Munich Transport






Munich City Transport

Munich City Transport covers the greater Munich area. See the MVG map for the U-bahn and S-bahn for more details. You can be fined €60 ($90 approx.) if you do not have a valid stamped ticket.

Munich Buses

Buses cover most of Munich and each has a ticket canceller. Running every 10-20 minutes throughout the day and evening. Tickets can be purchased from blue automatic vending machines, or at the Hauptbahnhof.


Munich Trains

The train system has two distinct lines. The S-Bahn, connects the surrounding towns and villages to Munich. See U-Bahn for more details, which connects the inner city to the outskirts of Munich. You can see a Munich MVV Map for the U-Bahn and S-Bahn in the menu bar.

Munich Trams

The tram system links the main areas of Munich together and has a canceller and automatic ticket machine on-board. You can also hire Munich trams for group tours.

A ticket cancelled for 1 journey lets you use any of the public transport system. See the tickets link in the menu for more
detailed use and typical pricing.

A very popular way to see the city is by bike. These can be hired individually at the main Munich railway station near platforms 30-36,or you can take advantage of the services of “Rent a bike from Mike” link opposite.

Munich Transport Images

The Munich Straßenbahn






Typical Munich City bus.