How to Get from Munich Airport to Nuremberg
Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport is the second busiest air hub in Germany serving more than 40 million passengers annually. Plenty of travelers arriving at this large airport are heading to Nuremberg - one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The distance from Munich Airport to Nuremberg is about 160 km. Tourists reach this amazing Bavarian place using public transportation, taxis, or individual transfers.
Taxi from Munich Airport to Nuremberg
At the airport, taxi cabs can be found at special stands. In Terminal 1, one can book a car at the desks located on the arrival/departure Level E04 in front of Modules A to E. In Terminal 2, taxis are waiting close to its exit (along the bus stop area). The average fare from Munich Airport to Nuremberg is €280. Taxis are usually available round the clock.
Transfer from Munich Airport to Nuremberg
Want to make your long trip to the destination as comfortable as possible? A Kiwitaxi transfer may help you with that. You won’t spend your time looking for a taxi rank upon arrival: the driver will be waiting for you within the arrivals zone. The car we’ll provide for your transfer will be comfortable and equipped with air-conditioning. A reservation can be easily made through the Kiwitaxi website: just choose the desired vehicle and specify all the info needed for a trip. In case of traveling with children, add a child seat to your transfer booking. An Economy-class journey to Nuremberg from Munich Airport costs €192. A minibus transfer for a group of up to 7 people costs €228.
Public Transport from Munich Airport to Nuremberg
You can easily reach Nuremberg from Munich Airport by direct bus (operated by the Flixbus company). A one-way ticket will cost you €18.99. Such travel takes 1 hour and 55 minutes. However, there are few trips a day, and it’s better to check the timetable well in advance.
Also, one may get to Nuremberg with a change in Munich. Thus, from the airport, catch a bus or a train to Munich central train station (€11-13). Then, from the rail station, take a train to Nuremberg (the high-speed service 2nd-class fare is €57). These services are rather frequent.
Unfortunately, these services won’t take you to Nuremberg at night and late in the evening. At this time, you can use only taxis or transfers.
If you’re going to travel between these two Bavarian cities by public transport (with a change in Munich), consider purchasing the Bayern-Ticket. This ticket can make your trip considerably cheaper.