Trains are 210% more expensive in Munich than in Athens.
A meal in Munich costs roughly the same as in Athens.
Taxis are 30% more expensive in Munich than in Athens.
Coffee is 10% more expensive in Munich than in Athens.
Greek capital, Athens, is one of the oldest cities in the world and is known for its monuments and archaeological sites. It is served by Athens International Airport, which is the largest and busiest Greek airport. The airport has two parallel runways and has been constructed with future traffic in mind.
To get from Athens to Munich, catch a flight from Athens International Airport, which is a modern and well-equipped airport that serves destinations across the globe. The airport has been operational since 2000, and currently has two terminals. It is also the 30th busiest in the European Union.
All Athens to Munich flights depart from Athens International Airport, which is easily accessible from Athens city center. Syntagma Square, which is the heart of the city, is served by Syntagma metro station. At this station, locate Line 3 of Athens Metro (blue line) and get off at the Airport Station. An alternative is to take the Proastiakos suburban train. X93, X95, X96 and X97 are the bus routes that connect the airport with various neighborhoods of Athens. Taxis and limousines are easily available across Athens, but mass transit is more cost efficient and convenient. Moreover, it is more environmentally-friendly to take a bus or train.
Munich is the largest city of Bavaria, a German state. It is a major center of German culture and history, and its buildings bear testimony to its history. Begin your journey at the Deutsches Museum, which is known for its collections of botanical, anthropological and paleontological items. The Munich Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the most important orchestras in Germany, and it is always a great place to attend a classical music performance. Munich is also famous for its many beer gardens, and no trip to the city is complete without trying some of its dark beers. Spend the rest of your time discovering the various markets and shopping centers of this great German city.
Flights from Athens to Munich may land at Munich International Airport. This airport is officially known as Franz Josef Strauss International Airport and is around 30 kilometers from Munich city center. Train routes S8 and S1 connect the airport to East and West Munich respectively. Both the trains also pass the city center, where you can get down. Lufthansa Airport Bus is another option to reach the central railway station and this journey takes nearly 35 minutes. If you wish to hail a taxi, be prepared to spend a tidy sum, as taxi fares tend to be expensive in Germany.