Students, international students, interns, backpackers, roomates and digital nomads can book cheap dorms and safe private rooms in downtown Munich, close to boarding schools, high schools, colleges, halls of residence and universities, close to buses or train stations, airports or major attractions in Munich.
The A&O Muenchen Hackerbruecke is just one intra-city train station from the Central Station and is easy to reach by train. Due to its central location the Altstadt can be easily reached by going for a small walk from the A&O and it is thus also the ideal starting point for excursions into the city.
A&O Munich Laim is located in the same neighborhood around the Laim S-Bahn station, only four stops from Munich's central station. The building is located directly in the park at the Nymphenburg Palace and the Royal Deer Park. Also, its proximity to the city center and the famous Theresienwiese is ideal!
This MEININGER hostel is just a few minutes stroll from Munich`s central train station and therefore it is the perfect place to stay if you want connections to all over the city. It´s only a short journey to the Nymphenburg Palace and Old Town whilst the Augustiner Bräustuben is just across the road!
The A&O München Hauptbahnhof is just 400 meters away from the Central Station and is thus easy to reach by train. Due to the A&O's central location the Altstadt can be easily reached by foot and is the ideal starting point for excursions into the Munich city centre.
The campsite is located at the edge of Munich. It is very easily accessible with public transport and a trip to city center should take no longer than 30 minutes!
Imperial and ecclesiastical history meet genial Bavarian hospitality in Munich, a city that's as regal as it is relaxing. Stately buildings such as the Residenz or Frauenkirche sit happily alongside raucous parties and festivals, none larger or more famous than the legendary Oktoberfest. Visitors flock to the city for this alluring combination, so no wonder there’s a huge range of youth hostels to choose from – whether you want a cheap hostel in the city centre, a hostel for groups in a quieter neighbourhood or a downtown backpacker’s hostel, you’ll find it here. And wherever you stay, you’ll step out of your hostel dorm to find the relentlessly friendly locals welcoming you with a warm smile and a stein of excellent beer. Prost!
has one of Europe’s best airports. It’s clean, efficient and has loads of shops and restaurants (including a brewpub). Trains on the S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines depart every 20 minutes, whisking you to the hostels in the city centre in 45 minutes. There’s also a Lufthansa bus that departs every 20 minutes, taking you to the city centre in 35 minutes. You don’t have to be a Lufthansa passanger to use it – just buy a ticket from the driver. www.munich-airport.de
As southern Germany's most important city, Munich has great rail connection to the rest of the country and to the rest of Europe, with regular trains to Paris, Vienna, Zurich and many more. You’ll arrive at Munich Central Station (Hauptbanhof), where there are ample connections to local rail and tram services – the station sits on seven S-Bahn lines, six U-Bahn lines and 10 tram lines.
Munich Bus Station (the ZOB) is probably one of the most eye-catching bus stations you’ll ever see. There are regular buses to the rest of Germany, as well as links to some of Europe's major cities. It’s close to the Hauptbahnhof, and right by the Hackerbrucke S-Bahn station.
Most things worth seeing are within the inner zone of Munich's public transport system (MVV), where a single will cost you €2.70. Day tickets for one or three days can be bought for €6.20/€15.50. You can cycle around the city if you register with Call A Bike for cheap rentals.
Timezone: CET (GMT+1)
Dialing codes: +49 for Germany, 89 for Munich
Post Office: Deutsche Post, Ohlmüllerstrasse, 0180 2 3333
Krankenhaus Bogenhausen, Englschalkinger Strasse 089 520550
Rotkreuz Krankenhaus, Nymphenburger Strasse 115, 089 13030
Bahnhofsplatz 2 or Marienplatz 2
Typical opening hours: 9am to 7pm
Emergency numbers: Call 112 for police, fire and ambulance services