Flights from Birmingham to Munich

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Here you can compare cheap flights from Birmingham (BHX) to Munich (MUC) for one-way or return trips. The following offers were searched for and found on idealo during the last few days. Or start your own flight search to Munich. Prices and availability may change at any time.

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Favourite airline: Lufthansa
30 % of flights on the route Birmingham – Munich are booked with Lufthansa.
30 %
25 %
Air France
24 %
Cheapest weekday: e.g. Wednesday
The cheapest ticket prices are available for flights departing on a Monday and Wednesday.
Direct flights are more expensive
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £20.00 more expensive on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 50min
05h 40min
28h 40min
Favourite connection: via Amsterdam
On this flight route, flights with a stopover in Amsterdam are the most popular.
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
03h 45min, from £198
28 %
1 stopover Paris - Charles de Gaulle
05h 40min, from £195
27 %
Direct flights
01h 50min, from £215
24 %

Useful information about the flight from Birmingham to Munich

Charming sophisticated and uniquely Munich 

If you've ever travelled to Munich, you'll know that a high quality lifestyle is part and parcel of the city's experience. This destination has been described as being the high art, hi-tech capital of Germany, and it can't be denied, Munich reflects exceptional taste, while inspiring expansive elevation. 

When to visit Munich

If you are planning a trip to Munich in the winter, be aware that winters here are a lot colder than those in the UK, and average temperatures can drop as low as 4 degrees Celsius. The summer season is significantly warmer though and temperatures can rise up to 35 degrees Celsius. 

Oktoberfest, the world's biggest beer festival, starts on September 15 and on October 3 Germans celebrate their national holiday. The city is treated to fun and festivities in celebration of Germany's reunification. 

What to know before you go

Munich is well known for its football and beer. It's also home to more than 80 museums and a vibrant art and fashion scene adds to its appeal, making it an ideal city to visit. 

The cost of living in Munich is generally a lot cheaper than the UK and London. You'll also save money eating out in restaurants. 

Travelling to the city centre

The Lufthansa Airport bus to Munich main station takes around 45 minutes. You can catch the shuttle bus if travelling to Munich exhibition centre (Messe Munchen). The S1 or S8 city overground trains both travel to the main station or "Ostbahnhof", and taxi cabs cost around 50 euros, taking about 40 minutes to arrive in the city centre. 

Accommodation rates and options 

Munich hotels are quite expensive and cost around 100 euros a night. If on a tight budget, consider opting for a hostel. You should be able to find hostel accommodation for around 15 euros a night. If you are planning a trip during the Oktoberfest, make sure you book your hotel way in advance. Be warned though, hotel prices tend to be higher around this time. 

Inner city day travelcards cost around 6.20 euros, and can be used on trains, buses, and trams. You'll pay around 2.70 euros for a single ticket to use on public transport. Taxis are a lot cheaper in Munich than expensive London cabs.

Flight information: Birmingham - Munich

Outbound and return from £211.96
Flight duration min. 01:45
Return flight duration min. 02:05
Distance 1061 km
Flights per week 23
Departure airport Airport Birmingham (BHX)
Arrival airport Airport Munich (MUC)
Destination country Flights to Germany