Weather you are travelling to Munich airport to fly to another destination or visiting the old part of the city, Munich is always a great city to visit. We know how important it is to travel comfortably, so we’ve made sure that our buses are as comfortable as possible. We’ve removed a row of seats from our buses and offer free Wi-Fi and charging outlets to all our passengers.
The line offers 2 daily departures in each direction, with prices starting from 7,99 EUR.
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Services & stops
The route departs at 2:30 and 11:30 and it takes approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes. The bus stops to pick up passengers at the following stations: Ulm, and Augsburg. These stops don’t have planned breaks, but if the bus runs ahead of schedule, you’ll be able to stretch your legs at these stations.
Departing from Stuttgart
While waiting to depart to Munich, the Stuttgart airport bus station does not offer much to keep you occupied. So if you arrive early, you can keep yourself occupied at the nearby airport while waiting for your bus. At least you will be able to garb a coffee or something to eat at the airport terminal. You can get to the station by bus, taxi or on foot.
Arriving in Munich
The capital of Bavaria is located on the Isar River in the south of Bavaria, well connected to the rest of the world with the local airport, autobahn, and the rail.
The Munich bus station is located in the centre of the city, a few minutes’ walk from Karlsplatz. The station is surrounded with cafes and shops on all sides.
You can explore Munich and continue your travels on public transportation, by taxi, or you can find good car rental options at the station travel centre.
More information about the Munich.
*The line does not operate until April 3rd.
* Until April 3rd 2020 the line operates every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday except on 26th December 2019 and 2nd January 2020.
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