This city, known the world over for the Oktoberfest, also offers excellent museums and fantastic shopping.
Drink coffee on the Marienplatz, be entertained by the Glockenspiel on the tower of the New Town Hall. View Old Masters in the impressive Alte Pinakothek and visit the giant Deutsches Museum, dedicated to science and technology. Stroll down Munich's most famous shopping street, the Maximilianstraße. End the day in a traditional beer hall.
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Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU)
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (or simply Ljubljana Airport) is 26 km from the city centre.
Bus services connect the airport to the centre of Ljubljana or you can hire or car or take a taxi from the rank in front of the terminal building. The journey to the city centre takes around half an hour.
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Munich International Airport (MUC)
Munich International Airport is located 28.5 km north-east of the centre of Munich. Germany's second busiest airport has two terminals.
You can reach the centre of Munich from the airport by S-Bahn train or bus. In both cases journey time is around 40 minutes. If you travel by taxi or hire car, it will take you approximately half an hour to reach the city centre.
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