The benefits of flying by private jet to Munich: faster, more efficient, and more comfortable
Discover the beauties of Munich and fly comfortably with a chartered plane
Munich is the city of art and beer: its image is inextricably linked to Oktoberfest and biergartens, but the Bavarian capital is a city with a rich past, home to cultured kings and innovative artists. The brewing tradition is thus only one aspect of the city's history (but by no means do we deny the pleasure of drinking a real Bavarian beer in a traditional brewery!).
But if you are looking for a simpler and stressless way to reach this amazing destination, this article is definitely for you!
The advantages of choosing Fast Private Jet to fly to Munich
Flying with commercial airlines is often a stressful experience: never-ending queues at the check-in, endless controls, downtime, delays and so on and so forth.
Not to mention the time spent waiting for the luggage to be delivered after disembarkation.
What's worst? You are always obliged to adapt to the airline availability, that means the possibility to layover and, eventually, reduce your stay due to the limited choice of dates for departure.
In other words: not a pleasant journey!
But choosing Fast Private Jet, we are on a way different level.
Firstly, you will decide the date and the time of departure for both the outward and the return flight. Secondly, you won't have to arrive at the airport two hours and a half before takeoff, as you will be led to the VIP area to do all the controls in a blink of an eye.
But there's not all.
You will be able to customize your flight based on your needs!
Let's see how.
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How to book a chartered flight to Munich
Now, you may think that organizing this whole trip could be stressful. But, actually, it's not difficult at all, as our team will take care of everything.
The only thing you have to do is to let us know:
- The airport from which you are leaving
- The number of passengers that will be with you (it can be just yourself, or your partner, or your colleagues)
- The services you would like to benefit from during the flight
What kind of services? Beauty treatments, on board catering services or the possibility to have luxury suites, to mention some.
But, if you would like to know more about our extras – including the transfer services – feel free to contact us at any time.
What to see in Munich (and make this trip unforgettable)
An entire district, the Kunstareal, is dedicated to museums, but galleries and collections among the most important in the world can be found in other areas as well.
From classical to contemporary art, all major art movements are on display in Munich's museums, with masterpieces by the likes of Dürer, Rubens, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Paul Klee, and Andy Wharlol. The absolute finest museums are those at the Residenz, the magnificent residence of Bavaria's royalty. Churches and historic buildings abound in the Altstadt, the centre of Munich. The central Marienplatz is dominated by the New City Hall, which draws crowds of tourists with its charming carillon, while the twin steeples of the Frauenkirche soar into the Munich sky.
But let's proceed in order.
The Altstadt area, Munich's historic centre, is the ideal starting point for exploring the fascinating Bavarian capital. You might not even leave the centre if you are staying in the city for only a few days: there are so many things to see in the Altstadt that you are sure to fill an entire weekend or more.
Start at Marienplatz, the beating heart and focal point of the Aldstadt, with its historic buildings and the spectacle of the Glockenspiel, the carillon that three times a day enchants tourists with its animated figurines. At Christmastime, when the famous market is set up, this square is simply magical.
Then visit one of the beautiful churches in downtown Munich: the Frauenkirche is easily recognizable by the twin bell towers soaring into the city sky, Asamkirche is a rococo triumph while Theatinerkirche will amaze you with its majesty.
By now you're bound to have worked up an appetite: wander around the stalls of the bustling Viktualienmarkt marketand buy the essentials for a gourmet sandwich, perhaps to accompany a frothy beer in the nearby biergarten.
You really can't pass up a blonde (or more) in Munich, universally known as the city of beer: learn more about this beverage and the festival that has made the city world-famous at the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum. Keep at least a couple of hours to visit Residenz, the sumptuous residence of Munich's royalty, with stunning, richly decorated rooms, Europe's finest Baroque theatre, and elegant gardens.
If you have time left, you can visit one of Munich's interesting museums. The most original is probably Münchner Stadtmuseumm, an innovative exhibit that takes a historical tour of the city and how its identity has changed over time.
But there's more.
The symbol of modern, hi-tech Munich is Olympiapark, the village built for the 1972 Munich Olympics. The facility was so innovative for the time that it looks like it was built only yesterday. Also, futuristic are the BMW Museum and BMW World buildings, inside which one of the most successful German brands in the world is celebrated.
Always at the forefront of new trends are the city's clubs, where you can go wild if you are looking for fun and nightlife.
When you're tired of museums and monuments, relax in one of Munich's beautiful parks (perhaps the huge Englischer Garten), dive into the historic Art Nouveau pool, or browse the city's markets. Culinary delicacies are for sale daily at the Viktualienmarkt, but for a load of excitement you must come in December to see the traditional Christmas market.
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In this article, we discussed the main reasons why you should choose Fast Private Jet to reach Munich.
So, are you ready to take off?