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25 Feb — 3 Mar1
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Westbahn
With transfers
1h 34m
Westbahn
Westbahn
With transfers
1h 23m
Westbahn
Deutsche Bahn
With transfers
10h 18m
Deutsche Bahn
Deutsche Bahn
With transfers
7h 10m
Deutsche Bahn
Deutsche Bahn
With transfers
4h 35m
Deutsche Bahn
Deutsche Bahn
With transfers
4h 53m
Deutsche Bahn

Munich train information

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

RETURN FROM

£27

ONE-WAY FROM

£11

POPULAR STATION

Munich Hauptbahnhof

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

ÖBB
The cheapest return train ticket to Munich is from Innsbruck, starting at £27. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Munich is from Salzburg, starting at £11. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Munich Hauptbahnhof is one of the most popular stations in Munich
ÖBB, Die Länderbahn, and České dráhy also service this route

Munich Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Munich
Munich FröttmaningMunich, 48.210934, 11.619262
Munich Augsburg HauptbahnhofMunich, 48.365555, 10.886389
Munich FüssenMunich, 47.5705, 10.69781
Munich München Flughafen Terminal 2Munich, 48.355682, 11.790116
Munich Kempten HauptbahnhofMunich, 47.711746, 10.317611
Munich FreihamMunich, 48.139915, 11.409369

Book return train tickets to Munich

Below are the quickest and cheapest return 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.
ÖBB
21 Mar
05:10Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
2h 05m
1 stop
07:15Munich Hauptbahnhof
27 Mar
00:56Munich Hauptbahnhof
5h 44m
2 stops
06:40Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
ÖBB
14 Mar
06:40Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
1h 47m
08:27Munich Hauptbahnhof
17 Mar
07:34Munich Hauptbahnhof
1h 44m
09:18Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
ÖBB
14 Mar
06:40Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 47m
08:27Munich Hauptbahnhof
17 Mar
07:34Munich Hauptbahnhof
1h 44m
09:18Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
14 Mar
05:10Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
2h 05m
1 stop
07:15Munich Hauptbahnhof
17 Mar
07:34Munich Hauptbahnhof
1h 44m
09:18Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
ÖBB
14 Mar
05:10Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
2h 05m
1 stop
07:15Munich Hauptbahnhof
17 Mar
07:34Munich Hauptbahnhof
1h 44m
09:18Innsbruck Südbahnstraße
ÖBB
21 Mar
18:40Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
1h 46m
20:26Munich Hauptbahnhof
28 Mar
21:34Munich Hauptbahnhof
1h 44m
23:18Innsbruck 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.
Westbahn
20 Mar
20:39Salzburg Hauptbahnhof
1h 34m
22:13Munich Hauptbahnhof
Westbahn
20 Mar
20:39Salzburg Hauptbahnhof
1h 23m
22:02Munich Ostbahnhof
Deutsche Bahn
7 Mar
19:45Hamburg Hauptbahnhof
10h 18m
06:03Munich Hauptbahnhof
Deutsche Bahn
6 Mar
02:32Hamburg Harburg
7h 10m
1 stop
09:42Munich Hauptbahnhof
Deutsche Bahn
21 Mar
05:31Cologne Köln/Bonn
4h 35m
10:06Munich Hauptbahnhof
Deutsche Bahn
21 Mar
08:11Cologne Messe/Deutz
4h 53m
1 stop
13:04Munich München-Pasing

FAQs for booking trains to Munich

How to get to the centre of Munich from Munich Central Train Station?

Munich Central Train Station is right in the heart of the city and a great base to start a day’s sightseeing for visitors arriving by train to Munich. You’ll find plenty of attractions within walking distance of the station, and there are excellent transport links to reach different areas of the city. You can get to well-known art museums such as the Alte Pinakothek, the Lenbachhaus Gallery, and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art on foot, while historical landmarks such as the Karlstor, an arched city gate from the 14th Century, St. Paul’s Church and the city’s cathedral, the Frauenkirche. For other further away attractions like Munich Residenz Castle or the fantastic Nymphenburg Palace, you can catch reliable Munich trains in the city, such as the Metro service. Alternatively, a great way to get around is by bike. There are numerous bicycle docking stations near tram stops and metro stations in Munich, where you can rent a bike and a leisurely ride around the city for a low hourly rate.

Can you leave luggage at train stations in Munich?

If you’re checking out deals for cheap train tickets to Munich and planning on a day trip around the city, it’s really important to know where you can store your baggage, so you don’t have to lug it around with you. Once you get off your train to Munich at Central Station or Munich East Station, follow the signs for the luggage lockers, which are located close to the North Exit near the train platforms. You will see that there are small lockers for backpacks and smaller suitcases or larger lockers if you’re travelling with a lot of heavy luggage or big suitcases, so you’re covered for each eventuality. You have the option of short-term and long-term storage, which are both available at reasonable daily rates. It’s literally a weight off your shoulders if you want to get started on a day of sightseeing as soon as you arrive in the city.

What services are available at the popular stations in Munich?

If you are looking to travel by rail to Munich, you may be interested to know what facilities and services are available at major train stations. At Munich Central Station, you will find various food outlets in the food court, such as cafes, fast-food restaurants and other shops where you can grab a quick snack and drink for your day trip in the city or your onward trip on Munich trains. You can also find plenty of retail stores and souvenir shops if you’d like to buy a gift or souvenir of your time in Munich. Should you need mobility assistance upon arrival, there are services available at most stations that can be arranged with a couple of days’ notice. Last but not least, if you’re a first-class ticket holder, you can access the DB (Deutsche Bahn) Lounge for comfortable seating and attentive service.

Do I need identification to travel to Munich by train?

Travelling by train to Munich, it isn’t a legal requirement to carry photographic identification. Nevertheless, for the event of an incident on the train or any other unforeseen circumstance where you may need to prove your ID, it’s worth carrying an official form of identification such as your passport or driving licence. You will not need to confirm your passport number when booking train tickets to Munich, nor present your passport when boarding Munich trains.

How much is a train ticket to Munich Franz Josef Strauss?

The ticket price can vary depending on general demand and more importantly where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from a popular departure point like Nuremberg for instance, prices usually start around £39. Berlin and Karlsruhe are other options, with prices usually starting from around £52 and £94 respectively.

What is the main train station in Munich Franz Josef Strauss?

Munich Hauptbahnhof is a transportation hub in Munich Franz Josef Strauss. You’ll find trains arriving and departing from here daily. Major cities accessible by Munich Hauptbahnhof are Berlin, Salzburg, and Zurich.

What train companies go to Munich Franz Josef Strauss?

Most users on momondo will check prices for ÖBB for their ride to Munich Franz Josef Strauss. While ÖBB is the most common choice, you can also search for options from Die Länderbahn and České dráhy, as all 3 train companies can typically get you to Munich Franz Josef Strauss. More options may be available to you, so use our search form to find all available options from your city to Munich Franz Josef Strauss.

How far in advance should I book a train to Munich Franz Josef Strauss?

Our users have found train tickets to Munich Franz Josef Strauss for £11 on average this week. The price of a train ticket to Munich Franz Josef Strauss remains generally consistent for the next 3 months. As seats fill up quickly, we recommend booking when you can so your trip is secured.

How far is the centre of Munich Franz Josef Strauss from Munich Hauptbahnhof, Munich Fröttmaning and Augsburg Hauptbahnhof stations?

18.1 mi separate Munich Hauptbahnhof station (the city’s most popular train station) from the centre of Munich Franz Josef Strauss. 12.5 mi separate Munich Fröttmaning station (the second most popular station) from the centre of Munich Franz Josef Strauss. 41.3 mi separate Augsburg Hauptbahnhof station (the third most popular station) from the centre of Munich Franz Josef Strauss.

How far is Munich Hauptbahnhof from Marienplatz, Theresienwiese and Olympic Stadium Munich?

Munich Franz Josef Strauss’s most popular landmarks are Marienplatz, Theresienwiese, and Olympic Stadium Munich, which are 1.0 mi, 0.7 mi, and 2.3 mi from Munich Hauptbahnhof, respectively.


Popular train routes to Munich

Most frequently searched train routes to Munich, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Munich from Frankfurt am Main
Fastest travel time3h 13m
Cheapest price£73
Trains to Munich from Hannover
Fastest travel time5h 12m
Cheapest price£111

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