From € 35

City trip to Munich by train

The birthplace of the BMW, historic buildings and culinary surprises in charming restaurants. Munich is the perfect destination for your city break. You can reach the city easily by train, which will drop you off in the city centre. This way, you can start your weekend trip well-rested and without having to drive through the busy city traffic. We present the best tips for a city break in Munich.
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Must-sees during your city getaway in Munich

Start your visit in the Neues Rathaus. Part of the neo-Gothic building is used as a tourist information point. Get a map of the city here and climb the 85-metre tower for a breathtaking view of Munich.

Stroll across Marienplatz, a central square surrounded by historic buildings. Stroll past the many churches, including the baroque 15th-century Frauenkirche. Enjoy a well-earned break with a locally brewed beer at the Hofbräuhaus. Had enough of the city centre? Take a tour of the 17th-century Schloss Nymphenburg or visit exotic animals at Hellabrunn Zoo.

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The best museums

Do you want to explore local art and history during your weekend getaway in Munich? Or is rain forecast and looking for an indoor activity? Then visit one of the many museums. Football fans visit the FC Bayern Museum and car enthusiasts the BMW Museum. Delve into the world of science at the German Museum and discover the paintings at the Alte Pinakothek Munich.

Culinary delights during your city trip

During a city break to Munich, you should, of course, have a delicious bite to eat. The restaurants offer something for everyone. Have a vegan or continental breakfast with a cup of coffee, have lunch in a traditional 16th-century Bavarian beer hall or dine in a Michelin-starred restaurant. After dinner, spend the night in one of Munich's many hotels.

Thematisch weekend weg

During autumn and the Christmas period, your weekend away in Munich becomes extra special. Those who love a party combine a city break with a visit to Munich's well-known Oktoberfesten. Enjoy German beers and snacks and dance to German classics with thousands of other visitors. Later in the year, visit one of the many Christmas markets. The Christkindlmarkt is the city's most famous Christmas market. Drink mulled wine, feast on gingerbread biscuits and roasted chestnuts and stroll under twinkling lights past quaint stalls.

Travel to Munich by train

You can reach the centre of Munich directly with the night train. Prepare to travel during the day? Then you can do so from Amsterdam Centraal with just one transfer in 7.05 hours with Intercity Berlin or ICE International.

The lowest one-way price on day trains is € 38. On the night train, a seat costs from € 35 for a one-way trip. For all trains: the earlier you book, the lower the price!

City trip Munich

From € 35