How to Get from Munich City to Munich Airport and Other Destinations
Munich is the capital of Bavaria, which is located in the southern part of Germany, at the foot of the Alps, along the river banks of Isar. You can get from it to the Munich International Airport, to the resorts of Zell am See or Kaprun, as well as to the “Europa-Park” entertainment center in Rust by taxi, private transfer or by public transport.
Taxi from Munich
Are you considering how to get to Munich or from it to the resorts of Mayrhofen or Ischgl, not using the public transport? In this case, you can call a taxi.
One can book a car in one of the city taxi companies by phone or using an online mobile application. Do not forget to buy a local operator SIM-card, since this way the calls and mobile traffic will cost much cheaper.
The boarding price in a taxi in Munich will be around 3,5 euros, and every kilometer en route will cost you 1,5 - 1,8 euros. At the same time, factors like traffic jams, the time of day, and a number of passengers can affect the final price. It is necessary to pay extra for the luggage as well, approximately 1,2 euros per suitcase.
If you, nevertheless, have decided to order a taxi from Munich, try to address the official city taxi service companies because the freelance drivers usually drive less carefully and more than that, they can overcharge for no reason.
Transfer from Munich
Do you like travelling as fast as possible, and with all comforts? In this case, a transfer from Munich will be good for you.
Kiwitaxi car will drive you to the Zell am See resort in only 2 hours and 30 minutes, at the same time, a minimum fare will cost you 222 euros. You can get to “Europa-Park” by transfer in about 4 hours and 20 minutes. The Economy car class fare will be approximately 492 euros, but the price for a Minivan 4 pax will be 468 euros, and a Minibus 16 pax will cost you around 984 euros.
You can book transfers in Munich online, on the Kiwitaxi site. Fill in the booking form to do this, and specify the pick-up time and date, as well as your contact data. Then, it is necessary to make a small prepayment with your credit card. You can do it in any currency convenient for you.
It is better to book a transfer in Munich in advance, if you certainly know the date and time of departure, in addition, you can even book special ski transfers. In this case, our driver will drive right to the hotel, inn or to any other location, where you will want to start travelling from. He will help you to take the luggage to the car and carefully put it into the trunk.
Kiwitaxi cares about the safety of every single passenger. It uses only new cars which regularly have technical inspection and maintenance, and all the cars have been in use for no more 7 years. If you are travelling with a little child, do not forget to order a child seat additionally, which we will provide for a small fee.
If you have any problems connected with booking a car in Munich as well as with a customer service, do not hesitate to call our 24-hour client support service, and our English-speaking will answer all your questions.
Public Transport from Munich
It is always possible to get from the city using a cheaper option - public transport. Buses and train are at your service.
Central train station of the Bavarian capital is one of the biggest in Germany. One can get from there to Zell am See resort with one or two changes. In the first case, the travel time will take you about 2 hours and 40 minutes, including waiting time for the second train in Worgl. If you choose the second option, the travel time will increase by approximately an hour.
You can buy tickets on the train station official site, as well as in the ticket machines, which are located in the airport building. The fare is about 30-50 euros.
You will have to make a change to get to Zell am See. First, you will have to travel to Salzburg, then change the bus for the one, that runs to the resort. The whole travel time will be approximately four hours, and the fare is about 20 euros.
Munich: useful information
The Bavarian capital is heavily steeped in goodwill and prosperity. This city is primarily famous for Oktoberfest, the beer festival, which attracts beer lovers from around the world.
At the heart of the city, there is the Marienplatz square, where the tourists start their acquaintance with the capital of Bavaria. In the city, you can also find the baroque-style buildings, with St. Michael's Church, Old Town Hall and New Town Hall standing out from all the rest.
The ones, who love hiking, must visit the local parks and gardens, and history lovers will find here astounding expositions of Dachau concentration camp.
There are a lot of restaurants and cafes in the city, where you can taste famous Bavarian cuisine. The locals like eating delicious meals and like eating much, so do not be surprised by the size of the portions in catering places. Among the local delicacies, you must try kielbasas, sausages, stewed sauerkraut, and enjoy the Bavarian beer.