Journey from Augsburg to Munich: Discover the history of the railway
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Journey from Augsburg to Munich: Discover the history of the railway

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Bertolt Brecht allegedly said that "the nicest thing about Augsburg is the train to Munich." Of course, that's not true at all. Augsburg always merits a visit.

From Augsburg to Munich: Bertolt Brecht allegedly said that "the nicest thing about Augsburg is the train to Munich." Of course, that's not true at all. Augsburg always merits a visit. Nevertheless, the railway journey to Munich is also extremely picturesque. It's also the oldest long-distance railway line in Bavaria. When the very first train departed from Augsburg station in 1840, where do you think it was headed? To the Oktoberfest, of course.

Arrival
Augsburg main station
Viktoriastraße 1
86150 Augsburg
Next station
Augsburg Hbf (main station)

Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.

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