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Munich (MUC)
Fri 6/24
Sat 7/2
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The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
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FlixTrain
Direct
4h 27m
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Direct
4h 37m
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4h 27m
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4h 27m
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Munich train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Munich

ROUND-TRIP FROM

$25

ONE-WAY FROM

$9

POPULAR STATION

Munich Munich

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

FlixTrain
The cheapest round-trip train ticket to Munich is from Frankfurt am Main, starting at $25. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Munich is from Frankfurt am Main, starting at $9. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Munich Munich is one of the most popular stations in Munich
FlixTrain, Deutsche Bahn, and ÖBB also service this route

Book round-trip train tickets to Munich

Below are the quickest and cheapest round-trip train tickets to Munich that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
FlixTrain
Jul 1
11:30 amFrankfurt am Main Südbahnhof
4h 37m
4:07 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
Jul 4
3:48 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
4h 29m
8:17 amFrankfurt am Main Südbahnhof
ÖBB
Aug 26
4:40 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 47m
6:27 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
Aug 27
10:27 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
1h 48m
12:15 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
Aug 25
3:17 amInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 45m
5:02 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
Aug 27
10:27 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
1h 48m
12:15 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
Aug 23
6:40 amInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 46m
8:26 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
Aug 27
10:27 amMunich Hauptbahnhof
1h 48m
12:15 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
Aug 24
10:40 amInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 47m
12:27 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
Aug 26
3:23 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
2h 59m
6:22 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
Aug 23
12:40 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 47m
2:27 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
Aug 26
3:23 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
2h 59m
6:22 pmInnsbruck Hauptbahnhof

Book one-way train tickets to Munich

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Munich found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
FlixTrain
Jun 29
11:30 amFrankfurt am Main Südbahnhof
4h 27m
3:57 pmMunich München-Pasing
FlixTrain
Jul 9
11:30 amFrankfurt am Main Südbahnhof
4h 37m
4:07 pmMunich Hauptbahnhof
FlixTrain
Jul 9
11:30 amFrankfurt am Main Südbahnhof
4h 27m
3:57 pmMunich München-Pasing

FAQs for booking trains to Munich

Long distance trains to Munich will arrive at one of the two major stations, Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) or Munich East (Ost). Arriving at Munich Central Station, you will already be conveniently in the city center. To get to Marienplatz square in the middle of Old Town, you can either walk or ride the S-Bahn train two stops and be there in only a few minutes. Munich Central Station is the main hub for the city’s public transit system, like the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, trams, and buses, so you will be easily able to get to any part of the city or surrounding areas. Munich trains arriving at East Station are also very close to the city center, just on the other side of the Isar River. This is also a short distance that is comfortable to walk. However, if you prefer to take a train ride, the S-Bahn will take you there.

No matter which station your Munich train arrives at, you’ll be just a short walk away from Marienplatz, the world-famous center of the city and home to the church of St. Peter and Old City Hall. Because of its central location, it is a perfect starting point for sightseeing around the city. Just north of the stations is English Garden, a large public park in the heart of the city. Its rolling hills and open landscape provide the perfect backdrop to spend the day. You can get a taste of some German beer at the Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm, one of the most popular in the city. Foodies can try some German food at Viktualienmarkt, Munich’s largest market. Here you will find a large variety of produce, bakers, food vendors, and a beer garden. Odeonsplatz is an Italian-style square with a baroque church and several famous landmarks nearby, like the Residenz Palace and the Royal Garden. Car fanatics can visit the BMW World museum and exhibition hall just north of the main city center.

Munich train stations are comfortable and have a variety of shops and services. At Munich Central Station, you will find an ATM, public restrooms, and a tourist information desk. There are luggage storage lockers available and free Wi-Fi within the station. You will find several types of shops, like bookstores, a drugstore, and small food markets to pick up any essential items you may need. There are several different food options within the station from bakeries and cafes to sit-down restaurants. At Munich East, you will find similar services, such as luggage storage lockers, free Wi-Fi, and public restrooms. At the travel center in the station, you can get your Munich train tickets. There is a bank, pharmacy, and convenience store located on the basement level. Here you will also find a variety of fast-food restaurants and casual dining options.

Tickets for Munich’s public transportation network are the same price for each form of transport, making it easier for you, as you won’t have to buy separate bus, tram, and Munich train tickets. For in-person assistance, you can purchase your tickets from the DB travel center located within the station and at various DB agency locations throughout the city. The travel center in the station is generally open during normal business hours. Outside of business hours, you can purchase tickets from the DB ticket machines, which can be operated 24h a day and are available in six different languages. There is also a digital ticket option, which you can use if you buy your ticket online or through the mobile app. There are different ticket types available from single-rides to day tickets for your train to Munich.

The average price you’ll pay to travel by train to Munich will be determined by where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from Munich the lowest ticket price is usually about $40, from Berlin it’s about $40 and from Vienna it’s around $70.

You’ll find most people utilize Munich Munich in Munich. It’s one of the busiest and most populated stations in the area. Major cities accessible by Munich Munich are Munich, Vienna, and Stuttgart.

FlixTrain, Deutsche Bahn, and ÖBB are some of the top choices made by momondo users traveling to Munich.

$9 is the average one-way price to Munich this week. We don’t predict any changes in price within the next 3 months. We recommend booking when you can, as seats may be limited.

Munich Munich station is 21.9 mi from Munich, Munich Hauptbahnhof station is 18.1 mi from Munich, and Munich München Flughafen Terminal 2 station is 0.2 mi from Munich.

From Munich Munich, it’s 4.5 mi to get to Isartor, 4.3 mi to get to Marienplatz, and 3.1 mi to get to Theresienwiese.


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