Imagine driving right up to your luxury jet, being met inside with a piping hot cup of coffee or sparkling Champagne, and taking off within minutes without the hassle, crowds, and often delays associated with schedule air travel. Plus, since you can fly non-stop between Munich and Nice on a private jet, you'll shave hours off of the travel time by avoiding a time-consuming layover. LunaJets can get you from Munich to Nice or Nice to Munich in around 90 minutes.
What is the best airport to travel between Munich and Nice?
If you are planning a trip to Nice, flying private is the easiest and quickest option.Our business aviation advisors recommend, the Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE, LFMN). Whether for business or pleasure, you will experience an ultra VIP jet charter experience to Nice with LunaJets at the best market prices.
Our team of private business aviation advisors recommend Munich Airport (MUC, EDDM) for travel to and from Munich.
Munich, Munich, Germany
MUC - EDDM
Nice-Côte d’Azur, Nice, France
NCE - LFMN
Which kind of Aircraft is available to land on Munich and Nice?
The aircraft models that can land in Munich and Nice are:
Speed: 428 kts | 793 km/h
Range: 1780 nm | 3296 km
Speed: 440 kts | 815 km/h
Range: 1800 nm | 3333 km
Speed: 269 kts | 500 km/h
Range: 1742 nm | 3226 km
Speed: 514 kts | 953 km/h
Range: 7422 nm | 13745 km
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What to do in Munich?
Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, is a popular tourist and business destination. Located near the Isar River adjacent to the Bavarian Alps, Munich is Germany's third-largest city and has a population of more than 1.5 million residents.
Munich is home to a number of important businesses, including BMW, Siemens and Linde. The city is developing into a major biotech hub and is also a major publishing centre.
Major tourist attractions in Munich include the Marienplatz, the Medieval town square where visitors gather to see the animated clock (the Glockenspiel) tell its story twice a day; Frauenkirche, the large 15th century Roman Catholic church in the heart of the city; the 910-acre English Garden with its Japanese garden as well as the Bavarian National Museum; and the BMW Museum and its collection of all of the models of sports cars, racing cars and motorcycles made by the company.
Of course, if you are visiting Munich in late September or early October, it's Oktoberfest season. During this time, the city celebrates the bounty of the season with beer and food served in 14 large beer tents. Oktoberfest, the largest beer festival in the world, draws more than six million visitors to the city each year.
Sports are an important part of Munich's culture and the city is home to Bayern Munich, Germany's most successful football team, as well as professional basketball and ice hockey teams.
Luxury accommodations in Munich
Munich offers a variety of luxury accommodations. A sampling of these includes:
Mandarin Oriental Munich
With just 48 rooms and 25 suites, Mandarian Oriental Munich is one of the smallest luxury hotels in the city. Located in the heart of Munich's Old Town, the hotel is designed in the Mandarian brand's signature Asian style and is home to the well-regarded Matsuhisa restaurant.
Hotel Bayerischer Hof
This elegant hotel, also located in Old Town, was built as a private palace. It opened as a hotel in 1841 and has been one of Munich's most luxurious accommodations ever since. The hotel is also home to the three-Michelin-star Atelier Restaurant.
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski
Just an eight-minute stroll from the Marienplatz, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski offers old-world charm with all of the modern amenities you'd expect in a luxury hotel. It's one of the few hotels in town with an indoor swimming pool.
Where to dine in Munich
No visit to Munich would be complete without sampling some of the city's fine restaurants. Food is an integral part of Bavarian culture, and the region is well known for its sausages, sauerkraut, veal dishes, and, of course, beer.
Classic french cuisine, located in the heart of Munich, le Deux Restaurant and Brasserie is an absolute must-go-to if you are looking for a romantic dinner or an exquisite business meeting.
The upscale Northern Italian Restaurant offers not only delicious food but has a mix of modern and classic interiors that will leave you speechless.
If you are feeling superb German cuisine, go to “Zum Brunnstein”. Whether you are feeling an authentic weisswurst or a cold beer, this Restaurant is the authentic German cuisine fused with tradition.
What to do in Nice
Nice makes a wonderful home base to explore the "Cote d'Azur". From Nice, it's just a short drive or train ride to the beaches at Cannes and Beaulier-Sur-Mer; the luxury restaurants, casino, and yacht harbour at Monte Carlo; and the lavender fields in and around Grasse.
However, the City of Nice has plenty of attractions of its own. The picturesque boardwalk along the "Baie des Anges" is great for people watching, sampling delicious street food, and absorbing the tempo and flavour of the city. Nice is also home to the Matisse Museum, a fascinating Old Town, and a colourful, weekly flower market.
Luxury accommodations in Nice
Nice offers a number of excellent luxury hotels.
The "grande dame" of Nice hotels, the Negresco first opened in 1913 and has played host to many of the last century's top artists, musicians, and world leaders. The hotel is located right on the Promenade and offers 100 guest rooms and 25 suites, many of which have dramatic views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Hotel Nice Beau Rivage
Located just a stone's throw away from the water, the Hotel Nice Beau Rivage is a mid-19th-century luxury villa in Nice's Old Town that's been revitalized as a luxury hotel. The Beau Rivage offers 100 guest rooms and four Seaview apartments in the building where Matisse once resided. Amenities include a private beach.
Meridien Hotel Nice
Located #1 Promenade des Anglais, across the street from the Mediterranean, the Meridien Hotel offers 318 guest rooms and 15 sea view suites as well as a rooftop swimming pool and restaurant.
Where to dine in Nice
Nicoise cuisine is Mediterranean with Italian, North African, and classic French influences. Some of the regional favourites include bouillabaisse, a delicious fish stew; salade Nicoise, a green salad topped with eggs, tuna, onions, anchovies, and tomatoes, a pizza-like tart with onions, olives, and anchovies. Of course, you'll also want to sample at least one glass of the local rose wine.
For casual dining, try one of the many cafes and eateries along the Promenade des Anglais. For more upscale dining, we suggest
The Le Chantecler, Nice merges fine dining and a 15K bottle-strong wine collection with the splendour of a grand dining room and signature dishes.
Le Louis XV
The highest-rated restaurant in Nice is the Le Louis XV by Alain Ducasse, which uses local fare whenever possible to create not-soon-forgotten dishes.
Alternatively, if it's prestigious restaurants you're looking for, Jan could be the place for you. The Michelin Star-awarded restaurant serves traditional South African dishes and is located in the up-and-coming Bohemian district of Nice Port.
Working with LunaJets
LunaJets makes it easy to charter between Nice, France, and Munich, Germany with style and efficiency. We understand that important business and personal matters can arise at any time, so we offer 24/7 service, worldwide, with no minimum notice. Plus, our Private Jet Advisor app gives you instant access to all of the information and documents you need for your flight.
To learn more about how LunaJets can transform the way you travel within Europe and beyond and to hire a private jet, contact us directly.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to visit Munich?
Munich is a city that offers all 4 stations. Besides the beautiful Christmas market and ambience, in summer there are a lot of festivities going on, not to forget the Oktoberfest in September.
What is the distance between Munich Airport (MUC) to the centre of
The airport of Munich is 30 km away from the centre. Charter any aircraft today and fly directly to Munich International Airport.
How far are Munich and Nice from each other?
Munich and Nice are about a 90-minute private flight time from each other, in air distance, the two cities of Europe are about 600 km away from each other.
When is the best time to visit Nice?
The main season to visit Nice and its beaches are in summer, although the city and its surrounding cities already start flourishing in spring throughout autumn.
What is the distance between Cote d'Azur Airport (NCE) and the city centre?
They are about 7 km away from each other, about a 15-minute drive to promenade des Anglais.