Travel fast, cheap and comfortably

on the public transport through Munich

Whether you arrive in Munich by car, by train or plane, take advantage of public transport during your stay in the Bavarian capital. This way, you can reach all destinations and attractions within Munich and in the entire area quickly, comfortably and conveniently.

The general transport situation in Munich

Munich is an ever-growing large city: construction sites can therefore hardly be avoided in the urban area. In addition, hundreds of people daily commute to and from work to Munich. Consequently, the streets of Munich can quickly fill up, and the occasional traffic jam can easily delay your sightseeing or shopping.

There is a solution, however: The public transport network in Munich is very well developed. Streetcars (trams) and buses, subways, and commuter trains run every five to ten minutes and will bring you to your destination stress-free.

Take the best advantage of the single or partner day-tickets of the MVV and MVG transport companies – this way you can ride all public transport in and around Munich all day long at a very reasonable price.

Laimer Hof Hotel – your starting point for sightseeing trips in Munich

Laimer Hof Hotel is the perfect starting point for your next city tour of Munich. In the immediate vicinity of the hotel you will find bus and tram stops of the MVG, from which buses and streetcars (trams) depart at five- to ten-minute intervals to take you to the city center. The Laim subway station is also just a few minutes’ walk away: From here you can take the MVV subway to Munich’s city center or to the nearer towns around Munich. Do yourself a favor: take the S6 to Starnberg and enjoy the clean air at Lake Starnberg or walk in Sissi”s footsteps in Possenhofen.

A detailed route and transportation plan, current schedule changes, accurate pricing information and a timetable tool is available on the website of the Münchner Verkehrsverbund and on the website of the Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft.