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As the capital city of the Bavaria region in Germany, Munich is the third largest city in Germany. Munich is well-known for its gorgeous architecture, fine culture, and the yearly Oktoberfest beer celebration. Oktoberfest is recognized worldwide and considered to be at the forefront of many visitors' "must-do list" while in the city. Each of Munich's major breweries preside over their own massive tent filled with traditional musicians who lead the crowd in well-known drinking chants, along with hardy barmaids hoisting ten or more huge 1-liter glass beer mugs. Munich's cultural scene is second to none in Germany, with the museums even considered by some to outrank Berlin in quality. Many travelers to Munich are absolutely stunned by the quality of its architecture, as the city was heavily rebuilt after WWII. Cheap business class airfare deals to Munich available now at can make this your next dream vacation. While in Munich there are many sites to see. The city is divided into eight main districts. Getting around in the city is simple-most people take advantage of the public transportation system consisting of the Tram (streetcar), buses, S-Bahn (suburban trains) and U-Bahn (underground trains). There is only one ticket system, called MVV, which means you can use all elements of the public transport with the same ticket. This is considered the best way to travel-you will be able to visit all of the top attractions with the purchase of one ticket. Ready to book your ticket? Cheap business class flights to Munich from us are just a call or click away. One district not to be missed is the Olympic area where the 1972 Olympics were held. The Olympic site itself is extremely beautiful and the ride to the top of the Olympic Tower is incredible in its magnificent views of the city. Munich is the home to the luxury car maker BMW; a short stroll from the park is the BMW museum housed inside a futuristic building along with the BMW headquarters, which mimics the shape of four cylinder heads. Another popular district is the City Center. The City Center consists largely of the Karlsplatz-a pedestrian shopping zone that leads down to Marienplatz square and the surrounding area, which are the main tourist hangouts. The city center is usually defined as the area within the old walled city, now most distinctly recognizable by the traffic loop known as the Altstadtring. The Isarvorstadt district is the centerpiece of an area called the French quarter around Orleansplatz- a landscaped urban square arranged as a roundabout. The square is home to cafes, bars and the Staatstheater am Gartnerplatz, one of Munich's prime theatre locations. Bordering southwest to Gartnerplatzviertel is the Glockenbachviertel, which is the most vibrant part of Isarvorstadt, with bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Munich is the home to "Bavarian" food. Munich is specifically well-known for Wei?wurst-a breakfast sausage that is traditionally eaten as a late breakfast along with a Weissbier or 'white beer'. Ernest Hemingway once wrote: "You do not even go somewhere else; I tell you there's nothing like Munich. Everything else is a waste of time in Germany". Business class airline deals to Munich: travel in style and save money. Cheap business class flights to Munich found at make this remarkable city affordable to visit for pleasure or business.


Mianyang Airport

City : Mianyang
Country : China
Latitude : 31.4281
Longitude : 104.741
Timezone : 8
CountryCode: CN
continent: AS
Airport Size : medium
Airport type : airport

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