How to get to Munich Airport?
Franz Josef Strauss Airport is located 28 km from the city of Munich. This airport was commissioned in 1992 and received its name in honor of the former Prime Minister.
Consider how to get to Munich Airport.
From the central part of Munich, it is quite simple and easy to get to Franz Josef Airport by using one of the S1 or S8 trains. Both lines cross the city center and pass through major stations such as Marienplatz and Karlsplatz stations. Train tickets can be purchased at special slot machines for this or at the offices of Deutsche Bahn, which have red DB logos. Trains run between the city and the airport every 20-25 minutes, so they won't be long in coming, and the journey from the main station to the final stop will be exactly 45 minutes.
If you want to save both time and money, then in just 40 minutes from the main station of the city, buses Lufthansa Airport Bus depart,which deliver passengers to the airport of the first and second terminals. The cost of a ticket on such a regular bus is approximately 25 percent less than the cost of a ticket on an electric train.
Sometimes, if you stay in hotels, the shuttle service is included in the price, i.e. providing a minibus for transportation from the hotel to the airport, you can also take a private taxi. On such transport you will spend no more than 25-30 minutes. Shuttles are provided to customers of hotels for free, but a taxi will be about four times more expensive than a train ticket.