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Munich Airport Visitors Park photo

ABOVE: The Visitors Park at Munich International Airport is a short S-Bahn ride from the terminals. The hill in the background offers a view of the airport, and an 18-hole minigolf course is open from March to October.

Shops and services

Terminal 1 at Munich International Airport has the usual duty-free shops and snack bars, plus Global Refund desks for tax-free shopping rebates in modules A and B of the check-in area.

But the majority of shopping and eating opportunities are in München Airport Center, a mall that starts just beyond the main terminal. There, you'll find a supermarket, gourmet shops, bookstores, clothing boutiques, and other specialty retailers. München Airport Center also has eating places that range from the Airbräu microbrewery restaurant to a Burger King. You can even take a shower in the rest rooms. (Soap is available, but bring your own towel.)

The Service Center in München Airport Center is open 24 hours a day and is the place to go for baggage deposit, lost and found, and other travel-related services. A reasonably priced Internet Point is next door, or you can check your e-mail and surf the Web at the freestanding Internet terminals that are scattered (with pay phones) around the airport.

For last-minute deals on air tickets and tour packages, visit the many travel agencies and consolidators in München Airport Center's Reisemarkt.

Terminal 2, which opened in June of 2003, offers more shops and eating places near the gates in the secure transit area.

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Munich Airport
Location and layout
Shops and services
Ground transportation
Web links

Also see:
München Airport Center - shopping and travel services
Hilton Munich Airport

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