Tommy Widera

Munich, Germany

airfare cost and schedule

To travel to Munich, Germany from Wednesday April 30- Wednesday May 14 (15 days) in economy seats would cost $2,372.20. Also, there would be a possibility for an extra $50 for food, drinks to quench your thirst, and maybe headphones for the tv. Also, it would take a total of 14 hours and 30 minutes and a total distance of 5,423 miles, so make sure to bring your favorite pillow and blanket to keep you warm and cozy on your exhausting trip. There's only one layover which is at the O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Illinois.

Total: $2,422.20


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lodging

Along with Munich, Germany's stunning beauty comes with beautiful hotels. One of the glorious hotels is the Munich Mariott Hotel.

The Munich Mariott Hotel has an excellent 4 star rating and $325 pernight.(Kayak.com and Expedia.com had the same price.) 81% of the guests said the breakfast was delicious and 90% of the guests say they received great service/ room service. The Munich Marriot Hotel has air conditioning, internet, restaurant, bar and lounge, a giant swimming pool and spa, and a magnifisent veiw of the English Garden. After you take a dip in the pool after a long flight, you'll be welcomed with a spacious, luxury hotel room. The Deluxe room comes with a moster size bed, desktop, couch, flat screen tv, and a private bathroom. The Munich Mariott Hotel is the place to stay.

After adding an extra $300-$400 for food, the grand total is $6,610.


http://www.kayak.com/hotels/Munich,Germany-c14057/2014-04-30/2014-05-14/2guests

activities

Munich, Germany has great sightseeing spots that will suck you into Munich, Germany's inner beauty. These activities and attractions will want to make you stay in Munich, Germany forever.

Problems to anticipate and solutions suggested

Although traveling is fun, there are many problems that come with it. One problem is language. Many people in Germany speak Duetsch and German. After seeing the sights oDesk.com, many people offer translating from $15.56 to $30.00 per hour. However, the translators wrote in their bio that they prepare on giving high-quality service, speak english, and are German-Native. On the other hand some of the lower paying translators are Sweden-Native and are fluent in french and not so much english. Another disability you may have traveling to Germany is currency. The currency in Germany is the Euro. One Euro is $1.39 compared to the US Dollar. This trip to Germany is about a $15,000 trip, translated to Euro's, it's $20,850 Euro's! You can exchange your money to Euro's at the airport after landing. A final problem in Munich, Germany is the crime rate. The crime index in Munich, Germany is 17.57%. The crime rate has gone up 50% in the past 3 years meaning Munich may be turning into a crime city. These next data points were based off of tourists and visitors who have traveled to Munich in the past 2 years:



Being assaulted-21.59%

Car being stolen-9.09%

Property from car being stolen-11.36%

Being mugged then robbed-6.82%

Walking alone at night-85.87%


As you can see, there are quite a few problems traveling to Germany, same with any other country. I think I would still travel to Munich, Germany.



-https://www.odesk.com/o/landing/?hl=Top%20Rated%20Translators&ct=Translators&hi=3&fb=&query=translator&vt_cmp=US

-http://www.google.com/#q=german+currency+compared+to+us+dollar

-http://www.numbeo.com/crime/city_result.jsp?country=Germany&city=Munich

Conclusion/Reflection

In conclusion, I think that Munich, Germany is the place to be. It has many great activities and fun places to sightsee and luxurious hotels to stay at. You would have the time of your life in Munich, Germany

The whole entire trip to Munich, Germany is a total of $9,249.12