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3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Schillerstrasse 10, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
Conrad Hotel de Ville
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Public transport to my hotel from Munich Airport & City center.

by dpla

I and my wife will be arriving Munich airport 10 AM on Oct 2 (Saturday) and depart from Munich airport next day early by a 7.30 AM flight for Istanbul. We are staying at Comfort Hotel Muenchen Ost, Kronstadter Strasse 12, Munich DE 81677. Need help from all you Munich experts who may know this place as to how do we use public transport from Munich airport to reach the hotel with 2 suitcases. And it being Octfest and Saturday, we do no want to miss it and would like to be able to connect to the city center / Octfest spots from the hotel and come back in the evening. Also, do you think we would be able to connect to the airport next morning - I think we should be at the checkin counter by 5.30 AM, so think would have to leave the hotel early around 4.30 or 5 AM. What do you suggest? Is this hotel reachable with public transport or would we have to take a taxi and how much would it cost either way. Can we get a day ticket from the airport covering the hotel and city center and back to the airport the next day for us both. Our hotel is not able to give too much info except that we should take S8 and get off at Daglfing Bahnhof. Your input is really appreciated with a huge thankyou!

Re: Public transport to my hotel from Munich Airport & City center.

by abalada

MVV timetable
http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/home/index.html
From: MUC
To: Kronstadter Strasse 12
To: Theresienwiese

Buy at the airport a MVV partner day ticket for EUR 18,80. This ticket covers the trip to your hotel and from there to the Oktoberfest at Theresienwiese. And of course back. The day ticket is valid till 6am next day. Thus if you travel before 6am to the airport also this is covered.

Re: Public transport to my hotel from Munich Airport & City center.

by GrumpyDiver

First of all, you need to get from the airport to Munich. The "S-Bahn", the commuter train will take you from the airport to the city

If you take Abalada's advice and use the municipal transport website:

MVV timetable
http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/home/index.html
From: MUC

From: Flughafen
To: Kronstadter Strasse 12

And then get the details, it will tell you which tain, bus and how much walking you will have to do. Looks like your journey will take almost an hour, not including waiting times.

Re: Public transport to my hotel from Munich Airport & City center.

by dpla

Thank you Abalada & Grumpydiver - I went to the website but for some reason the the From / To portion does not seem to be working. I will try again later today.

Re: Public transport to my hotel from Munich Airport & City center.

by margsch

The Munich Airport is a long way out of Munich, about 40 mins on the s-bahn to the city centre, so a taxi would cost a lot and possibly not be any quicker. As the other posters said, look at the public transport website MVV and you can click on the symbol which will give excellent advice how to reach your hotel. These symbols are arranged after the actual train time.

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Vt people...

by husain

Met up with Mark (acemj) , Richie (richiedisc) and Hanna (tabatha).
Mark was on one of his many trips, while Richie has been working in Munich now. Spent an afternoon walking past many landmarks and streams, on this, my first day in Germany.
Hanna took me out to dinner - to a restaurant with a great view and nice food. Forgot its name as usual...

Karlstor

by chancay

The western town gate dates back to the 14th century. Since the end of the 18th century it is integrated into the "Stachus" (officially called Karlsplatz). for me it looks a bit like a LEGO building, kind of surreal here between these newer buildings.

Kaufingerstrasse - promenade...

by barcodex

Kaufingerstrasse - promenade street (not the only one, but I liked it most), full of shops and people - very vibrant atmosphere of big city. Palm trees on the street of German town (and also in this picture) - and I always thought that German is quite a northern country!

"Auf geht's beim Schichtl"

by globetrott


"Auf geht's beim Schichtl" is an expression, you might hear sometimes in Bavaria. It means "Lets go now, lets start..."

THIS is where the expression comes from :
"Schichtl" is an old traditional "illusion-theatre" shown on Oktoberfest since more than 100 years. A few years ago the gentleman in front with the lederhosn took over Schichtl and since then it is MY favorite place to go and watch mainly ( I have to admit it ) the show that is made in order to get people into the tent.
I also saw the show several times, but somehow the pre-show is the best, and you certainly should not miss it, even if you do not know enough German ( and Bavarian ) to understand the great jokes and humor.

INSIDE they will use their gouillotine with one of the customers, and it really looks frightening ( but so far everybody survived it )
Outside they say : For just 3 € we take off the whole head of a person, for the same amount you may not even get a haircut at other places...
There are also a "butterfly dancer", Miss piggy and magicians...

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Castle tour of Ludwig Luxury

by BruceDunning

Schloss Neuschwanstein is one of the most beautiful 2nd set of seven wonders of the world. King Ludwig spent the Bavarian empire into bankruptcy to build this and other castles in the proximity area. Ludwig was trying to fulfill his childhood dreams of living in fabulous palaces and being the emminent ruler king when he got control in 1864 at age 18. Neuschwanstein was build between 1869-86. It is a 5 sotry castle build in Romanesque style. Linderhof was built between 1870-78 as tribute to French monarchy reigns.

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 TOP CityLine Conrad Hotel

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Address: Schillerstrasse 10, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany