Goethe Hotel

Goethestrasse 18, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
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Munich Airport / T2 to T1

by Dulebg

Dear friends,

I need your assistance as quick as possible.

My parents fly tomorrow 04.05. from Belgrade to Paris via Munich Airport.
Their inbound flight arrives MUC at T2 but their outbound flight to Paris departs MUC T1.

My parents do not speak German nor English.

Can you please tell how they can transfer from T2 to T1?
Is there some shuttle train/bus connecting the terminals and at what time it runs?

how much time they need to reach T1?

Thanks a lot!!!

Cheers,
Dusan

Re: Munich Airport / T2 to T1

by Kakapo2

Munich's airport is not huge. Both terminals just lead off one central area, and transfer times are minimal. Wherever they arrive at T2, it would probably not take longer than 10 minutes to transfer to their gate at T1. There are conveyor belts, no need for shuttles or trains, all is internal walking and standing on the belts.

You can get an idea how it looks on this page (on the small graph below the main picture):

http://www.munich-airport.de/media/download/general/publikationen/de/wegweiser.pdf

MAC is the centre, T 1 is to the left, T 2 to the right.

Also here:

http://www.munich-airport.de/de/consumer/plaene/Z_MAC/index.jsp

Re: Munich Airport / T2 to T1

by Dulebg

Thank you very much for such info!
Hvala mnogo :-)

Best regards,
Dusan

Travel Tips for Munich

visit Alte Pinakotek. This is...

by Tolik

visit Alte Pinakotek. This is Munich's most important art museum. Its collection is fantastic. The nearly 900 works on display in this Neoclassical building represent the greatest European artists from the 14th to the 18th century. There are numerous paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck. The Italian masters are well represented by Raphael, Titian Giotto, Botiticely…and much more…

Back on 'almost' dry land with two feet again.

by adambeau

The pedestrian Marienplatz.
Ever within sight of the onion-domed Frauenkirche, hosts treasures and entertainments in plentiful variety. Here, one of the many streets that extend out from and encircle the distant kirche offers the 'lost' traveller a compass when realizing, 'oh, those weren't policemen, and that's not even a police mini.' German-engineered...everything.

How to eat a Weißwurst

by sabsi

Probably the most local food you can try in Munich is a traditional Weißwurst. It's a white sausage that you eat for breakfast and that is served with a tasty sweet mustard. You only eat the inside of the sausage not the peel. Now how do you eat this thing? You can either peel it or do it the "a bit disgusting way" and suck it. I chose the peeling version of course. You just cut the length of the sausage and then use your knife, your fork, your fingers or your whole body to get the filling out. It works after a while and it saves you the embarrasment to sit there sucking a sausage ;)

In summertime, the 'normal'...

by einokj

In summertime, the 'normal' beer is 'mass', which equals one liter. It is good for thirst. If you think that it is too big or say that to the serving personnel (this happened to my friend), they may think that you are from Prussia or then they ask you to run couple of runs around the beergarten in order to be more thirsty :-) Funny, indeed.

Go straight to the Heart - head to Freising

by pedersdottir

A small town that calls itself the Heart of Old Bavaria, Freising is a lovely cathedral town located north of Munich at the end of the S-1 train line.

The Old Town is centered on three mountains (hills, actually) that locals refer to as the Lehrberg, Wehrberg and Naehrberg. (It will be a fun German lesson for you to ask around and find out what that means.)

Of interest to you, the visitor, is the Naehrberg.
This is the seat of Weihenstephan, an ancient and honored brewery. Enjoy the shade under the chestnut trees while resting in the Biergarten sampling local goods.
Then pause to consider carefully your answer to this academic question: "Can life get any better than this?"

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Address: Goethestrasse 18, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany