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Considered as one of the most organized, clean and punctual countries on the planet, Germany offers a wide range of culture, landscapes, history and leisure, able to compete with the best European destinations.

SATA has continued to work towards the goal of connecting the Azores to the world and bringing an increasing flow of tourists to our heavenly archipelago, obviously considering this important market. In this context, the Azorean airline has created the best conditions so that you can get to this magnificent country in a faster and cheaper way. 


SATA flies to Germany twice a week, for the cities of Munich and Frankfurt. You can access www.sata.pt and check flights to Germany and also our best prices.


Known for being one of the richest cities in Europe and an important business center, where the European Central Bank and the German Central Bank are based, Frankfurt is also stage for the world’s largest Book Fair and an important reference in literature and culture.
For art lovers, it's worth taking a stroll down the avenues, on the margins of the river Main, where the most important museums in Frankfurt on themes like history, architecture, communication, cinema and archeology can be found.
When the night falls , visit one of the typical German taverns that can be found throughout the city and taste the famous Apfelwein (apple wine). If you are looking for entertainment all night long, stop by the Sachsenhause neighborhood, full of live music bars, discos and cafes.

Frankfurt, Germany, Europe

Population  |  685 172 (2013)

Language  |  German

Currency  |  Euro €

Country  |  Germany

Area  |  248,31 km2

Time zone  |  CET (GMT+1)

Places to visit in Frankfurt :

  • Alte Oper Building in Opernplatz, one of the most famous constructions in Frankfurt, is the reconstruction of an original building completely destroyed during the war;
  • Goethe’s House, where the well-known poet and writer lived from 1749 to 1775. Decorated according to the neoclassical, baroque and rococo eighteenth century’s styles, it houses Goethe’s favorite toy: a puppet theater. Also visit near the house the museum entirely dedicated to the life and work of the writer that contains more than 120,000 books;
  • Deutsches Filmmuseum, a cinema museum that portrays the history of the cinematography industry, the Lumière Brothers and the special effects made for movies as "King Kong";
  • Judengasse Museum, where there is an Holocaust memorial and where you can learn more about the life in the town’s old Jewish ghettos;
  • Romer Square (Römerberg) is the central square of the old town surrounded by typical Germanic architecture;
  • Historiches Museum, featuring many exhibits on the history of Frankfurt and models of the city at different ages;
  • Alte Nikolaikirche, Gothic church whose origins date back to the 13th century, used by German emperors for two centuries;
  • Dom Cathedral, where medieval kings were crowned and whose tower (Frankfurt Dom Turm Öffnungszeiten) offers a wonderful panoramic view of the city;
  • Eschenheimer Tower, with 47 meters, is one of the few structures of the ancient walls surrounding Frankfurt, surviving until today. It is one of the most important historic sites;
  • Museum of Modern Art (Museum für Moderne Kunst );
  • Zeil Street, also known as "The Golden Mile", it’s the most popular and charming shopping street in Frankfurt, serving as a huge outdoor shopping center;
  • Frankfurt Flea Market that is open every Saturday from 8:00am to 2:00pm, along the river Main, selling souvenirs, accessories, clothing and crafts;
  • Archaeological Garden (Archäologischer Garten) , discovered after World War II, it has the oldest traces of the city ever found, as a Roman sauna and the foundations of a chapel.

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Grüss Gott or "God bless you"! That's how you will be received in the Bavarian capital, wherever you go. With a very cheerful population, it is natural to associate Munich to the famous Oktoberfest and to lots of beer. This charming city located in southern Germany and overlooking the Alps is not only that, but it is also that. Nowadays, Munich offers culture, sports and entertainment for all tastes.

We suggest starting by getting to know the city sitting in the historic Viktualienmarkt food market, located right in the city center, taking in its relaxed atmosphere while enjoying tasty snacks accompanied by a good drink.

Munich, Germany, Europe

Population  |  1 895 782 (2006)

Language  |  German

Currency  |  Euro €

Country  |  Germany

Area  |  310,43 km2

Time zone  |  CET (GMT+1)

Places to visit in Munich :

  • The famous German Hofbräuhaus brewery, founded in 1589, where you can taste beers of the highest quality in a typical Bavarian environment, with huge tables and wooden benches;
  • Marienplatz Square, where the Neues Hathaus building (City Hall) is located, adorned with statues of the kings of Bavaria. It’s in this square that the Glockenspiel can be appreciated, the city’s famous carillon: at 11:00am, 12:00am and 5:00pm, for 8 minutes, 43 bells perform an amazing show in which large wooden dolls characterize important moments in the city's history;
  • Deutsches Museum on the development of science and technology and considered one of the best museums in Europe;
  • Frauenkirche Church, the emblematic Gothic cathedral with two towers that can be seen from many parts of the city;
  • Neuhauser Strasse Street, exclusively pedestrian, where you can find many restaurants and street stalls offering all kinds of things to buy, from food to flowers;
  • Englischer Garten English Garden, the largest green area in the city and one of the largest urban parks in the world. Here are several activities available as hiking, biking and boating, as well as several beer gardens and parks for children. In the summer, you can find people of all ages sunbathing on the grass and even surfers and windsurfers on the river Isar;
  • Allianz Arena, home of the FC Bayern Munich and one of the most beautiful football stadiums in the world;
  • BMW Museum, an essential stop for all who are passionate about cars;
  • Residenz, Munich’s main urban palace with exhibitions of crowns , jewelry and religious items of the early kings of Bavaria. It's worth spending some time observing the Grottenhoff, an indoor garden decorated with a wonderful bronze fountain;
  • Nymphenburg Palace, in the northwest of Munich. Built in 1664, it has a magnificent structure that has to be considered one of the finest architectural works in Europe.

Among all the events that are in Munich, the Oktoberfest stands out as the biggest beer festival in the world that takes place every year, from mid-September until the first week of October. This festival is also part of a fair which gives amusement to about 6000 visitors. There are many reasons to visit the liveliest city in Germany.

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