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Buses to Munich from Vienna depart from different stations, including Erdberg, Stadion Center, Flughafen/Airport (VIE), Hbf, Vie Airport, Belvedere, Hutteldorf, Matzleinsdorferplatz, Meidling and Mitte. Most passengers embark on their buses to Munich from Vienna at Erdberg bus station since it is the primary bus station in Vienna. You can find a cash machine, indoor waiting area, restroom, and complimentary newspapers at the station. Erdberg bus station is located 2.5 miles (4 km) from the city center. To get to the city center, you can hop on metro line U3, with the voyage taking approximately 20min. Depending on your final destination, buses to Munich from Vienna will drop you off at either ZOB Hackerbrucke, Flughafen/Airport (MUC) T2, MUC Airport TI, Munchen, Frottmaning, Flughafen/ Airport (MUC) Zentrum or Hauptbahnhof Nord. Most passengers arrive at ZOB Hackerbrucke, located about 1.9 miles (3 km) away from the city center. To get to the city center, you can use taxis or public buses. At the station, you can find restrooms, eateries, and shops. You can also find supermarkets, pharmacies, hotels, and wineries a short distance from the bus station.
FlixBus, the primary bus provider from Vienna to Munich, does not have a luggage restriction policy, however, if you have more than one suitcase you will need to pay for additional luggage. Passengers traveling by FlixBus buses from Vienna to Munich can bring one bag or suitcase that doesn't exceed 44 lbs and is not larger than 30 x 20 x 10 cm in size. You don’t have to buy a specific bus ticket from Vienna to Munich if you bring luggage on board. However, you are only allowed to bring additional luggage at a fee. The additional luggage should have a maximum weight of 44 lbs with maximum measurements of 31 x 20 x 12 inches. FlixBus expects passengers planning to travel with additional luggage to book the extra luggage in advance as space fills up fast.
There are about 21 buses operating from Vienna to Munich every day, including night buses. The first Vienna to Munich bus departs Vienna at around 12:30 a.m. and arrives in Munich at around 6:40 a.m. after a journey of approximately 6h 10min. If you have a busy schedule during the day, you can travel at night by boarding the last bus that departs Vienna at around 11:55 p.m. and arrive in Munich at around 6:30 a.m.
The Vienna to Munich route is serviced by different bus operators such as FlixBus, Karat - S, Megabus, Eurolines and BlaBlaBus (QuiBus). To avoid inconveniences while traveling with buses from Vienna to Munich, it is imperative to know that all these bus companies do not allow pets on board due to safety reasons. However, you are allowed to bring a guide and companion dogs on board. If you are traveling with a companion dog, you must submit an official medical certificate proving that their presence is required throughout the voyage. No extra fare is imposed on companion dogs.
See available tickets from Vienna to Munich for this week that start at $22 one-way. At $35 on average, one-way bus tickets from Vienna to Munich are best booked early to save more on your trip.
It takes 6h 00m to get from Vienna to Munich by bus. Check FlixBus if you need to get to your destination as quickly as possible.
Bus ticket prices from Vienna to Munich are the same no matter when you choose to book them. Prices are $35 one-way this week and should remain stable for at least the next 3 months.
FlixBus are viable options. Check times and availability for FlixBus, as it was recently the cheapest bus available traveling from Vienna to Munich from $32 round-trip.
Vienna Intl and Munich Franz Josef Strauss are 220.8 mi apart from one another. The actual distance traveled by bus depends on the route taken - roadwork or traffic often impact this and longer routes can change often. 6h 00m by bus is normal for this route.