Connections to Munich Train Station

Der Münchner Hauptbahnhof als Szene in der BR-Sendung 24h Bayern, Foto: BR/zero one 24 film GmbH/megaherz gmbh/Gregor Schmidt
Foto: BR/zero one 24 film GmbH/megaherz gmbh/Gregor Schmidt

Munich’s Train Station is well connected to public transport

Taxi stands and bike rentals round off the mobility offering arrivals and onward journeys.

Public Transport

More than 25 S-Bahn, underground, bus and tram lines serve the central station, which makes for convenient onward journeys to many locations in Munich. Bayern and Schöne-Wochenende tickets even allow you to use rapid transit.
MVV timetable information 
Tickets, Fares 


At the central station’s main, south and north exits there are numerous taxi stands.
Taxi stand information 


If you drive to Munich Central Station to drop someone off or pick someone up, you should park in one of the three short-term parking areas. If you expect to be gone longer, park your car in a multi-storey car park or underground parking area while you are away. If you have a BahnCard, you will only pay half the regular charge.
More detailed information on parking near the Central Station (German) 

Call a Bike

Bikes on call: If you have taken an excursion to Munich or have little baggage and only need to travel a few more blocks, take advantage of DB’s Call a Bike offering.
Things to know about Call a Bike (German) 

Further information