SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers international flights daily to Munich from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connections from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
In Munich, exclusive shopping, fashionable streets and monumental buildings co-exist with lederhosen, brass music and rustic beer halls.
What's up in Munich
and minimalistic techno at the Harry Klein Club.
You have heard about it and this is the real McCoy. Serving beer since 1810.
Vast and beautiful, one of the most famous parks of Munich - maybe even the best one.
Viktualienmarkt, near Marienplatz
The city's main produce market. The stalls sell everything needed for a picnic. If you need to relax for a while, there is a beer garden in the center under a chestnut tree. / Roberto, air purser
Pinakothek der Moderne
Barer Strasse 40
Tel. +49 89 23 80 53 60
Munich has several great museums. Pinothek Museum of Modern Art was really neat. Together with Pinakothek Alte, it comprises the so-called Art District. The collections are impressive and so is the building. We also went to see the world's largest science museum, so be prepared to spend some time here. They have some hands-on experiments, which is good if you are travelling with children. / Hans
Schneiderbräu Brewery Restaurant, just behind Marienplatz
They serve outstanding light and dark wheat beer and excellent light veal sausages, "Weißwurst," as well as other Bavarian classics. Lots of atmosphere. / Thomas