Cheap Flights from Paris to Munich (PARI - MUC)
Flight information Paris to Munich
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Average flight time, total distance 433 miles
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This information is correct as of June 2016
Airlines that fly from Paris to Munich
Air France, Lufthansa and Lufthansa CityLine fly direct to Munich from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Transavia fly from Orly.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From Charles de Gaulle: Lufthansa and Lufthansa CityLine both fly from terminal 1, while Air France depart from terminals 2E and 2F. Both terminals have a wide range of designer and duty free shops along with restaurants and coffee shops.
From Orly: Transavia flights depart from the south (sud) terminal. Shops in the terminal include the usual fashion, duty free and pharmacies. There's also a cigar store, a shop selling gastronomic treats from France and a creative toy shop. There are more places to eat before security, so we recommend eating before heading through to the departure lounge. There are four places to eat in the departure lounge: Paul, La Malle a Cafe, Le Meli-Melo and Bert's RCI.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Air France flights usually land at terminal 1 while Lufthansa (and Lufthansa CityLine) land at terminal 2. The terminals are separated by the MAC Centre shopping mall, so you can easily walk from one to the other. Taxis from Munich Airport to the city centre are quite expensive, but luckily the airport is well connected by public transport. The easiest way to reach downtown is using the S-bahn (suburban train) lines S1 and S8, which both go to Munich Central Station. Lufthansa also have an airport shuttle which passengers on all airlines can use. Tickets cost about the same as an S-bahn ticket. If you've always wanted to try driving on the Autobahn you might want to consider car hire at Munich Airport.
Munich and Paris are both within the Schengen Area so you don't need a passport to travel between them. You may be asked to show some photographic ID at the departure gate, so we recommend bringing your passport anyway. Try to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before your flight is set to depart.
What to expect in Munich
Munich has a cooler average climate than Paris. During summer you can expect an average temperature of 18°C but in winter it drops to a very chilly -1°C. The best time to visit Munich is during spring (March to May), as the weather is at its most pleasant. The most popular time is the end of September when Oktoberfest is in full swing. If you're planning to visit this famous festive we recommend booking your hotels in Munich as early as possible, as the best rooms can sell out up to a year in advance.
Generally speaking, prices in Munich are much lower than prices in Paris. You can expect to pay about €3.50* for a pint of draught beer and about €50* for a three-course meal for two people. There's plenty to fill your itinerary with in Bavaria's capital. If you need a little bit of inspiration, read our top ten things to see and do in Munich.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.