Take the tram instead of the tourist bus in Munich
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Take the tram instead of the tourist bus in Munich

If you would like to have a look round the city away from the usual sights, we recommend taking the tram or the bus.

If you would like to have a look round the city away from the usual sights, we recommend you leave the tourist bus behind and take the tram or the bus instead. Buy a day ticket, sit back, and enjoy the ride: get on, enjoy the sights and get off if you want to take a closer look at something. The number 19 tram line is particularly suited for this (it runs past the Justizpalast law courts, Stachus square, Lenbachplatz square, the national theatre and the Maximilianeum palatial building), as is tram line number 27 (i.e.Hohenzollernplatz square, Elisabethplatz square, Schellingstra├če, Pinakotheken art gallery, Sendlinger Tor gate) and the number 100 bus, which is actually called "Museumslinie" (museum line) and goes directly past the main station.

Arrival
Munich main station
Bayerstra├če 10a
80335 Munich
Next station
M├╝nchen Hbf (Munich 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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