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How to get to Munich

Whether on land or in the air: there are various ways to reach Munich by public transport. An overview of how to get to the Bavarian capital.


The Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) is the main arrival for international trains from all european cities. Its good connections and schedules allow tourists to travel to/ or arrive from other major cities and european destinations. From the Hauptbanhof run all S-Bahn lines of the Public Transportation as well as some Bus/Tram and U-Bahn lines and will connect you to other dictricts in the city.



ZOB Munich, one of Germany’s most modern coach stations, offers direct access to a network of destinations throughout Germany and Europe, many served by daily departures. If you’re heading for Berlin, Hamburg, Stuttgart or Dusseldorf, check the timetable for the most convenient departure time. And if you’re planning to go somewhere further afield like Zurich, Amsterdam, Prague or Budapest, ZOB Munich is the ideal starting point for travel to these and a host of other European destinations.

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The Munich Airport is the second largest Airport in Germany and is voted as European best Airport. Its the only 5-star Airport in the western Hemisphere. From Munich Airport you can take the S-Bahn lines 1 and 8 to the City Center. There‘s also a Aiport Shuttle Bus that runs every 15 minute to the Main Train Station Hauptbahnhof.



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