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Dear Stopover Passenger Welcome to Munich Airport.

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See why Munich Airport has been voted as Europe’s Best Airport at the World Airport Awards by Skytrax for six times in the past eight years. MUC offers an unbeatable AR 0 minimum connecting time of 30 minutes; however, for DS 2 those passengers with longer connecting times, we are Best Airport in Europe pleased to present this new Stopover Guide. 2005–2008, 2010, 2011 There is so much to discover at Munich Airport, the surrounding region and Munich itself. So, take advantage of your time instead of sitting around and waiting! We developed this brochure as your personal guide, with a choice of suggestions on what to see and do, depending on the length of your stopover. We wish you a pleasant stay, exciting discoveries and fascinating impressions. And of course, our best wishes for your further journey. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Please keep in mind that passengers wishing to visit attractions located outside of Munich Airport’s security area, need the required documents. Our ground staff will be happy to provide you with the following information regarding your connecting flight. Time to be back for security check:

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Information Maps, tips and information about the airport, local transportation and the surrounding areas are provided in order to help you make the most of your stopover time.

Voucher Please review our special offers for our stopover passengers. Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Status 2013


Experience the Airport

Visitors Terrace

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Terminal 1, Terminal 2, München Airport Center MAC

Visitors Terrace

Munich Airport offers a supreme shopping experience for all passengers. More than 150 shops and service facilities provide an assortment of products ranging from casual to luxurious, from Bavarian to international, including designer labels such as Rolex, Cartier, Hermes, Bvlgari, Boss, Escada, René Lezard, Swarovski, Montblanc, Aigner and Burberry. Whether you’re shopping for souvenirs to take back home or jewelry for yourself – you will find it all at Munich Airport. Price category: - –€--Tip: for more detailed information and opening hours, please refer to the shopping guide* €€€

Dining – munich airport Terminal 1, Terminal 2, München Airport Center MAC The choice of restaurants at Munich Airport is as international as the passengers. High quality Italian restaurants, deluxe Asian cuisine, fast food or traditional Bavarian cuisine – the choice is yours. Munich Airport even offers its own brewery and a traditional beer garden. Price category: - –€---€€€ Tip: for more detailed information and opening hours, please refer to the shopping guide* €

Nightflight Bar at the Kempinski Airport Hotel

The nightflight bar in the Atrium of the Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich is well known as the meeting place for business travellers at Munich Airport. Kempinski, next to Terminal 2, Level 04 * Opening hours: daily 8 am – 1.30 am

Visitors reach the 800 sqm terrace via the Skywalk, a glass tunnel. The terrace provides a view of the eastern apron and both runways. Terminal 2, Level 07, Public Area Access: Level 05, Public Area Opening hours: daily 8 am – 10 pm Duration: approx. 1 hour Admission charge: 1 -, children under 6 years are free

Visitors Park

The Visitors Park is the ideal destination for aviation fans of every age. Come and discover all the exciting attractions that await you. Nordallee 7 S-Bahn: S1, S8 Besucherpark Opening hours: daily 9.30 am – 6 pm (March – October), daily 9.30 am – 5 pm (November – February) Duration: approx. 2 hours Admission charge: free

iPilot flight simulator

The Boeing 737NG flight simulator gives a realistic impression of the world of flying. Fly to and depart from the airport of your choice – an unforgettable landing at Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport, an approach to the Caribbean island paradise of St. Maarten or the full route across the Alps from Munich to Salzburg. All of these experiences are available at Munich Airport. Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area Opening hours: daily 10 am – 9 pm Duration: 30/60 minutes Price: 30-minute first flight experience 79 -, 60-minute all-round experience 149 -, Virtual type rating 699 -

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Wellness and Beauty

Kempinski indoor pool

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Spa – Kempinski Fit & Fly Spa

Cosmetic – Cosmetic Institute

The Spa leaves nothing to be desired: 17 x 6 m indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, whirl pool, solarium and gym. Professional physiotherapists are available on request for medical-therapeutical and wellness massages, as well as beauty treatments. Guests who would just like to take a shower and refresh are also welcome. Kempinski, next to Terminal 2, Level 03 Opening hours: Mon – Fri 7 am – 10 pm; Sat, Sun 8 am – 10 pm Duration: min. 2 hours Price: shower card 10 -, 2h Spa 20 -, Day Spa 30 -

Spa – Be relax Spa

Passengers can indulge themselves with massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and a solarium. Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Opening hours: daily 7.30 am – 9 pm Duration: approx. 15/30 minutes Price: Be relax Massage 34/46 Phone: +49 89 975-8 46 00

This oasis of calmness and relaxation is located within the Duty Free Shop. Both, men and women can enjoy services like cosmetic facial and body treatments, manicures and a wide range of wellness options for full body care. The Cosmetic Institute is an elegant beauty lounge with a pure spa-like décor waiting to pamper discerning customers. Renowned products by Sisley, La Prairie, Lancôme and Clarins complete the premium wellness-program. Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Opening hours: daily 7.15 am – 9.30 pm Duration: 30 minutes Price: Lancôme Hydrating Replenishing Treatment 45 Phone: +49 89 975-8 42 94

Barber – Brants Barber & Shop

Brants Barber & Shop is an exclusive barber, offering the following services for men only: haircut, shave and manicure. You will be indulged with American Crew products. Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area Opening hours: daily 6.30 am – 9 pm Duration: 20 minutes Price: Haircut 36 Phone: +49 89 975-9 45 60


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MUC for Kids

Playground at the Visitors Park

kids – munich airport The playground at the Visitors Park

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Here even the smallest visitors can find plenty of fun playground equipment. The trampoline and miniature steam shovels are especially popular. There’s no time to get bored. At the Visitors Park, just below the observation hill, a willow tree airplane is planted. The only fuel it needs is sunshine and water. The younger visitors can inspect this special aircraft and even play pilot. Nordallee 7 S-Bahn: S1, S8 Besucherpark Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Duration: approx. 2 hours Admission charge: free €€

There are many attractions for children, for example a corner for arts and crafts, a climbing tower with a ball basin, giant soft LEGO blocks, a children’s cinema and game consoles. München Airport Center MAC, Level 03, Public Area Opening hours: Mon – Fri 2 pm – 8 pm; Sat, Sun 11 am – 8 pm Duration: children can be supervised for a period of up to three hours Admission charge: a charge of 2 - per hour is applied only when parents place their children under the direct care of the child care staff by filling out a registration form Admission charge without direct care: free Info: it is open to all children aged 3 – 10 years

Kiddieland Kid’s Corners

Minigolf at the Visitors Park

For Munich Airport young passengers are a big priority. Numerous play corners around the airport are perfect for passing the time and having fun. München Airport Center MAC, Level 03, Public Area, near Leysieffer Terminal 1 (B,C), Level 03, Public Area Terminal 1 (C,D), Level 04, Public Area Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Terminal 2, Level 07, Visitors Terrace, Public Area Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Fare: 1 - – 1 Kiddieland token 2 - – 2 Kiddieland tokens 5 - – 7 Kiddieland tokens 10 - – 15 Kiddieland tokens

Munich Airport is now the only airport in Germany where you can put on a minigolf course. The modern 18-hole course is a pleasant diversion for families and guests of all ages at our Visitors Park. Nordallee 7 S-Bahn: S1, S8 Besucherpark Opening hours: daily 9.30 am – 6 pm Duration: 2 hours Price: 3.50 -, reduced 2 -


Domberg

Freising is the oldest town located between Regensburg in northern Bavaria and Bolzano, Italy. It has been the seat of the bishopric since 739 A.D. and is closely connected to the life of Pope Benedict XVI; not only did he study and eventually teach at the University of Theology in Freising, but was also appointed archbishop of Munich and Freising in 1977. Yet, Freising remains a typical Bavarian city: cozy and friendly with a busy marketplace. Bus: 635 Freising, Freising station

Dining – freising Weihenstephan Bräustüberl

Try a freshly tapped beer or enjoy a typical Bavarian meal at the Bräustüberl, the on-site restaurant with its famous beer garden in summer. Weihenstephaner Berg 10 Bus: 635 Freising, Freising station From Freising station Bus 638, Freising Weihenstephan Opening hours: daily 10 am – midnight Price Category: -€–€--, please refer to the voucher Tip: we recommend you to take a taxi

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The cathedral ‘St. Maria and St. Corbinian’ features the ‘Diözesanmuseum’ – the largest museum of religious art in Germany – and a world famous cathedral library. Domberg 21 Bus: 635 Freising, Freising station From Freising station approx. 15 minutes by foot Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 5 pm Duration: approx. 2.5 hours Admission charge: 6 -, reduced 4 -

Weihenstephan

The history of the oldest working brewery in the world already began in 725 A.D. when Saint Corbinian founded a monastery on ‘Nährberg Hill’. In the year 1040 A.D., the monastery succeeded in obtaining a license for brewing and selling beer, which marked the birth of the brewery. From the extensive complex, which is now called Bavarian State Brewery Weihenstephan, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the old town of Freising as well as the city of Munich, Munich Airport, the Upper Bavarian Plateau and the distant Alps. Use your time to take a walk. Alte Akademie Bus: 635 Freising, Freising station From Freising station Bus 638, Freising Weihenstephan Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Duration: approx. 1 hour Admission charge: free Tip: we recommend you to take a taxi

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New Palace Schleißheim

The lovable small town Oberschleißheim is located in the north of Munich. Oberschleißheim has a history dating back 1200 years and offers a high quality of living: the rural location, three castles with a wonderful park as well as the good connections to the city of Munich and the airport. It is also well known for the first Bavarian airport which was built in 1912. S-Bahn: S1 Oberschleißheim

Visiting – oberschleissheim Schleißheim Palace Complex

Experience a journey back to the 17th and 18th centuries by visiting the ‘Schleißheim Palace Complex’. The three palaces – the Old Palace, New Palace as well as the Lustheim Palace are all situated in a grand baroque park, which is one of the rare preserved baroque gardens in Germany. Max-Emanuel-Platz 1 S-Bahn: S1 Oberschleißheim Opening hours: Tue – Sun 9 am – 6 pm (April – September); Tue – Sun 10 am – 4 pm (October – March) Duration: approx. 1 hour per castle Admission charge: Old Castle 3 -, New Palace 4.50 -, Lustheim Palace 3.50 -, 8 - for all three castles. Children and young people under 18 are admitted free of charge.

Flugwerft Schleißheim 

Within walking distance to the three palaces you will find the ‘Flugwerft Schleißheim’, a museum located on one of the oldest aerodromes in Germany. Some 60 aircraft and helicopters are on display, as well as an exhibition illustrating the develop­m ent of aviation and space travel. A special feature is the glass restoration studio, which provides an insight into the work of restoring an aircraft. Effnerstraße 18 S-Bahn: S1 Oberschleißheim Opening hours: daily 9 am – 5 pm Duration: approx. 1.5 hours Admission charge: 6 -, reduced 3 -

Therme Erding

As you walk through Erding you see history wherever you go; especially in the Local Heritage Museum and the Open Air Museum. The ‘Schrannenplatz’ is the center of Erding. The city center has been redeveloped around it and it is a lively place where people can meet, chat and shop. Erding restaurants and pubs offer both traditional and international cuisine. Street cafes and beer gardens invite you to take a break or enjoy an evening out. Bus: 512 Erding, Erding station

Wellness – Erding Therme Erding

Therme Erding is the largest Hot Water Spa Complex in Europe. Come and discover for yourself the amazing possibilities at this unique Spa Oasis, only 15 minutes from Munich Airport. You are invited to the Tropical Spa Paradise with its very own Vitality Oasis offering spa bathing and an assortment of healing therapies in a tropical atmosphere. A healing experience with heat and water in the enormous Sauna Paradise, offers 25 different sauna & health attractions, catering to the individuals’ well being. In the Royal Day Spa you can enjoy luxurious treatments or reserve your own personal lounger. Galaxy Erding offers an ultimate water slide experience on 20 water slides in a completely new dimension. Coming soon: Wave pool and hotel! Thermenallee Bus: 512 Erding, Erding station Tip: we recommend you to take a taxi Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10 am – 11 pm; Weekends, Holidays 9 am – 11 pm Duration: min. 2 hours Admission charge: 16 € – 43 €; please refer to the voucher Info: Towels and bathrobes are available (3 €, 5 €, plus deposit); shop for swim suits in the lobby

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In Munich, old meets new, past meets present and future, the modern blends harmoniously with the traditional, bits and bytes with beer, business and leisure. The city of well over a million people is the gateway to the Alps; a hub of culture, lifestyle and sporting tradition, and yet just an hour by car or train from some of Europe’s best skiing and winter-sport regions. For the visitor, there is never a shortage of sights to see or activities to engage in.

Maximilianstraße [2]: One of the most affluent streets in Germany, where famous fashion designers and jewelers are located. Maximilianstraße, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: depends, approx. Mon – Sat 10 am – 7 pm Price Category: --Gärtnerplatz: The picturesque Gärtnerplatz district within walking distance of the city center has become a mecca for trendsetters. Creativity is everywhere, and the latest fashions beckon in the shop windows. Gärtnerplatz, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: depends, approx. Mon – Sat 10 am – 7 pm Price Category: - – ---

Shopping – Munich City Center Kaufingerstraße: One of Germany’s largest pedestrian zones with a wide range of shopping possibilities. Kaufingerstraße, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: depends, approx. Mon – Sat 10 am – 8 pm Price Category: - – --

Dining – munich city CENTER Hofbräuhaus: The most famous beerhall of the world. Munich, beer and the Hofbräuhaus already belong together for 400 years. Enjoy Bavarian traditions with the tasty Hofbräu beer and the typical specialities of the Bavarian kitchen with traditional live-music. It is a must-see for visitors as well as for locals. Platzl 9, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: daily 9 am – 11.30 pm Price Category: - – --

Fünf Höfe [1]: The shopping arcade, constructed as a network of passages and inner courtyards combines shopping possibilities, restaurants, cafes and art galleries in a modern atmosphere. Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: depends, approx. Mon – Sat 10 am – 7 pm Price Category: ---

Viktualienmarkt [3]: Munich’s oldest and most picturesque market with the greatest variety of fresh food and delicacies in the area. Viktualienmarkt, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: Mon – Sat approx. 8 am – 6 pm Price Category: - – ---

Special Tip KulturGut AG creates unique products in cooperation with the Bavarian Palace Department, which are as singular as the place they stand for, such as the Bavarian castles and palaces. The product range includes aesthetically designed silk scarves, cushions, bags, napkins, porcelain cups to name just a few. The exclusiveness and the aesthetic of the products are accompanied by a firm functionality at an affordable price level. Shop ’Residenzladen‘, Munich Residenzstraße 1, U-Bahn: Odeonsplatz Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11 am – 7 pm, Sat 11 am – 6 pm

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Visiting – Munich City CENTER Marienplatz: Most popular square in the heart of Munich. S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Duration: approx. 15 minutes Admission charge: free Rathaus: The New Town Hall with its world famous Glockenspiel is located directly at Marienplatz. Marienplatz 8, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Performance time: daily 11 am and 12 am Duration: approx. 15 minutes Admission charge: free Alter Peter: The Church of St. Peter is the oldest parish church in Munich. Rindermarkt 1, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: closed on Wednesdays, 11.30 am – 4 pm Duration: approx. 15 minutes Admission charge: free Church tower ’Alter Peter‘ [1]: The 92 meter high tower provides a perfect view over the city. Rindermarkt 1, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9 am – 6.30 pm; Sat, Sun 10 am – 6.30 pm (summer) Mon – Fri 9 am – 5.30 pm; Sat, Sun 10 am – 5.30 pm (winter) Duration: 45 minutes Admission charge: 1.50 €, reduced 1 € 1

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Frauenkirche: The Cathedral Church of Our Lady in Late Gothic Style with its two spires is the landmark of Munich. Frauenplatz 12, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: Sat – Wed 7 am – 7 pm; Thu 7 am – 8.30 pm; Fri 7 am – 6 pm Duration: approx. 30 minutes Admission charge: free Residenz [2]: The ‘Residenz’ is the former royal palace of the Bavarian Monarchs in the city center of Munich. Today it serves one of the finest decorative arts museums in Europe. Residenzstraße 1, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: daily 9 am – 6 pm (1 April – 17 October); daily 10 am – 5 pm (18 October – 31 March) Duration: approx. 2 – 4 hours Admission charge: 6 €, reduced 5 € Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum: The Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum, located in Munich’s oldest town house dating back to 1340, shows the history of the local breweries and the world-famous Oktoberfest. Sterneckerstr. 2, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: Tue – Sat 1 pm – 7 pm, beer tasting at the tavern is possible up to midnight; closed on holidays Duration: approx. 2 hours Admission charge: 4 €, reduced 2.50 €; for additional discounts please refer to the voucher

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Marienplatz and Rathaus


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Englischer Garten

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Deutsches Museum [1]: Founded in 1903 by the engineer Oskar von Miller, the Deutsches Museum is now one of the most important museums of science and technology worldwide. With a total of 73,000 sqm of exhibition space and an extensive stock of valuable original technical and scientific exhibits, it is not only one of the largest museums in the world, but also one of the most successful, attracting almost 1.4 million visitors a year. For more than 100 years it presents the technical and scientific achievements in an exciting and accessible way, whilst also reflecting the related process of social change. Museumsinsel 1, S-Bahn: Isartor Opening hours: daily 9 am – 5 pm Duration: min. 2 hours Admission charge: 8.50 €, reduced 3 €

Englischer Garten: The famous English Garden is one of the largest city parks in the world and is best known for its four beer gardens: Chinesischer Turm, Seehaus, Hirschau and Aumeister. Englischer Garten, U-Bahn: U3/U6 Giselastraße Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Duration: min. 2 hours Admission charge: free Kunstareal/Art District [2]: Around Pinakotheken and Königs­ platz the Kunstareal is evolving: Situated close to the ‘Alte and Neue Pinakothek’ and right next to the ‘Pinakothek der Moderne’ with its 4 museums under one roof featuring 4 separate collections dedicated to modern art, the graphic arts, architecture and design, the ‘Museum Brandhorst’ houses an impressive ensemble of works of modern and contemporary art. The ‘Antiken­ samm­lungen (State Antiques Collection) and Glyptothek’ in Königs­platz rank among the world’s most important museums for ancient art. Nearby the ‘Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau’ owes its reputation as a major international museum to its unique collection of works by ‘Der Blaue Reiter’. With the reopening of Lenbachhaus in early summer 2013, the opening of the ‘Staatliches Museum für Ägyptische Kunst’ (Museum for Egyptian Art) in summer 2013 and the opening of the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism planned for 2014 the scope of Kunstareal Munich will be expanded by further important topics. Barerstraße, U-Bahn: U3/U6 Universität, Tram: 27 Pinakotheken, Bus: 100 Pinakotheken Königsplatz, U-Bahn: U2 Königsplatz, Tram: 27 Karolinenplatz, Bus: 100 Königsplatz Opening hours: depends on the museum approx. Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm Duration: min. 2 hours per museum Admission charge: depends on the museum, approx. 5 € – 10 € please visit www.kunstareal.de

Münchner Stadtmuseum: The Münchner Stadtmuseum, founded in 1888, presents exhibits on the history of Munich and diverse collections dedicated to the history of civilization, providing a survey of everyday life from the middle ages to the present. ‘Typically Munich!’ – a comprehensive presentation of Munich’s history and culture, from the founding legend up to the present, is on exhibit. Exclusive highlights from the vast collections are presented in a cultural and historical context. A central theme is Munich’s evolution from a municipality, historically dominated by the royal court, towards a newly independent and self-assured city. St.-Jakobs-Platz 1, S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm Duration: approx. 2 hours Admission charge: 6 €, reduced 3 €

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Attractions in the North of Munich

Allianz Arena/ FC Bayern Erlebniswelt

Visiting – Munich City NORTH Olympiapark [1]: Four decades after the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic Park continues to be a unique site full of life. Olympic Tower, Olympic Stadium, sports attractions and the exceptional architecture make the Olympiapark a place that offers varied possibilities and attractions for everyone. Spiridon-Louis-Ring, U-Bahn: U3 Olympiazentrum Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Duration: min. 2 hours Admission charge: free BMW Welt and BMW Museum: The BMW Welt captivates every­­ one with its unmistakable futuristic architecture. It contains all BMW Group brands - BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, BMW Motorrad, Husqvarna Motorcycles and the BMW M and BMW i sub-brands. Each of this brands welcomes visitors in its own experience area. Interactive exhibits provide numerous points of contact. Just a few meters away, the BMW Museum shows the corporate, brand and product history of BMW. Over 125 of the most precious, attractive original exhibits from nine decades are on show. The BMW Museum offers a fascinating synthesis of architecture and exhibition design. Am Olympiapark 1 and 2, U-Bahn: U3 Olympiazentrum Opening hours: daily 9 am – 6 pm (BMW Welt); Tue – Sun, public holidays 10 am – 6 pm, closed on Mondays (BMW Museum) Duration: min. 2 hours Admission charge: free (BMW Welt); 9 €, family ticket 18 € (BMW Museum); for additional discounts please refer to the voucher 1

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SEA LIFE München [2]: At SEA LIFE München the visitor dives into an exciting underwater world, which starts at the Isar’s origin and reaches into the Black Sea and the depths of the ocean. About 10,000 animals of over 200 different species can be explored – from starfishes, richly colored corals, delicate sea horses, elegant jellyfishes and graceful rays to impressive sharks. As a highlight, the habitat of a tropical ocean can be passed through in an accessible underwater tunnel. Willi-Daume-Platz 1, U-Bahn: U3 Olympiapark Opening hours: daily from 10 am, please visit www.sealife.de Duration: approx. 1.5 hours Admission charge: 15.95 €, reduced 10.95 € Allianz Arena: This incredible football stadium is not just renowned as the most beautiful and futuristic sports stadium in the world, it is also a stadium for the senses. Its fascinating facade has 2760 colour changing air panels (red, white and blue) depending on which team is playing. Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, U-Bahn: U6 Fröttmaning Opening hours: daily tour in English at 1 pm, daily tours in German at 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 4.30 pm (except match-days) Duration: approx. 1 hour Admission charge: 10 €, reduced 9 € for additional discounts in combination with the FCB Erlebniswelt please refer to the voucher FC Bayern Erlebniswelt [3]: A long wait for FC Bayern München fans all over the world came to an end in summer 2012, when Germany's biggest club museum, the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt at the Allianz Arena, opened to the public. The literally ‘world of experience’ is more than an ordinary exhibition – the visitors are able to experience the fascinating mixture of information, emotion and interaction. Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, U-Bahn: U6 Fröttmaning Opening hours: daily 10 am – 6 pm (may vary on match-days), please visit www.fcb-erlebniswelt.de Duration: min. 1.5 hours Admission charge: 12 €, reduced 10 €/6 € for additional discounts in combination with the Allianz Arena tour please refer to the voucher

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BMW Welt


Travel Tips

Discover Munich with a city tour either by foot, bike, taxi or bus. There are numerous companies offering organized tours.

Currency

Gray Line Bus Tour Hop-On Hop-Off Express Circle Munich

Discover the center of Munich on a bus – perfect for travelers with limited time. Munich, Main Train Station, in front of Karstadt S-/U-Bahn: Main Train Station Departure: daily every 20 minutes from 9 am (April – October) from 10 am (November – March) Duration: approx. 1 hour Admission charge: 15 €, reduced 8 €; for additional discounts please refer to the voucher

Euro €, One Euro=100 cents; Bank notes to the value of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500; Coins of the value of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, 1 and 2 Euro are in circulation

Tipping in restaurants approx. 10 %

Emergency

Police: 110 Fire brigade and ambulance service: 112 Emergency medical service: 551771

Tip: We recommend you to take the Lufthansa Airport Bus because the arrival point is just two walking minutes away from the Hop-On Hop-Off departure point.

Freising Tourist Information Freising: Marienplatz Freising Regionalbus 635, Freising station, from Freising station approx. 15 minutes by foot Erding Tourist Information Erding: Landshuter Str. 12 Regionalbus 512, Erding station, from Erding station approx. 10 minutes by foot Tourist Office at City Hall Munich: Marienplatz 2 S-/U-Bahn: Marienplatz Tourist Office at Main Station Munich: Bahnhofsplatz 2 S-/U-Bahn: Central Train Station

Gray Line Bus Tour Hop-On Hop-Off Grand Circle Munich

Discover Munich with a comprehensive Hop-On Hop-Off tour in the open air double-decker bus. Munich, Main Train Station, in front of Karstadt S-/U-Bahn: Main Train Station Departure: daily every 60 minutes from 9 am (April – October) from 10 am (November – March) Duration: approx. 2.5 hours Admission charge: 20 €, reduced 10 €; for additional discounts please refer to the voucher

Tourist Information

Phrases to practice Where is ...? Please Thank you I don´t understand Do you speak …? How much does … cost? Good Day Goodbye

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City Tours


München Airport Center

Recreation Area

Important phone numbers at the airport

Tax refund

Flight information: +49 89 975-2 13 13 Service Center München Airport Center MAC: +49 89 975-2 13 75 Service Center Terminal 2: +49 89 975-2 28 75 Main information: +49 89 975-00 Medical Center: +49 89 975-6 33 44 Lost & Found: +49 89 975-2 13 70 Tax Free/VAT reimbursement: +49 89 975-9 29 60

Pharmacy – Metropolitan Pharmacy

They offer a wide range of pharmaceuticals and special services e.g. delivery services, travel and nutritional advice. München Airport Center MAC, Level 03, Public Area; Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area; Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Opening hours: Mon – Sun 6.30 am – 9 pm

Internet access at Munich Airport

Fast computers with broadband access. München Airport Center MAC, Level 03, Public Area, Service Center; Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area, Sevice Center Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Service charge: 5 € per hour Info: Those who bring their own laptop can benefit from WLAN (30 minutes with no fee) at Munich Airport. All standard applications are available such as e-mail, internet and file transfers

Baggage storage

Instead of carrying your luggage around, you can leave it at the Service Center. München Airport Center MAC, Level 03, Public Area, Service Center; Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area, Service Center Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Service charge: range from 3 € to 8 € per piece for up to 24 hours

Money Exchange-Reisebank

Many services to offer including foreign currencies, traveler cheques, phone cards, international cash service and VAT refunds. Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area; Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area; Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area; München Airport Center MAC, Level 03 Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7 am – 9 pm

Passengers from Non-EU countries have the opportunity to reclaim the VAT on goods purchased in Germany upon departure. Terminal 2, Level 04, Public Area (for checked luggage); Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area (for hand luggage) Opening hours: 7 am – 8 pm (Level 04); 8 am – 9 pm (Level 05)

napcabs

napcabs are bookable sleeping cabins which offer everything travelers need to relax or work: a comfortable bed, desk, air conditioning and free internet access. Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area; Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Service charge: based on time of use, minimum charge 30 €

Shower

Take a refreshing shower between your flights. Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area; München Airport Center MAC next to the Service Center (for men) and next to the parking office (for women) Opening hours: 24 h/7 d a week Service charge: 15 € including fresh towels, shower gel and shampoo

Recreation Area

Use this area for your work or to relax. It is equipped with workplaces and power connection, comfortable seats, couches and napcabs. Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area Service charge: free, except napcabs

Good to know Time Zones: Germany is six hours ahead of the US Eastern Time (US EST) and one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). www.timeconverter.com

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Bus

Freising München Airport Center MAC; Terminal 1 (A,B), Terminal 2 north side Bus No. 635 Duration: approx. 25 minutes (Freising station) Price: 2.60 € oneway Info: departs every 20 minutes; tickets can be purchased on the bus Erding München Airport Center MAC; Terminal 1 (A,B), Terminal 2 north side Bus No. 512 Duration: approx. 35 minutes (Erding station) Price: 5.80 € single-day-ticket, outer district Info: departs approx. every 40 minutes; restricted connections on Sundays; tickets can be purchased on the bus

Munich München Airport Center MAC; Terminal 1 (A,D), Terminal 2 north side Lufthansa Airport Bus Duration: approx. 40 minutes Price: 10.50 € oneway; please refer to the voucher Info: departs every 20 minutes

Taxi

The easiest way to get to your destination is by taxi. The taxi fare is calculated per taxi ride, not per person. Terminal 1, Terminal 2, München Airport Center MAC Price: Freising approx. 25 € € Oberschleißheim approx. 42 € Munich approx. 55 € € Erding approx. 31 € Therme Erding approx. 35 €


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S-Bahn

Buying tickets at the train station München Airport Center MAC; at the info counter München Airport Center MAC; at Terminal 2, Level 03, Public Area Info Trains depart approx. every 10 minutes

Tickets Oberschleißheim Single-Day-Ticket/outer district Partner-Day-Ticket/outer-district (up to 5 persons)

5.80 € 10.60 €

Tickets Munich Single-Airport-City Day Ticket Partner-Airport-City Day Ticket (up to 5 persons)

11.20 € 20.40 €


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MUC: Voucher

Airport Complimentary: 1 dessert With a minimum purchase: 15 € per person

MUC: Voucher

Munich Oktoberfest

Airport Complimentary: 1 dessert

Public Holidays: 2014

01.01.

01.01.

Epiphany

06.01.

06.01.

Good Friday Easter

29.03.

18.04.

Easter Monday

01.04.

21.04.

May Day or Labour Day

01.05.

01.05.

Ascension Day (always Thursday)

09.05.

29.05.

Whit Monday

20.05.

09.06.

Corpus Christi (always Thursday)

30.05.

19.06.

The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

15.08.

15.08.

German Unity Day

03.10.

03.10.

All Saints' Day

01.11.

01.11.

Christmas Day

25.12.

25.12.

Boxing Day

26.12.

26.12.

Events Munich:

January/February: Carnival March/April: Strong Beer Season, Spring Festival June-August: Munich International Film Festival, Tollwood Summer Festival, Schleißheim Palace Concerts, Rock Summer in the Theatron September-October: Oktoberfest November/December: Tollwood Winter Festival

Special Tip – Events The Forum of the München Airport Center, located in the heart of the airport, with its 10,000 sqm event location is said to be Europe´s largest canopied open area. From beach volleyball tournaments and music festivals to a Christmas Market – attending an event at the München Airport Center is always worth a visit. Tip: for more information, please refer to the shopping guide*

With a minimum purchase: 15 € per person

MUC: Voucher

Airport Complimentary: 1 coffee of choice With a minimum purchase: 15 € per person

MUC: Voucher

Airport Complimentary: 1 glass of organic sparkling wine With a minimum purchase: 10 € per person

MUC: Voucher

Airport

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2013 New Year’s Day

Complimentary: 2 scoops of ice cream With a minimum purchase: 10 € per person


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The incomparable Käfer-Feeling can also be enjoyed at the airport. Bavarian and Asian cuisine, coupled with an attractive wine list, invite for a quick stop.

With a minimum purchase: 50 €

Valid until 31.12.2014.

Airbräu München Airport Center, Level 03 Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area

MUC: Voucher

With a minimum purchase: 30 €

Valid until 31.12.2014.

MUC: Voucher

With a minimum purchase: 100 €

Valid until 31.12.2014.

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The offer ranges from sparkling wine to Lassi drinks, snacks, coffee and cake – everything made from 100% organic ingredients. Fruits and salads are a light and healthy alternative to fast food.

The ideal marketplace, Italian specialties like antipasti, various pizza and pasta dishes cooked a la minute. A front cooking station presents typical Mediterranean flair. Valid until 31.12.2014.

Airport Kempinski Airport Complimentary: 1 cocktail of the month at the poolbar with a Day-Ticket in the Fit & Fly Spa

Valid until 31.12.2014.

Piazza Monaco Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area

Airport Complimentary: 1 iPad or iPhone Cover

Fresh fish, as if it has come straight from the sea, accompanied by delicious side dishes and snacks and of course fish rolls to take away.

Bistro Organic Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area

Airport Discount: 10 €

Munich Airport’s hot spot with its own in-house brewery presents Bavarian specialties. The brewery in the München Airport Center offers nightly entertainment.

Bamee Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area

Airport Discount: 5€

MUC: Voucher

Airport Kempinski Airport, Nightflight BAr Complimentary: Order a dish from the menu and get a beer (0,5l) free

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Käfer Terminal 2, Level 04, Security Area


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A fantastic range of international brands (perfumes, cosmetics and accessories as well as sweets and candy, drinks and tobacco) can be found at our Duty Free stores, all at reduced duty free prices.

Complimentary: 1 original Weihenstephaner beer 0,5 l*

Valid until 31.12.2014.

Cosmetic Institute Terminal 2, Level 05, Security Area

MUC: Voucher

Enjoy services like cosmetic facial and body treatments, manicures and a wide range of wellness options for full body care. The Cosmetic Institute is an elegant beauty lounge with a pure spa-like décor waiting to pamper discerning customers. Renowned products by Sisley, La Prairie, Lancôme and Clarins complete the premium wellness-program.

MUC: Voucher

The Loft offers refreshing, unconventional and young fashions and accessories for men and women of brands such as Armani Jeans, Napapijri, Scotch & Soda, Fred Perry, Superdry and more.

MUC: Voucher

The Spa leaves nothing to be desired: 17x6m indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, whirl pool, solarium and gym. Professional physiotherapists are available on request for medical-therapeutical and wellness massage, as well as beauty treatments. Guests who would like to just take a shower and refresh are also very welcome. Kempinski Airport München, Terminalstraße Mitte 20, 85356 München, +49 89 978 20, www.kempinski.com

The nightflight bar in the Atrium of the Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich is well known as the meeting place for business travellers at Munich Airport. Kempinski Airport München, Terminalstraße Mitte 20, 85356 München, +49 89 978 20, www.kempinski.com

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher before your order. Valid until 31.12.2014.

Munich gray line bus tour

Munich Lufthansa Airport Bus Special rate: One way p.p. 5,50 R (instead of 10,50 R)

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

OLYMPIC TOWER Kempinski Airport – enjoy munich, the view Nightflight Bar

Erding THERME ERDING

Hop-On Hop-Off Express Circle Munich Special rate: 8 R (instead of 15 R)

Valid until 31.12.2014.

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Buy a 4 hours entry to the Tropical Spa Paradise and Galaxy Erding and get a free admission to Vitality Oasis

Valid until 31.12.2014.

The Loft Terminal 2, Level 04, Public Area

Freising Bräustüberl Weihenstephan

MUC: Voucher

Munich Lufthansa Airport Bus Special rate: One way p.p. 5,50 R (instead of 10,50 R)

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Duty Free / Travel Value various stores at Munich Airport


Bräustüberl Weihenstephan

MUC: Voucher

“The world‘s finest beer address!” Try a freshly tapped beer or enjoy a typical Bavarian meal at the Bräustüberl, the on-site restaurant with its famous beer garden in summer. Bräustüberl Weihenstephan, Weihenstephaner Berg 10, 85354 Freising Phone: +49 8161 1 30 04, www.braeustueberl-weihenstephan.de *with minimum purchase: 10 R

Benefit: 1 R discount on regular adult admission fee for the lift

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher before your order. Valid until 31.12.2014.

THERME ERDING – Europe´s largest Hot Water Spa Complex

MUC: Voucher

Therme Erding is the largest Hot Water Spa Complex in Europe. Come and discover the amazing variety of facilities, only 15 minutes from Munich Airport. Therme Erding, Thermenallee 1 – 5, 85435 Erding, +49 8122 2 27 00, www.therme-erding.de

MUC: Voucher

Transfer Point Main Train Station, in front of KARSTADT 1 minute from Lufthansa Airport Bus Duration: approx. 1 hour

Munich Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum Benefit: pay one entry, get one free

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

Lufthansa Airport Bus – München Airport to Munich City

Munich Allianz Arena & FCB Erlebniswelt Benefit: Combi ticket FCB Erlebniswelt & Arena Tour 17 R (instead of 19 R)

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

GrAy line Bus tour

Munich OLYMPIC TOWER

MUC: Voucher

Munich BMW Museum

Departure Airport: München Airport Center, Level 04 / Terminal 1 (A, D) / Terminal 2 Arrival Munich: Central Station Duration: approx. 1 hour Info: buses depart every 20 minutes

Lufthansa Airport Bus – München City to Munich Airport Departure munich: Central Station Arrival airport: München Airport Center, Level 04 / Terminal 1 (A, D) / Terminal 2 Duration: approx. 1 hour Info: buses depart every 20 minutes Vouchers are only valid together with a non-domestic flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

MUC: Voucher

Munich residenz­ laden Benefit: 10% reduction of all products at the museumsshop ’Residenzladen‘

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Benefit: Exhibition: 1/3 reduction

Vouchers are only valid together with a non-domestic flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.


OLYMPIC TOWER – enjoy the view At a speed of 7 meters per second you soon get nearer to heaven. The view of Munich, its surroundings and, if the weather is good, the Alps is just as unique as the Olympic tower itself. Apart from the viewing platform, the Olympic tower also offers a 360 degree revolving restaurant at a height of 181 meters. Enjoy the wonderful view over Munich and its surroundings. Olympic Tower, Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 München, +49 89 30 67 27 50, www.olympiapark.de Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

Allianz Arena –&Arena FC Bayern Tours Erlebniswelt This incredible football stadium is not just renowned as the most beautiful and futuristic sports stadium in the world, it is also a stadium for the senses. With the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt a long wait for FC Bayern München fans all over the world came to an end in summer 2012, when Germany's biggest club museum opened to the public. FC Bayern Erlebniswelt, Allianz Arena, Level 3, Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, 80939 München, +49 89 699 31 222, www.fcb-erlebniswelt.de Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

Bierund Oktoberfestmuseum Allianz Arena – Arena Tours The Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum, located in Munich´s oldest town house from 1340 shows the history of our local breweries and worlds’ famous Oktoberfest Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum, Sterneckerstr. 2, 80331 München Phone: +49 89 24 23 16 07, www.bier-und-oktoberfestmuseum.de

Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

BMW Museum The BMW Museum shows the corporate, brand and product history of BMW in a way that is both innovative and fascinating. Over 125 of the most precious, attractive original exhibits from nine decades are on show in an exhibition space covering 5,000 m2. The BMW Museum offers a fascinating synthesis of architecture, exhibition design and communication media. BMW Museum, Am Olympiapark 2, 80809 München, www.bmw-museum.com Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.

shop ’residenzladen‘ KulturGut AG creates unique products in cooperation with the Bavarian Palace Department, which are as singular as the place they stand for, such as the Bavarian castles and palaces. The product range includes aesthetically designed silk scarves, cushions, bags, napkins, porcelain cups to name but a few. The exclusiveness and the aesthetic of the products are accompanied by a firm functionality at an affordable price level. Museumsshop München Residenzladen, Residenzstraße 1, U-Bahn: Odeonsplatz Vouchers are only valid together with a flight ticket, which confirms your further journey. Please show this voucher prior to purchasing a ticket. Valid until 31.12.2014.


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Published by Munich Airport Marketing Incoming Tourism Florian Pötsch, Teresa Konrad P.O. Box 231755 D-85326 Munich Phone: +49 89 975-3 31 01 Fax: +49 89 975-3 31 06 E-Mail marketing@munich-airport.de www.munich-airport.com


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