Munich is the wealthy capital of Bavaria, hosting the world-famous Oktoberfest; it is one of the friendliest German cities, full of beer gardens and beer halls. Well being radiating throughout the city is no accident – Munich is the most hard-working city of Europe. It owes its economic success to local giants such as BMW and Siemens. However, the city’s bohemian and industrious image is coupled with elegance and culture.
Important sights to see in Munich
Travel Tips and Advice
City Tour Card offers free access to urban public transport and discounts up to 50% on entrance fees for more than 30 sights and attractions. The Card is available at U-Bahn and S-Bahn stations, in kiosks with blue City Tour Card logo, as well as in a number of hotels. During the Oktoberfest period, beginning already in September, accommodations are more expensive, so it’s worth arranging for accommodation well in advance for this period.
Bus Service Info
VOLÁNBUSZ / EUROLINES HUNGARY's partners run bus services to Munich several times a week. You can board the buses at Népliget Bus Station Budapest, which is easily accessible by public transport.
Return tickets on Mini Price already from HUF 9 900!
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