Litty's Hotel

Landwehrstr 32c, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany

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    Litty's Hotel Munich

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    stay was not bad. the housekeeping is very erratic. The shared loos are clean , but the room is hardly serviced. There is no kitchen to speak of, so apart from coffee or soft drinks , you cannot order anything at the hotel.

    the breakfast provided is strictly basic.

    Unique Quality: on the plus side, its close to the main train station, and the market place is walking distance. Though its in one the noisy, busy lanes, the proximity helps.

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Flying into munich..

by Drewskie

I will be in Europe in April and we are planning on going to Munich. However, it seems that traind from Amsterdam/ Brussels/ Prague/ Berlin tak upwards of 8 hours. I am looking for a flight, but all the places i looked cost 800 dollars or so. Is there a cheaper way to fly to Munich? What would be the best Airport? Thanks.

Re: Flying into munich..

by travelfrosch

A quick scan of flycheapo.com indicates you can get budget flights to Munich from Berlin (Air Berlin) and Prague (click4sky.com). Also consider overnight trains from Amsterdam or Berlin.

Re: Flying into munich..

by HansDK

http://www.whichbudget.com/ will give you an overview of where budget airlines are flying with direct links to the airlines' websites.

Re: Flying into munich..

by leics

And www.skyscanner.net will give you cheapest fares for your dates and route from whatever European airport you begin.

European budget carriers are safe and reliable, and the fare will be considerably cheaper than the train if you book early. Check fares now using the carrier's website. If they look good, then book but cheapest fares are usually available around 6-8 weeks in advance of travel. Then they rise the nearer you get to departure. There are no last-minute cheap fares. I usually start looking around 10-12 weeks in advance.

Do check the hold baggage allowance (20kg for most, 15kg for Ryanair). Excess is very expensive indeed. Be aware of strict check-in times; a couple of minutes late and you will miss your flight with no refund.

Re: Flying into munich..

by jerry786

Check out www.airninja.com for budget airlines worldwide

Re: Flying into munich..

by abalada

Munich Airport (MUC) would be a great airport to fly into/back from Europe. It's one of the best airports in Europe.

A logical route would be
Brussels - Amsterdam - Berlin - Prague - Munich

train times/prices
Brussels - Amsterdam: 2-3 hours
Amsterdam - Berlin: 6 hours from EUR 39,00
Berlin - Prague: 5 hours from EUR 29,00
Prague - Munich: 6 hours from EUR 29,00

Brussels/Amsterdam - Munich: are in the 8 hours range. Prices start from EUR 39,00.

City center to city center you will need approx. 4 hours if you fly. Transfer to/from the airports, check-in, maybe waiting for your luggage, flight time.

Re: Flying into munich..

by leics

I'd work on taking around 6 hours city centre to city centre if you fly with hold baggage.

With budget carriers, check-in closes 40 minutes before departure....queues can be long, so you'll need to be there well beforehand. In my experience, with hold baggage, it usually takes around 45 mins to an hour from landing time to get outside the airport.

Travel Tips for Munich

Stay for more than 4 hours!...

by Michael_D

Stay for more than 4 hours! DOH! possibly my biggest travel faux pas...LOL More like my saddest memory. It was June 1972 OLYMPIC YEAR. I was on my 1st trip abroad and still in the skittish stage.I faked a European address and had an Interail pass, got off at der Hauptbahnhoff, saw the huge crowds, went into the streets MORE crowds, bought an orange/confused Swissmarks with Deutschmarks and paid $3 for it, said 'screw this' and jumnped on a train headed for Athens. I spent 3 years reading about WHAT I HAD MISSED. Subsequent trips have taught me that Munich/Bavaria are possibly the most fun laden, castle packed, mountain backdropped, food-filled destination in Europe. Simply overflowing with strudel, beer and striking blond women(how BAD is THAT?). I had 3 years to mull over my indiscretion and will never again make a snap judgement about a city again! That is NOT to say I wont make mistakes...youre talking to a guy that spent 2 months in Russia and managed to miss the Kremlin...more about that on my Moscow page;-(

There is a huge and very cheap...

by Ansgar

There is a huge and very cheap Internet-shop right at the main station - you pay DM 2,- and surf between 20 minutes and 5 houres. You can also save your unused time for later. Its name is Easy Everything

German beer!

by draguza

Germany has about a dozen classic styles of beer, some of which can be divided into several categories. "Bock" is a style of beer developed in Bavaria that was originally brewed in the late fall from the first malt and hops of the harvest. It was aged in deep caves throughout the winter and drunk in the spring. It was traditionally sold beginning on the first day of spring, which came to be known as Bock Beer Day. Bock beer season lasts for 6 weeks.

Packing List

by NineMiles

Backpack -- big enough to carry a few days of clothes, but not so big that it's a burden. We walked for miles and loved every minute of it. But you better have comfortable shoes. And in October, you'll want some warmer clothes. My wife and I had some heavy coats and gloves, but we had to buy some knit caps because the breeze was killing our ears.

'Suedfriedhof' - a cemetary at...

by Krautkopf

'Suedfriedhof' - a cemetary at the Kapuzinerstr. Many famous peoploe who have lived and died in Munich (Spitzweg, Thiersch, Liebig, etc...) are buried there. It has a very nice atmosphere in autumn and winter. In terms of german cemetaries it is quite unusual.

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