Turkish Airlines offers 18 different flight alternatives in average every day from Munich to Tbilisi. All operated as connecting over Istanbul, the duration of these flights varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 28 hours. Istanbul Airport (IST) generally serves as the transfer point for the flights in this route; however the point of departure to Tbilisi may be Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in some flights. If you have a layover between 6 to 24 hours in your journey from Munich to Tbilisi, you may have a chance to benefit from the free sightseeing service Touristanbul, offering a chance to see instantly the city’s attractions like Historical Peninsula, Dolmabahçe Palace and Galata Tower, which should be booked in advance.
As one of the most significant destinations in Europe, Munich offers an utterly impressive atmosphere by its buildings remaining from the Medieval Age. Having been renewed following the World War II basing on its original structure, Munich ranks among the top touristic cities countrywide. Situated at the foothills of the Alps and on the bank of Isar River, the city is flooded by travellers from all over the world throughout the year. The main square Marienplatz is one of the remarkable attractions in the city with numerous historical artifacts around. While walking down this beautiful city, you may take a pleasant break at the cafés and restaurants serving local tastes, visit the giant verdant park English Garden to enjoy the nature and even swim in the lake if there is a fine weather.
There are two airports serving in Munich: Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) 15 kilometers from the center, and Memmingen Airport (FMM), located 110 kilometers from the center. Turkish Airlines flights from Munich take off from Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC).
S-Bahn suburban trains are the most preferred means of transport for reaching the airport from Munich city center. Operating to the airport with lines S1 and S8, these trains depart from the Central station. Although these two lines head towards different routes, the last stop of both is the airport. Besides, the line S1 makes departure at Neufahrn station and front wagons head towards Freising whereas back wagons reach the airport. You may reach the airport within nearly 40 minutes, taking into account these two different routes of S1 line. It is also possible to reach the airport via the cabs serving 7/24 in the city.
Georgia’s capital Tbilisi shines out by its unique culture, streets bearing the traces of the Soviet period, gourmet tastes and ceaseless city life. In addition to the Kura River dividing the city into two and the pretty bridges, Narikala Fortress enthralling by the view of Old District region from the top are the most crowd-pulling attractions in the city. The statue of Kartlis Deda standing still with all its glory at Sololaki Hill which can be reached by cable car simply represents the importance city attaches to culture and art. As the favorite of the tourists by its gold plating architecture, St. Trinity Cathedral, together with Meteki Bridge, Sulphur Baths and the wonderful Botanic Park are other attention-grabbing spots to be seen definitely during a visit to Tbilisi.
Tbilisi Airport (TBS), is located 17 kilometers to the center. Passengers with a flight ticket to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines land at this airport.
Tbilisi Airport (TBS) offers a couple of alternatives for reaching the center, including the buses, trains and cabs. The bus lines numbered 37 and 137 departing on the way out the terminal operate in every 15 minutes and reach the center within nearly an hour, following the route Samgori, Avlabari, Liberty Square, Rustaveli, Republic Square and Tamar Bridge.
It is also possible to reach anywhere in the city by the cabs serving 7/24 in the airport. Moreover, you may also get on the trains operating to the Main Railway Station. However, note that, the trains serve from 08.45 to 18.05 every day.