Munich Travel Info

Munich is situated close to the Bavarian Alps in the centre of Europe. Within Germany, Munich is an important business location.

Therefore the Munich Airport is Germany´s second largest airport and its volume of freight and passenger traffic is growing up each year. The Airport itself, which is named „Franz Josef Strauss" is located about  35 kilometers north of the City Center.  2 different Suburban Trains connect the airport with the main station in approximately 45 minutes.  Airport-Shuttle busses are also available as well as taxis. Excellent motorway connections to Salzburg, Innsbruck, Ingolstadt or Regensburg exist.

Cheap flight offers and a variety of direct connections with Lufthansa, Air Berlin or German Wings from many German and other European cities enable you to visit Munich for a short trip or a weekend stay.

The Central Train Station, with a dispatch of approximately 350.000 passengers every day, also is the second largest main station within Germany.  Besides Munich-Pasing and Munich East, the central station is the most significant of the three main  stations of Munich. Hardly any city in Europe is easier to reach by train like the Bavarian metropolis. Connections from all big German cities, local connections to the Bavarian countryside, long distance connections and night trains to Austria,  Czech Republic and Italy are available every day.