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München Hbf / Munich Central Station
München Hauptbahnhof (German for Munich Central Station) is the main railway station in the city of Munich, Germany. It is one of the three stations with long-distance services in Munich, the others being München Ost and München-Pasing. München Hauptbahnhof sees about 450,000 passengers a day, which puts it on par with other large stations in Germany, such as Hamburg Hauptbahnhof and Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 1 station, one of 21 in Germany and two in Munich, the other being München Ost. The mainline station is a terminal station with 32 platforms. The subterranean S-Bahn with 2 platforms and U-Bahn stations with 6 platforms are through stations.
Bayerstraße, 80335 München, Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The station is located close to Munich's city centre in the north of the borough of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. The main entrance to the east of the station is via the Prielmayerstraße or Bayerstraße to Karlsplatz (Stachus). In the station forecourt (Bahnhofsplatz) in front of the main entrance are tram stops on several lines.
The station is bordered to the north by Arnulfstraße and to the west by Paul-Heyse-Straße, which passes through a tunnel near the end of the platforms. The station is bordered to the south by Bayerstraße. The station precinct extends some distance to the west and ends at Donnersbergerbrücke.
The station is the southern point of the InterCityExpress line to Hamburg-Altona via the Hanover-Würzburg high-speed rail line. It also has frequent links to Dortmund via Frankfurt and Cologne using the Cologne-Frankfurt high-speed rail line. The most recent addition is the Nuremberg-Ingolstadt high-speed rail line, which has greatly benefited from Munich traffic. Additional ICE services using mainly ordinary lines on their run exist to Vienna, Berlin and a number of other cities. There are also numerous InterCity and EuroCity services to most parts of Germany as well as neighbouring Austria, Czechia, Switzerland, France and Italy. The station used to have a number of DB NachtZug and CityNightLine services to northern Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, France and Italy, but these were suspended in 2016. Facilities for autoracks in night services are located at München Ost railway station. Currently, night services operated by other railway companies, particularly ÖBB are found at the station, for example to Rome, Budapest and Zagreb.
|ICE 11||Berlin – Magdeburg – Braunschweig – Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe – Würzburg – Munich|
|ICE 11||Hamburg-Altona – Berlin – Leipzig – Erfurt – Fulda – Frankfurt – Mannheim – Stuttgart – Ulm – Augsburg – Munich|
|ICE 11||Wiesbaden – Mainz – Mannheim – Stuttgart – Munich|
|ICE 18||Hamburg-Altona – Berlin – Halle – Erfurt – Nuremberg – Ingolstadt / Augsburg – Munich|
|ICE 25||Munich – (Nuremberg / Ingolstadt / Augsburg) – Würzburg – Fulda – Kassel – Göttingen – Hannover – Bremen / Hamburg|
|ICE 28||Munich – (Augsburg / Ingolstadt –) Nuremberg – Erfurt – Leipzig / Halle – Berlin – (Hamburg)|
|ICE 31||Dortmund – Wuppertal – Cologne – Bonn – Koblenz – Mainz – Frankfurt Airport – Frankfurt – Hanau – Würzburg – Nuremberg – Ingolstadt – Munich (– Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Seefeld in Tirol)|
|ICE 41||Munich – Nuremberg – Würzburg – Frankfurt am Main – Frankfurt Airport – Cologne (– Düsseldorf / Oberhausen / Essen / Dortmund)|
|ICE 42||Munich – Augsburg – Ulm – Stuttgart – Mannheim – Frankfurt – Cologne (– Düsseldorf - Duisburg – Essen – Dortmund)|
|ICE 83||Munich – Augsburg – Ulm – Stuttgart – Karlsruhe – Strasbourg – Paris|
|RJ 90||Munich – Salzburg – Vienna West (– Budapest Keleti)|
|IC 28||Munich – Augsburg – Nuremberg – Bamberg – Jena – Leipzig – Berlin|
|IC 32||Munich – Augsburg – Ulm – Stuttgart – Heidelberg – Mannheim – Mainz – Koblenz – Bonn – Cologne – Düsseldorf – Duisburg – Essen – Dortmund|
|IC 60||(Salzburg –) Munich – Augsburg – Ulm – Stuttgart (– Karlsruhe)|
|EC 62||Frankfurt – Heidelberg – or Saarbrücken – Mannheim – Stuttgart – Ulm – Augsburg – Munich – Rosenheim – Salzburg (– Klagenfurt / Graz / Linz)|
|EC 88||Munich – Buchloe – Lindau – Winterthur – Zürich|
|EC 89||Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein – Innsbruck (– Bolzano/Bozen – Verona – Milan / Venice / Bologna)|
There are numerous RegionalExpress and RegionalBahn services to Landshut, Regensburg, Plattling, Passau, Kempten, Lindau, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Nuremberg among others. The Bayerische Oberlandbahn operates services to Bayrischzell, Lenggries and Tegernsee.
All lines are electrified, except the ones to Mühldorf (due to be electrified by 2030), and Kempten (partially electrified, a proposal to electrify the whole route exists but no date has been given) and the lines of the Bayerische Oberlandbahn. To minimise pollution, services using these lines preferably end at tracks 5–10 and 27–36.
Munich – Ingolstadt – Allersberg – Nuremberg
Munich – Landshut – Regensburg (– Schwandorf – Weiden – Marktredwitz – Hof)
München – Landshut – Plattling – Passau
|RE 4||Munich – Mühldorf – Simbach|
|RE 5||Munich – Rosenheim – Traunstein – Freilassing – Salzburg|
|RE 8/RE 9||Fugger-Express:
Munich – Mering – Augsburg – Ulm / (Treuchtlingen)
Munich – Landshut – Regensburg – Schwandorf – Cham – Pilsen – Prague
|RE 50||Munich – Landshut – Regensburg – Neumarkt – Nuremberg|
Munich – Weilheim – Murnau – Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Mittenwald / (– Lermoos – Reutte in Tirol)
|RE 70/RE 76||Munich – Buchloe – Kempten – Immenstadt – Oberstdorf / – Hergatz – Lindau|
|RE 72||Munich – Kaufering – Buchloe – Memmingen|
|RE 74||Munich – Kaufering – Buchloe – Kaufbeuren – Kempten|
Munich – Tutzing – Weilheim – Murnau – Garmisch-Partenkirchen
(every 4 hours: – Mittenwald – Seefeld in Tirol – Innsbruck)
|RB 16||Munich – Ingolstadt – Eichstätt – Treuchtlingen (every 2 hours: – Nuremberg)|
|RB 33||Munich – Freising – Landshut|
|RB 40||Munich – Mühldorf|
|RB 54||Munich – Grafing Bahnhof – Rosenheim – Kufstein|
|RB 55/RB 56/RB 57||Munich – Holzkirchen – Bayrischzell / Lenggries / Tegernsee|
|RB 58||Munich – Holzkirchen – Bad Aibling – Rosenheim|
Munich – Tutzing – Weilheim – Murnau – Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Mittenwald (– Seefeld in Tirol)
|RB 65/RB 66||Werdenfelsbahn:
Munich – Tutzing – Weilheim / – Penzberg – Bichl – Kochel
|RB 68||Munich – Kaufering – Buchloe – Kaufbeuren – Biessenhofen – Füssen|
|RB 86/RB 87||Fugger-Express:
Munich – Mering – Augsburg – Dinkelscherben / Donauwörth
The Munich S-Bahn operates through a separate part of the station as a S-Bahn station on the S-Bahn trunk line (S-Bahn-Stammstrecke) with two tracks and three platforms in the Spanish solution (the island platform is for boarding only and the side platforms are for disembarking), which is in the northern basement at level -2. This station is served by seven S-Bahn lines S 1, S 2, S 3, S 4, S 6, S 7 and S 8 (in service 24/7). The planned construction of a new S-Bahn station as part of the construction of the second trunk line (zweiten Stammstrecke) at level -5 (-41 metres), formerly intended to start in 2006, has been delayed due to financing issues.
At the Hauptbahnhof there are two underground stations of the Munich U-Bahn.