Cheap Flights from Dublin to Munich (DUB - MUC)
Flight information Dublin to Munich
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Average flight time, total distance 858 miles
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This information is correct as of June 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Munich
Aer Lingus and Lufthansa both fly direct from Dublin to Munich.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Lufthansa flights depart from terminal 1 while Aer Lingus flights leave from terminal 2. Both terminals at Dublin Airport have their own shopping and dining areas, both called The Loop. Here you'll find plenty of big brands such as Jo Malone and MAC Cosmetics alongside shops selling essentials such as souvenirs, magazines and duty free. Both terminals have an international range of places to eat and drink. Notably terminal 2 has a champagne bar, Flutes, for a pre-flight toast. In Terminal 1 you'll find The Garden Terrace restaurant which has a bit of outdoor space: perfect for warm days. Both terminals have an executive lounge. In terminal 1 it's on The Street, near the security check areas, while terminal 2's lounge is near gate 400. Access costs €19.95* and anyone (including economy passengers) can use the facilities.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Aer Lingus flights usually land at terminal 1 while Lufthansa land at terminal 2. The terminals are connected to each other by the massive MAC Centre shopping mall. The easiest way to reach the city centre is by S-bahn (suburban train). Lines S1 and S8 both go to Munich Central Station. Another option is the Lufthansa Airport Shuttle bus. Tickets on the S-bahn and bus are similarly priced. Taxis from the airport are quite expensive, so it's best to take public transport. Or, if you want to experience driving on the Autobahn for yourself, book car hire at Munich Airport.
You need a valid passport to travel between Ireland and Germany. Try to arrive no later than 90 minutes before departure.
What to expect in Munich
Munich is one hour ahead of Dublin. The weather in Munich is more extreme than Dublin, with hotter summers and colder winters. If you visit during January you can expect an average temperature of -1°C, but pop over in summer and you can expect an average of 18°C. The most popular time to visit Munich is Oktoberfest, which takes place at the end of September.
If you're planning to head over for this famous festival we recommend booking your hotel room well in advance, as hotels in Munich fill up quickly due to Oktoberfest's popularity. In terms of weather the best time to visit is spring, March until May. Prices in Munich are lower compared to Dublin, so you can enjoy our top ten things to see and do in Munich without breaking the bank.
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