Underground is recommended for those with extended stays. Short term includes up to a week, while long term goes up to thirty days at a time. For those who need longer stays, the vacation lot is located farthest from the terminal but offers the lowest fares.
Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Euro-car are the available rental car companies. The rental agency is located in the central connecting area of the terminals. Pickup of rental cars is in the lot between the two terminals.
Taxi Zentrale Freising is the contracted taxi company. All taxi drivers are obliged to take passengers to destinations within certain mileage further than predetermined zones are not obligatory and are at each driver’s discretion. The airport asks that you only use airports in the taxi rank for your safety.
The S-Bahn is the local railway system. Lines S-1 and S-8 are connected to the heart of the city and a one-way trip runs about 45 minutes. MVV Bus is the local public transit system that takes passengers to Freising, where they can connect with trains, cabs and livery services.
Flying In Style With Munich International Airport
Munich International Airport (also known as Franz Josef Strauss International Airport) is located roughly fifteen miles outside of the capital city of Bavaria, Germany. It is one of the three busiest airports in Germany and holds the title as being one of the top ten busiest airports in all of Europe. The airport spans more than 1000 acres of land, and holds three main terminals. The terminals see more than 35 million passengers annually on more than thirty-five airlines, including Delta and JetBlue Airways Airlines. It is also home to Air Dolomiti, the largest foreign cargo carrier of Germany. There are two terminals, each with a main runway, and both terminals are fully capable for emergency services, including landings of an Airbus A-380.
MUC Airport Terminals
Like most other airports, Munich International Airport offers free wireless Internet. Comfort stations are spacious, clean and well maintained. There are many gift shops, including Capi Electronics, Esprit Home and Candles, and Lloyds. Airbrau is a wonderful little bakery (get a free slice of cake with a €25 purchase!) There is also a subway. Newspaper stands are located throughout each terminal. There is a small bank in the connecting section of the terminal and it does offer some currency exchanges. There are also plenty of duty free shops available. Munich International Airport is located on the A 92 Munich-Deggendorf Autobahn and uses flight code MUC.
Hotels near MUC
Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich, located less than four miles from the airport, is one of the finest hotels in the area. It offers reasonable rates, a fitness area, and shuttle services to the airport. For those who need more budget friendly accommodations, NH München Airport offers an average nightly stay for $65 USD, offers breakfast, turndown service and shuttling to the airport.