How to get to Munich


Russian citizens need to apply a visa to Munich. The cost is 35 euros. The German Embassy in Moscow can obtain a Schengen visa for stays up to 90 days and valid less than a year, as well as a national German visa.


The easiest way to get to Munich is to fly in by plane. Every day flights to Munich are operated by such airlines as Aeroflot, AirBerlin, Germanwings, Germany Express, Lufthansa, S7. The flight time is a little more than 3 hours, the cost of a ticket from 6000 rubles. There is an opportunity to save on a flight by choosing a route with a transfer. The cheapest flight cost from 4000 rubles via Kiev.


Every year there are special seasonal offers to buy tickets for direct flights from 3000 rubles. Passengers are received by Munich’s Franz-Josef Strauss Airport, which is located 28 kilometers from Munich, near the university campus of Freising. Munich from the airport can be reached by bus, taxi and train. The latter option is most convenient, as passengers arrive at the city’s central station in 40 minutes.


Munich from Moscow can be reached by train. There are no direct trains, so travelling by rail will have to transfer in one of the cities of Europe. The most popular routes with connections in Berlin, Prague, Frankfurt am Main, Mannheim and Hannover.


By road routes to Munich can be reached in 28 hours, covering 2700 km through the territory of Russia, Belarus, Lithuania, Kaliningrad region and of Poland. Some motorists consider the most optimal route through the Brest Region, Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, Prague, Plzeň.

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