Cheap Train Tickets to Munich

Approved for

and more

Trains to Munich

Trains in Germany are an effective way to travel between cities, with Deutsche Bahn offering domestic and international train routes. On average Eurostar runs 10 trains to Munich from the UK every day, all of which depart from London St Pancras International. Having crossed through the channel tunnel, passengers have to change at Brussels Midi where they can board any Deutsche Bahn(DB) InterCity Express(ICE) to Frankfurt. Here, they board another DB ICE train heading to Munich. The entire journey takes around 9 hours. Travellers arrive in at Munich Train Station or München Hauptbahnhof as it is known locally, it’s a busy terminus which handles international arrivals as well as local and national services in Germany. Visitors can walk into the city centre from the station in 20 minutes, but public transport is also readily available. On an S-Bahn train, tram, or RVO bus, it takes around 10 minutes to reach central Munich.

Munich

Demographics

Local Time 12:38
Euro
Population 1,200,000
Region Bavaria
Languages German

How expensive is Munich?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Munich costs 19.7% more than in the rest of the country.

Shopping

Prices in Munich are on average 5.3% higher than in the other cities in Germany.

Public Transport

Public transport in Munich costs around 2% more than national average.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Munich is about 36.9% more expensive on average than in the rest of Germany.

Munich

Munich is the third largest city in Germany, it’s a very popular destination, located in Bavaria and close to the foothills of the Alps. The River Isar runs through the middle of town, providing acres of shoreline that locals and tourists alike use as picnic grounds, bike routes and sunbathing hot spots in the summer. Architecturally, Munich has plenty to offer, from the Gothic New Town Hall to the baroque Nymphenburg Palace and the aristocratic Residenz. The 15th century domed Cathedral Church of Our Lady is exquisite and holds hidden treasures. Look out for the devils footprint in the floor and climb the south tower for a panoramic view of the city. In the autumn, Munich is deluged with party-people as the town gears up for its annual Oktoberfest, a Mecca for beer-lovers that’s catered by the region’s largest breweries. There’s plenty of traditional Bavarian food, like enormous pretzels, and raucous nightly entertainment from live brass bands.

Trains to Munich

via Budapest Keleti München Hbf
duration: 06:45 hrs
Departure
first: 09:10
last: 13:40
Arrival
earliest: 16:31
last: 20:25
  • Budapest Keleti
  • München Hbf

Offers:

21/11/2015 09:10 - 16:31 123.40 €
23/11/2015 11:10 - 18:25 123.40 €
15/12/2015 13:40 - 20:25 49.00 €
19/12/2015 09:40 - 16:31 49.00 €
19/01/2016 13:40 - 20:25 39.00 €
via Nürnberg Hbf München Hbf
duration: 01:02 hrs
Departure
first: 11:02
last: 23:31
Arrival
earliest: 12:04
last: 00:41
  • Nürnberg Hbf
  • München Hbf

Offers:

15/05/2016 11:02 - 12:04 19.00 €
17/05/2016 23:31 - 00:41 19.00 €
via Wien Hbf München Hbf
duration: 03:55 hrs
Departure
first: 06:30
last: 06:30
Arrival
earliest: 10:25
last: 10:25
  • Wien Hbf
  • München Hbf

Offers:

01/01/2016 06:30 - 10:25 29.00 €