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Passengers who are traveling on a bus to Innsbruck from Munich will be able to enjoy a variety of amenities. For example, FlixBus (one of the most popular companies for this route) offers complimentary Wi-Fi for the duration of your trip, and they also have plenty of power outlets available to keep your devices fully charged. The bus seats are comfortable and can be reclined backward to allow for extra space. Luckily, passengers on buses from Munich to Innsbruck don’t have to squeeze into a middle seat because they don’t exist – you can choose to sit by the aisle or by the window. An onboard restroom is available in the back if you need to go. Passengers with restricted mobility may use the accessible seating available up front. Also, if you need help getting on or off the bus, a wheelchair lift is available.
Generally speaking, if you’re traveling on a bus to Innsbruck from Munich, then you may bring up to three items of luggage with you. This is usually divided into carry-on and checked luggage. FlixBus passengers may bring one carry-on with them free of charge. The carry-on can be up to 15 lbs in weight and 35 linear inches in size. The carry-on bag can be placed underneath your seat, in the overhead compartment, or on your lap. Passengers may also bring one item of checked luggage free of charge. This can weigh up to 44 lbs and be up to 63 linear inches in size. The checked bag is to be placed under the bus. You may also pay for one additional item of checked luggage if there is enough space under the bus.
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