How to Arrange a Trip from Berlin to Munich

Suppose you’ve set your mind to explore Germany but you are time-constrained. Chances are that most experienced travelers would advise you to limit your journey to two German cities – Berlin and Munich. While the German capital abounds with steel and glass skyscrapers, glorious museums and theatres, hip clubs and bustling pubs, the Bavaria's state capital fascinates with its rural charm and festival-addicted atmosphere, with its beer gardens and haute cuisine.

So you’ve got these two iconic German cities – Berlin and Munich – on your itinerary. You could go from Berlin to Munich by a Deutsche Bahn train which would take you over 6 hours. But if you’re more like a time-conscious person, you could probably spend a tiny bit more to book a comfy flight that best fits your budget and schedule.

Friedensengel in Munich

There’re only a few airlines flying directly from Berlin to Munich – Air Berlin, Lufthansa and Transavia – that perform more than 15 flights per day. The distance between Berlin and Munich is 461 kilometers, so it takes an hour and 11 minutes to fly from the German capital to the Bavarian metropolis.

If you prefer the road less traveled, consider connecting flights via Frankfurt, Vienna, Dusseldorf, Zurich or Copenhagen offered by Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Airberlin, Swiss and SAS accordingly.

Cheap flights from Berlin to Munich are quite easy to find when using our special calendar. Search by month, compare prices by day – and you’ll get a great deal!

Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany, giving place only to Frankfurt in terms of passenger traffic. Public buses and trains are running between the city centre and the airport with a fare of a few euros, while a taxi ride should cost you about €25 – €30.

To make your stay in the city at the foot of the Alps even more idyllic, select from a variety of hotels in Munich in the search form below.

Munich is a fascinating travel destination that is full of amazing history and delightful German culture. Art treasures and the Oktoberfest, operas and authentic beer gardens – these are the ingredients that make Munich so popular with visitors from all over the world.

BMW-World in Munich in front of the Olympic-Tower

If you prefer museums, you’ll definitely enjoy the Deutsches Museum which is one of the oldest and best science museums in the world.

Munich caters for sports addicts as well. The Allianz Arena is a must-visit place for football fans.

Allianz Arena in Munich

Get the most out of your journey to the Bavarian capital – check out our list of top attractions in Munich!

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