Cheap Trains From Frankfurt to Munich: Explore Old-World Bavaria

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outward: Sep 23, 2018
direct (3h11m)
Deutsche Bahn
inbound: Sep 25, 2018
direct (3h13m)
Deutsche Bahn

Travel guide Frankfurt–Munich


What train companies operate the route from Frankfurt to Munich?

Deutsche Bahn, one of Germany’s premier train companies, operates the route between Frankfurt and Munich.

What is the schedule for the train route from Frankfurt to Munich?

Trains depart on this route as early as midnight and as late as 9pm. A train departs at least once an hour heading on this route.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Frankfurt to Munich?

The departure station is Frankfurt (Main) Hbf. The arrival station is München Hbf.

What distance is the train route from Frankfurt to Munich?

The distance of this train route is about 224 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Frankfurt to Munich by train?

It takes a little over three and a half hours to travel from Frankfurt to Munich by train.

What are the stops on the train route from Frankfurt to Munich?

Most trains will take passengers directly to Munich from Frankfurt. On the rare trains that do have stops, the three possible ones are Mannheim Hbf, Würzburg Hbf, and Nürnberg Hbf.

Why should you travel by train from Frankfurt to Munich?

Deutsche Bahn is one of the leading train companies in Germany. Their fleet offers a number of amenities. WiFi, meal services and lounge cars await those who choose to travel by rail. Stretch your legs on a world-class train.

What is there to see and do in Munich?

Munich is a city with an old soul. Many of its 13th century buildings still stand, preserved and cared for by the locals. City tours allow the entire family to explore what it was like to live in Medieval Bavaria. As well as being the Capital of the Bavarian region, Munich is well-known for its taverns and beer halls. The one-of-a-kind food and drink will delight the palate and refresh the soul.