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Munich Travel Guide

Getting Around Munich

Munich''s city centre is a pedestrian zone, so many of its attractions can be reached on foot. The city''s efficient and integrated public transport system is excellent for getting around beyond the centre; it consists of buses, trams, the U-bahn (subway) and the S-bahn (suburban train) that operate from about 5am to 1am, with hourly buses and trams servicing main routes throughout the night. Tickets must be validated on entering stations or on boarding, and are transferable between all forms of transport, and valid for two hours after being stamped as long as one travels in the same direction. Fares are zone based. There are various day passes available as well as the which covers all transport within the city and includes discounts to the main attractions. Taxis are safe and convenient, but expensive.

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