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Herrsching has the distinct advantage of being accessible by Munich's public transportation system. The suburban commuter railway, or S-Bahn, connects you to downtown Munich. In fact, Herrsching is the last stop on the S-8 line. A trip to or from the city takes 40-45 minutes, with trains departing every 20-40 minutes.
If you are traveling to Herrsching from outside Munich, you can save time by using your transportation options smartly. For example, if you are arriving at Munich Airport and want to go to Herrsching, you can either take the S-1 from the airport, changing at Laim for the S-8 to Herrsching, or take the S-8 from the airport all the way to Herrsching. If you are arriving by train from the west, get off at Munich-Pasing station to change for the S-8 instead of staying on until the Hauptbahnhof (this could save you up to 40 minutes on your trip).
Prices: a 1-way ticket from Munich to or from Herrsching costs EUR 10 (or EUR 9.60 using a "stripe ticket" or other "non-cash" option). But normally, your best deal is to purchase a "Tageskarte Gesamtnetz," valid for the entire day on the whole Munich public transport system. A "single" day card costs EUR 10.80, while a "partner" day card (valid for up to 5 people) costs EUR 19.60. The "Bayern Ticket" (valid on all local trains throughout Bavaria as well as the entire Munich transport system) also works on the S-Bahn; this ticket costs EUR 21 for a "single" ticket and EUR 29 for a "partner" ticket (EUR 2 surcharge if you purchase it at a ticket counter as opposed to a machine). Eurail, Selectpasses, and German Rail passes are also valid for the S-Bahn, but not U-Bahn, trams, or buses.
Updated Jan 25, 2011
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IF YOU CAME DOWN THE WAY FROM ANDECHS BY FEET OR WITH YOUR BIKE , THE WAY DOWN TROUG THE FOREST TO HERRSCHING IS VERY DABNGEROUS IF YOU HAVE DRUNKEN TO MUCH BEER
Updated Apr 4, 2011