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Currently you can fly round trip from Washington DC or Baltimore, Maryland to Munich starting at $307 and Frankfurt starting at $322 on American Airlines. Travel dates include late March to Early May. Find availability through Google Flights.
|Departure Location(s)||Washington DC (DCI), Baltimore, MD (BWI)|
|Destination(s)||Munich (MUC), Frankfurt (FRA)|
|Travel Class||Basic Economy (B)|
|Travel Dates||Late March -Early May|
|Minimum Trip Duration||1 Week|
|Miles Earned||Award Miles 1,070
|Partners to Credit to||British Airways: 25% of Miles Flown
Finnair: 25% of Miles Flwon
Korean Air: 100% of miles flown
Iberia: 25% of miles flown.
Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and is a major German center of art and culture. When exploring Munich you should always start in Marienplatz. Marienplaz is the central square in the center of Munich and has been the heart of the city since the 1100s. This is a central location that leaves you within short walking distance to many other of Munich’s main attractions such as Neues Rathaus (the new town hall), Altes Rathaus (old town hall), Viktualienmark farmers’ market, and Munich’s glockenspiel.
Munich is just a relatively short day trip from King Ludwig II’s most famous castles and palaces. From Munich you can visit Neuschwanstein Castle; this massive castle build on top of the mountain side is most famously known for being WalT Disney’s inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty’s castle.
As the largest financial center in mainland Europe, Frankfurt touts itself as the most international city in Germany. As a result, it is an extremely tourist friend destination. 1 of 3 residents are not German citizens, and a wide variety of languages are spoken. Frankfurt’s most picturesque public square is the Römerberg. Located in the center of Altstadt, Frankfurt’s old town, this town square is close to major attractions including the Old Town Hall, the Imperial Hall, the New Town Hall, and St. Leonhard’s church.
Frankfurt is also known for its many museums. Frankfurt’s Museumsufer area, is home to twelve museums total on either bank of the Main river. These museums include art, film, and architecture. Frankfurt is also the birthplace of writer Johann Goethe. His childhood home in Frankfurt has been restored to its condition when he lived there in the 1700s and is furnished with artifacts of the period.
How to Book
- Availability for this deal can be found through Google Flights. To book go to google.com/flights and fill in the applicable departure and arrival location. Once filled in click on the departure date and Google Flights will automatically fill with prices based on the length of trip selected on the bottom left of the dates window.
- Select your desired length of trip and pick your and pick your departure and return dates. Once your dates are selected, you will be able to pick your flights. Google will then show you where to book the best prices.
- Finally, book through your selected flights.
Good luck and happy traveling!
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