Maria-Theresia-Str. 2a, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Transport Munich- Friedrichshafen

by oisky

Hi everybody! Can someone help me with info regarding the transport from Munich to Friedrichshafen? Next spring I will arrive to Munich and have to arrive to Friedrichshafen. Is there a bus/train or other type of transport to get there? Is there a daily transport ?And if there is, what are the price, what is the best and how long it takes? Thank you

Re: Transport Munich- Friedrichshafen

by leics

You can find times, details and fares for Munich > Friedrichshafen (Friedrichshafen Stadt)in English here:


Journey takes around 3 hours, with one change. There are a number of possible departure times per day (hourly+).

There are cheap one-way fares of 29 euro if booked online in advance, although these can soon sell out. Booking online is easy to do, but make sure you bring the same card with you as you use to pay...the inspector will want to see your card as well as the e-ticket. Otherwise, one-way fare is from 44 euro.

The online cheap advance fare booking only allows you to travel on a specific train, so make sure you allow for flight delays etc.

You also need to allow time to get from the airport to Munich Hauptbahnhof (main station). This page has information and details about transport from the airport, in English:


Re: Transport Munich- Friedrichshafen

by travelfrosch

Are you trying to get to Friedrichshafen Airport? If so, then be sure to put as your destination "Friedrichshafen Flughafen" or "FDH".

As for connection time and price, the quickest (and most expensive) connections would involve an ICE to Ulm, then changing to an IRE to Friedrichshafen (town or airport). Fare for this option is EUR 50, and travel time is approximately 2 1/2 hours. A slightly slower but less expensive option (especially if you're traveling in a group) is to take the ALX train to Lindau, then change for the IRE to Friedrichshafen. Regular fare is EUR 35.80, but if you purchase a "Quer-Durchs-Land ticket," the first person pays EUR 34, then each additional person (up to 5 total) can travel for EUR 5 each (not valid until 9AM weekdays). Travel time for this option is approximately 3 hours 20 minutes.

Travel Tips for Munich

For anybody with an interest...

by kfh1

For anybody with an interest in science and technology, the Deutsches Museum is probably not to be missed. With an exhibition area of around 55,000 sq. metres, it is the biggest technical-natural science museum in the world.

6/5/2000-7/5/2000 München


by bugulma

The main garden was laid out in 1613-1617 by Maximilian I, the pavilion in the center of the garden was built in 1623, with Diana sculpture by Hans Krmper. It was intended to be northern garden of the residence.

That huge green spot on the map!

by acemj

The English Garden is an enormous park that provides plenty of recreational and leisure activities for the locals of Munich, not to mention the fact that you can sunbathe in the buff.

I always love a city that has a great park to escape to . . . London, New York, Madrid all fall into that category, but only in Munich are you likely to see a soccer game, somebody surfing, multiple beer gardens and so much bare skin all on an afternoon stroll.

Packing List

by SirRichard

When you travel backpacking every little item you pack happens to be much heavier than you first thought, so pack carefully.
A good way of knowing if you are taking too much stuff with you when you make your luggage is theBed Test: spread all the items on a single bed (double if you pack for 2). If all the items fit on the bed size, you are taking the right amount!

Inside "Hofgartentor"

by draguza

The Hofgarten in Munich is a garden in the center of the city between the Residenz and the Englischer Garten.

The garden was built in 1613-1617 by Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria as an Italian style Renaissance garden. In the center of the garden is a pavilion for the goddess Diana, built in 1615 by Heinrich Schön the elder. A path leads from each of the eight arches. On the roof of the Diana pavilion is the replica of a sculpture of Bavaria from Hubert Gerhard, created in 1623


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