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There are many attractions around the city and Bavaria, so rent a car and explore, or continue your journey to Austria or elsewhere in Germany. Many people make use of long-distance, one way rental cars from the Airport or a family sized economy car or estate for one way trips to Salzburg in Austria, or Frankfurt and Berlin in Germany.

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There are eight car rental companies to choose from at Munich Airport: Thrifty, Sixt, Hertz, Europcar, Enterprise, Budget, Avis and Buchbinder. All of the companies can be found in the car rental area, outside Hall C of Terminal 1. We search all represented Munich Car Rental Companies to to get the best deals on car rental using our comparison engine. We charge no cancellation fees, if done 24 hrs in advance. There are no hidden extra's in our prices quoted.

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Munich is the third largest city in Germany and is the capital of the State of Bavaria. The city is renowned worldwide for its famous annual beer festival named the Oktoberfest.  The Isar River cuts though the city and contains most of the attractions on its left bank.

Travelling There:

Flying is easy as the Franz-Josef-Strauss Airport connects Munich with many other European destinations. The journey to the city centre is approximately forty minutes and can be made by train or car. The city's rail links are excellent and connects to most major German and European cities. Road links within and around the city are also good and are cheaper than the rail service.

History of Munich

Over the years since Munich was first founded in the 12th century, it has grown in the reputation of being both cultural and artistic. National Socialism developed in Munich following the First World War. The city then got struck heavily during World War Two and has since had the damage repaired and had become a modern metropolis.

Sights and Attractions: What to see and do in Munich

Munich's old town (known as the Altstadt) is a popular sightseeing attraction. Stroll through it towards the beautiful square (Marienplatz) and through the lanes that contain some impressive cultural and historic features. The West end of Munich is a much more modern experience. This is the area where the Oktoberfest is held and is a great laugh for any party enthusiasts. Schwabing is home to Europe's largest park where there is plenty to do and see.


Marienplatz is the heart of Munich, the gothic Town Hall’s Glockenspiel (mechanical clock) stages an elaborate performance 3 times a day with nearly life size figures jousting and dancing! Climb to the top of the town hall for views over the city.

Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum is one of the biggest museums of its kind and covers Natural Science and Technology. The museum is set on an island in Isar River, and includes exhibits on transport, astrology, agriculture, glass-blowing, mining, printing and many more!

Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)

The gothic towers of Frauenkirche is one of Munich’s landmarks. The Church dates back to the 15th century, but was almost destroyed during World War Two – and rebuilt after 1945. Inside the church, behind the altar look out for Jan Polack’s painting of the Virgin – “The Protecting Cloak” – dating back to 1510.

Alte Pinakothek

Alte Pinakothek is one of Western Europe’s best art museums. It includes European works from Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo period, including work by Rembrandt, Rubens, Drer, Brueghel, Giotto and Cranach. Over 800 works are on display at any time, and the museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibitions throughout the year.

Pinakothek der Moderne

Pinakothek der Moderne covers art from the 19th and 20th century – including paintings, drawings, jewellery, sculpture, photography and architectural designs. Artists represented in the collection include Andy Warhol, Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci and Kandinsky.

Hofbrauhaus Beer Hall

Hofbruhaus Beer Hall is Munich’s most famous tavern – drink beer here in traditional Bavarian style. Beer is served in litre glasses, customers sit on long wooden benches, listen to the traditional Bavarian brass band, and eat pretzels!

Olympic Stadium

In 1972 Munich hosted the Olympic Games. The Olympic Stadium dominates the Munich skyline with its 960 feet tower, and tent-like roof. The Stadium stands in a 740 acre park – and is almost a town in its own right. Take the lift to the top of the tower for views over the park.

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace was the summer residence of the Bavarian Kings, and is set in a beautiful park including lakes, canals, and charming bathing pavilions. You can visit the rococo Great Hall, and the Marstallmuseum contains the royal coaches, and there is also a Porcelain Museum.

Hellabrunn Zoo

Hellabrunn Zoo is a huge park area to the south of Munich with over 5000 animals. The zoo specializes in breeding rare animals. Animals wander round in their natural habitat. The zoo can be reached by bus from the town centre.

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is set in the countryside outside Munich – but is well worth a visit. The fairy tale style castle was built by King Ludwig in the 19th century, and was the inspiration for Disney’s Cinderella’s Palace. You can take a short guided tour of the castle – visiting 15 of the rooms – look out for the wood-carvings in the King’s bedroom, which took 4 1/2 years to complete!

Driving in Munich City Centre

Driving in the city is difficult due to congestion -traffic is heavy especially during rush hour. Munich has three ring roads, the autobahn A 99, the Mittlerer Ring urban expressway and the Altstadtring, which can be used in order to avoid getting stuck in inner city traffic.

During rush hours these rings are, however, often congested too. Parking in the central districts inside the Mittlerer Ring tends to be close to impossible. Moreover, many landmarks and areas of interest  for tourists are located in the inner city which is mostly closed for car traffic. Here parking space is particularly scarce and expensive but Driving may be an option for visiting some of the attractions in suburban Munich like the Bavaria Film Studios or for making day trips to cities and lakes outside of Munich.

Because of the shortage of parking within the city center and the more central districts, it is recommended to leave the car in a park & ride car park in Munich's outskirts close to a S-Bahn station and use public transportation within the city.

Don't forget to fit your car with a green-coloured Umweltplakette (ECO Vignette). You will need it to be allowed to drive in most areas of the city (the whole area within Mittlerer Ring).
If you intend to make use of hotel accommodation in Munich, it is a good idea to reserve a hotel that provides parking. This is a way to save a lot on parking fees in the city.

Munich Franz Jozef Straus Airport and Car Rentals from Munich Airport.

From the airport it’s easy to get on your way to Salzburg in Austria or onto the E53 motorway, which runs between Munich and Plzen in the Czech Republic. If you prefer to avoid the motorway there are local roads from the airport to the city, although obviously these roads are slower. The airport is located about 10 mi (16 km) south of the city. There are 4 terminals at the airport offering all passenger amenities.

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The following companies have rental desks at Munich airport:

Thrifty, Sixt, Hertz, Europcar, Enterprise, Budget, Avis and Buchbinder.

All of the companies can be found in the car rental area, outside Hall C of Terminal 1.

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