The central railway station of Munich (Germany) is a large and modern train station: Hauptbahnhof München.
Everything is clean. The station looked on arrival very spacious and light to me. It's a friendly welcome to travellers.
It has many shops and restaurants. There is a shop of the French chain Brioche Dorée. Delicious pastries - highly recommended!
Munich Central Station is one of 21 German stations that belong to category 1. Stations of category 1 are big and busy railway stations. They are housed in prestigious buildings and are usually in the center of the city. You can find a good service provided by DB and usually plenty of shopping options.
This station carries the title of "Your shopping station - shopping, dining, experience ... 365 days a year."
This station has a "travel agent at the station" (this travel agency chain currently has 32 stores in Germany).
There is also a DB-Lounge in the train station.
Available for travellers with a valid DB long-distance ticket for the first class, "bahn.bonus comfort" customers and one person in their company.
The station of Munich offers modern toilets of the "rail & fresh" chain, but no showers.
Second largest train station of Germany.
Munich, Hauptbahnhof Munich, ZOB Hackerbrücke
Foot walk from the railway station to the bus station. Optional as well by S-Bahn.
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