Book flights from Catania (CTA) to Munich (MUC)
Flying from Catania
Once your visit is over, flights from Catania depart from the Catania–Fontanarossa Airport (CTA) – also known as the Catania-Vincenzo Bellini Airport, named for the opera composer Vincenzo Bellini. The airport lies approximately 4.3 kilometers southwest of the city and serves as the main gateway to Sicily’s eastern coast.
Catania–Fontanarossa Airport Information
Within Catania–Fontanarossa Airport you will find several stores and restaurants, a business center, a post office and money exchange desk, facilities for the disabled, car rental desks, and information on local hotels in Catania. A bank and ATM are also available. Special services include a VIP lounge, Friendship Room, and nursing areas in the ladies’ restrooms.
Getting to the Airport in Catania
A taxi to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport can be hired through your hotel and will collect you from your hotel or at another convenient location. You can also catch an AMT Alibus to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport. The bus picks up passengers at Catania city center and the train station roughly every 20 minutes. The train to Catania–Fontanarossa Airport collects passengers at several points throughout the city. Inquire at your hotel or the train station for a complete list of stops and a timetable.
Arriving in Munich
Find flight deals to Munich with airberlin and experience a city that welcomes the future while still remembering its past. Walk the streets among iconic historical buildings and charming local shops to get a taste of the city’s inviting atmosphere.
First Time in Munich
Bicycle tours are a great way to get a feel for the city the first time you travel to Munich. Ride through winding medieval streets and sunny plazas, and admire the architecture that has stood there for centuries. Take a break along the way for refreshments at one of the cafes or beer gardens.
Many tourists book tickets to Munich to take part in Oktoberfest, the annual beer festival that runs between September and October. Oktoberfest offers carnival rides, ceremonial parades, and of course plenty of local brews to sample.
Making the Most of Your Munich Holiday
A city at the foot of the Alps, Munich is prone to rainfall and colder winters. The city stays cool from December through March, but will only see snowfall for a couple of weeks. Plan your flights to Munich between May and September to take advantage of the warmest months. You are likely to find cheap hotels in Munich in early spring.