When travelling by train, never forget to keep your ticket with you: make sure to print it out in advance or to download the mobile version if allowed.
With such a long journey, you could take into account travelling by plane, which is not necessarily more expensive. Doing so, you will shorten the distances and you will be able to enjoy more time in Munich.
What are the departure and arrival stations in Berlin and Munich?
The trains to Munich will leave from Berlin Hbf (tief), Berlin-Spandau, Berlin Ostbahnhof (S), Berlin Südkreuz or Berlin Gesundbrunnen and will arrive at München Hbf or München Ost.
How many train connections are there from Berlin to Munich every day?
160 connections are available every day to travel from Berlin to Munich by train. Please know that there are 94 routes which include at least one change versus only 54 routes which are direct lines. Consequently, please notice that even if the trip is longer, a ticket with one change is sometimes much more efficient especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last moment. We strongly recommend you to select a ticket for a direct line if you prefer not to change trains.
How long do you need to get to Munich by train?
With the fastest connections you will be in Munich in 4 hours and 56 minutes, but on average it takes 6 hours and 29 minutes. The first train headed to Munich is at 05:09, while the last one leaves Berlin at 21:09.