Coaches to and from Munich from £4.50

Tourist information on Munich

About Munich

If you're planning a European trip and want to experience a more traditional German city, then Munich is the place! Munich is the capital of the southern German state of Bavaria, famous for its excellent beer and mountainous landscape. Our three bus stops in Munich are conveniently located so you can travel easily to wherever you want to go. Whether you're travelling to Munich to try some beer in the legendary Hofbräuhaus (the most famous beer hall in Munich), to watch a Bayern Munich football game at the Allianz arena or to enjoy the sights and visit some of the best museums that Germany has to offer. Munich is a popular European city all year round. The perfect location for a winter ski trip to the Alps or for a soak in the sun during the summer months, whilst being surrounded by beautiful lakes and gardens. Before leaving Munich, be sure to try a pretzel or a Weiβwurst (literally translated as a “white sausage) in a traditional Bavarian beer garden, or perhaps have a browse in some of Munich's fantastic boutiques and shops. You can take a FlixBus coach to Munich from hundreds of popular European cities!

Things to do in Munich

Munich is a beautiful and unique city, which can be seen instantly from the town hall at Marienplatz in the city centre. The sights and attractions that Munich has to offer are second to none. No matter what direction you walk in from Marienplatz, you will be overwhelmed with the beauty and history that Munich has to offer. Head over to Odeonsplatz where you will find Munich Residenz, previously the palace of the former Bavarian monarch and the largest palace in Germany. During the winter months, you will find the beautiful Christmas markets in the courtyard of the building, very popular with FlixBus passengers! If you would prefer to relax in the countryside when your coach arrives in Munich, then the Bavarian capital will spoil you with choice. Starting with the English garden, on to the Nymphenburg castle, then not forgetting Hellabrunn zoo, Munich offers plenty of green areas to enjoy, admire or discover. In addition, castles or palaces can often be found in one of Munich’s many parks, very attractive to visitors. There is an array of sights and attractions to be found in Germany’s beer capital!

Munich: Culture & History

Munich is famously known for its traditional Bavarian culture, and was officially titled as the capital of Bavaria in 1806. After the Second World War the city, often described as one of the wealthiest cities in Germany, was completely rebuilt. However, the beautiful, archaic old town of Munich still stands today today, of course, a beautiful and archaic old town. A visit to the Lehel district of the city will give you an idea of what life would have been like in Munich centuries ago. Many churches from the renaissance period have been preserved here, and when taking a walk through this neighborhood you will clearly see the different architectural styles from individual eras; reflected in the construction of houses. Munich’s rich culture is also apparent as the city is the home to some of the most prestigious and internationally profound art collections in the world. The Alte and Neue Pinakothek are definitely worth a visit. "Das Haus der Kunst" (literally meaning "the House of Art"), the State Museum of Egyptian Art and the Bavarian National Museum are also tourist magnets. Theatre, opera and ballet fans who choose Munich as their travel destination will find an Eldorado of opportunities.

Nightlife in Munich

When thinking of Munich you may automatically imagine the annual Oktoberfest, which is commonly known in Germany as “Wiesn.” But Munich doesn't only offer an exciting night life during the period of September and October, where thousands of beer tent lovers from all over the world pile into the city – it has a diverse and unique night life throughout the whole year! The bar scene in Munich is so versatile, like the city itself. Admirers of the traditional Bavarian culture should visit the world famous “Hofbräuhaus” or perhaps the “Löwenbräukeller,“ both lying in the heart of the city. But there is also a string of alternative bars that you can discover in the famous 'Schwabing' district of the city. At “Stammbar” you can pour your own beer, or perhaps you would prefer to sample one or two of 130 different types of gin at the “Couch Club.” In any case, taking a bus trip to Munich will guarantee you a good night out in one of its countless bars. If you would prefer a longer night out then Munich’s student scene is the place for you. Being the home of several universities and colleges makes Munich ideal for the night owls amongst our bus passengers. So whether you want to visit the famous “P1” and rub shoulders with world famous DJs, or visit “Milchbar” one of Munich’s most popular student bars, you won't board your bus the next day disappointed and you will have experienced a night out in one of Europe's most popular cities. 

Interesting facts about Munich

Whoever chooses their bus travel to take them to Munich, can expect a whole array of events for every type of person. The Munich Opera Festival is as well known as the Tanzwerkstatt Europa (literally the dance factory of Europe), or the city film festival. Tollwood festival and the Comic festival also give bus travelers a diverse program of entertainment. In any case, continuous major events mean that you will definitely have a worthwhile trip if you choose your bus travel to take you to Munich, e.g. the Christmas Market, Winter Tollwood, the Streetlife Feestival, the Maidult or the Ostermarsch. Every year from the end of the September comes the Munich Oktoberfest: The Oktoberfest is known worldwide and is the most famous, European folks festival – here you can celebrate and enjoy a beer or pretzel in one of the famous beer tents, with old friends and of course with new friends!

Explore the surrounding areas of Munich

Munich is only a short distance from the Bavarian and Austrian Alps – meaning that choosing your bus travel to Munich will give you the opportunity for a day trip to try out your skis in the winter or for a mountainous hike in the summer months. Neuschwanstein Castle which was opened to the public just several weeks after the death of the Bavarian King Lugdwig II lies just south westerly of Munich. The castle is incredibly popular with travelers and tourists alike, due to its unique hill location, overlooking the Alpsee, one of Bavaria’s most beautiful lakes, and being one of the filming the locations of the 1960’s musical “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” 

Your Bus Stops in Munich

notice Please note that there are 2 bus stops in Munich