York's Central Park. The park was designed for military personnel in 1789, but it was soon opened to the public. The park is divided into two sections: the Hirschau and the southern section, where it is usually very busy.
The main attractions of the park are the Japanese tea house, the Chinese pagoda, and the Monopteros temple. You will also find two Biergartens, where you can enjoy a drink.
Do you like theater and/or opera? Then you've come to the right place! The Munich National Theater has a unique program on its schedule every day! The neo-classical building also has an important history for the city. Would you like to learn more about this? Then you can book a tour behind the scenes and the special parts of the theater.
Enjoy beer, pretzels, and fun at the Hofbräuhaus. Founded in 1589 by William V, Duke of Bavaria, you will find these taverns and the brand all over the world. But nothing beats the original.
Buffet Kull on Marienstraße has all the usual charms of a French bistro. It is not a buffet in the traditional sense of the word, but they serve a selection of international dishes with a French twist. An excellent three-course menu and an excellent wine list make your visit a true culinary experience.
The H2 Hotel in Munich is the ideal starting point for your city trip, your visit to the trade fair, or a business trip. Visit the sights of the Bavarian metropolis from the fair in Munich: the Oktoberfest, the Allianzarena, the Hofbräuhaus, the Victualiënmarkt, or the Alte Peter - everything is very easily accessible.
The hotel offers all facilities you could wish for during a business trip.
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