Munich Transportation

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  • 1. Airport - Connections and Airlines

    UPDATE: Due to construction, there will be significant delays and service changes along the main S-Bahn trunk ("Stammstrecke") between Pasing and Ostbahnhof late nights and weekends through 30 June...

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  • 2. Public Transportation

    UPDATE: Due to construction, there will be significant delays and service changes along the main S-Bahn trunk ("Stammstrecke") between Pasing and Ostbahnhof late nights and weekends through 30 June...

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  • 3. By train

    UPDATE: Due to construction, service between downtown and Pasing will be limited late nights and weekends through June 30, 2014. During these times, the inbound S-3 and S-4 will terminate at Pasing,...

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  • 4. Take the bike

    Munich is a wonderful place to bicycle around (assuming the weather gods are with you). We rented our bikes for a day from Radius Bikes in the main train station Hauptbahnhof. The bikes were high...

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  • 5. By car

    Are you nervous about taking your baby or child on a plane trip? You aren't alone, most parents are nervous about it. We have moved with the kids to Alkmaar by car this holiday and drove some...

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  • 6. By foot

    The downtown area as well as the quarters around it can easily be explored by foot. Many travel guides (also some english ones) contain longer guided walks, where you follow the guide book and get...

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  • 7. ZOB (Central Bus Station)

    The long-haul coach has been gaining popularity in recent years as a means of transportation in Germany. Munich's modern Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof (ZOB) is the...

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  • 8. how to move around

    Walk/bicyclesCity center is walkable and most sites are 10-25’ away from the train station. Many locals use bicycles and have their own lines/paths but in...

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  • 9. how to go there

    Munich is the capital of Bavaria state in SE of Germany, 588km from Berlin, 792km from Hamburg, 392km from Frankfurt.By planeMunich's Franz Josef Strauss...

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  • 10. Hitchhiking from Munich

    Hitchhiking is quite easy in Germany, you can go by Nuernberg (A9 then A3 or continue to Berlin), go with U6 to Nordfriedhof and walk to the begin of Autobahn...

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  • 11. Taxis: a lot of dough to get where you want to go

    We wound up taking 2 cab rides around Munich when we were drunk and lost and running late.They were the most expensive cab rides I've ever had! Hardly worth...

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  • 12. BEER

    Once you get there just manage to have some money (euro) and be thirsty! Then, after getting to the Oktoberfest you'll be ok! Just pass out in the grass near...

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  • 13. Public transportation

    Public transportation in Munich is very well organized. There is an excellently working transportation network that brings you literally everywhere. You can...

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  • 14. Laws relsting to buses

    We learned that while in Germany, the laws are very strict about travelling inside a coach bus. You are not allowed to be standing up while in the ailes of a...

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  • 15. Getting around Munich

    Central Munich is fairly compact and the best way to see it is is by walking. There's no real need to buy any transport passes unless you plan to see sights...

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  • 16. Best buy in tickets

    When travelling around the City, try and buy a toicket which does everything and covers more than 1 person - "Partner-Tageskarte" covers 5 people ( two children...

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  • 17. Go to see the BMW Building.

    This it not a real transportation tip, this is a picture of the BMW building, not far from the Olympic stadium. It is very interesting building, it has also a...

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  • 18. Another trick to show you the...

    Another trick to show you the inner Rathaus, and most of all of it was snowing!!This building is absolutely marvellous, and the one who says this comes from...

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  • 19. More METRO

    We walked around the city and used the Metro to get to sites that were just a little to far to walk. We found Munich’s' metro system to be one of the cleanest...

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  • 20. Tickets for the public transport in Munich

    The IsarCard is the best opportunity to see as much as you like from Munich for not too much money. You can use it for the tram, metro and the bus. The card is...

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  • 21. S & U Bahns & Rail Passes in Munich

    Check the "bonuses" you receive with your rail pass. Some include the S-Bahn in Munich, but not the U-Bahn. The U-Bahn is more widespread and will take you most...

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  • 22. River rafting on the Isar - a...

    River rafting on the Isar - a romantic trip on traditional wooden rafts through the beautiful Isar valley. Riding down the Isar on a raft is a 200-year old...

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  • 23. There is every possibility, by...

    There is every possibility, by car, train or plane. From Switzerland the train is to recommend, from Zurich to Munich it only takes you about four and a half...

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  • 24. There is every possibility, by...

    There is every possibility, by car, train or plane. From Switzerland the train is to recommend, from Zurich to Munich it only takes you about four and a half...

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  • 25. Depending from where you´re...

    Depending from where you´re coming:airplane, form the airport you´ve got a bus or a s-bahn (something like the tube), which bring you directly to the main...

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Munich Transportation

Trekki's Profile Photo Updated Mar 23, 2014

Information from Mark/@travelfrosch:

Night and Weekend Travel Disruptions on Munich's S-Bahn:

Due to construction, there will be significant delays and...

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