zob munich -Im Design des futuristischen Bauwerks finden sich so Spuren unterschiedlichster Beförderungsmittel, die insgesamt eine Hommage an das Reisen an sich darstellen und den Urlaub schon am Busbahnhof beginnen lassen. Dies ist die gesichtete Version , die am Über Rolltreppen oder Aufzüge gelangen Reisende in das erste Obergeschoss, wo sich die Einkaufspassage mit Einzelhandels- und Gastronomieflächen befindet, die dem ZOB einen flughafenähnlichen Charakter verleihen. Bitte helfen Sie uns weiter. Nach jesolo lido zuruck 1. Es gab etwas zum essen und trinken im griechischen Lokal in der oberen Etage des Terminals, fast alle Leute stehen, sitzen auf dem Boden oder Koffer, keinerlei Sitzgelegenheit, kein Getränkeautomat für Kaffee oder Tee, Anzeigetafel habe ich nach längerer Suche gefunden, viel zu klein und es werden nur Abreisen für die nächsten 1,5 Stunden angezeigt. Neben seiner Rolle als zentraler Verkehrsknotenpunkt des nationalen und internationalen Fernbusverkehres dient er als Einkaufszentrum. Wenn ja, von wann ist er besetzt?
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Andechs monastery Day trip to Salzburg? Stamping machines Entwerter are found at the entrance to the S-Bahn or U-Bahn platforms, and inside buses and trams look for a small blue machine with a black "E" on yellow ground.
In most other German cities, passengers can validate tickets on the train; however, this is not the case in Munich, so be sure to validate your ticket before boarding any U-Bahn or S-Bahn train.
Public transportation operates with limited service from The U-Bahn does not operate at all during this time, and trams and some buses operate only in one hour intervals from Monday to Friday and on minute intervals on the weekend.
On Friday, Saturday and nights before public holidays, there is a single S-Bahn on each line between So if you're staying out late, try to get the schedule of the so-called Nachttram night tram in advance or do not leave the place before The public transportation agency has a journey planner app called MVV-Companion journey planner for public transport in Munich.
All apps are available for Android and iOS for free. This ticket is good on weekdays If you travel on a weekend, exploring Munich and taking a regional Deutsche Bahn train to another city anywhere in Germany on the same day, consider getting a Deutsche Bahn Schönes—Wochenende Ticket.
This ticket covers all DB regional train travel and a few public transportation systems within the country for up to five people for a single weekend day up to Like Hamburg , Munich for some bizarre reason still clings to the Bahnsteigkarte of yore.
A Bahnsteigkarte is a ticket for those who wish to enter the platform area for which you'd usually need a ticket but don't want to take a train.
This might for example be necessary if you want to pick someone up from a U-Bahn. While Hamburg's Bahnsteigkarte costs an entirely reasonable thirty cents, Munich shows just how wealthy it is in charging the outrageous price of forty cents.
Bahnsteigkarten are valid for an hour from being stamped. Guided tours are available, or for the independent-minded, rentals and maps are available at Munich Central Station Bikes can also be rented by the Call a Bike system, which is run by Deutsche Bahn.
You need to register before you can use the service. To rent a bike, call the number shown on it from your mobile phone. The service is convenient, as you just spot an available bike throughout the city and just leave it at your destination.
However, this is not an economical alternative if you are planning many trips in a single day. In that case, it is better to get a day or multi-day rental from one of the rental services located throughout central Munich.
In addition to the fixed bicycle rental stations, three floating services are available: O-bike , Donkey Republic and nextbike.
The advantage is that you can drop your bicycle off anywhere you want as long as it's on public domain and not in someone's way, so you don't need to scout for a station all the time.
A smartphone with Internet access and a camera to scan QR-codes is however required to use these services. You can also rent a bike from They also offer guided bicycle tours.
Munich is generally a bike-friendly city, with many designated bike lanes especially along river Isar, in the parks and even in the city centre.
The English Garden is a very big park is also best explored by bike. Rates of accidents involving bicycles are rising in Munich, hence, the police is enforcing traffic rules for cyclists more rigorously, especially at the beginning of the bike season in spring.
Drunk cycling can result in hefty fines and even in detention. Helmets are not required for cyclists, but are recommended. As everywhere in Germany, Munich taxi cabs can easily be recognized by their beige color and the yellow-black taxi sign on the roof.
Taxis can be found at taxi stands throughout the city, at train stations and at the airport. It is also possible to flag down a taxi if it is not occupied or to call one of the many taxi companies of Munich.
Prices are regulated by the city government. It is generally a bad idea to explore Munich by car. Traffic is heavy especially during rush hour, and parking tends to be close to impossible.
Moreover, many landmarks and areas of touristic interest are in the inner city, and close to the historic city centre with its pedestrian area parking space is scarce and expensive.
Driving may be an option for visiting some of the attractions in suburban Munich like the Bavaria Film Studios or for making day trips to cities and lakes outside of Munich.
But Munich is known as Germany's "commuter capital", and you can get stuck in long-lasting traffic jams on suburban access roads during the rush hours.
Munich has three ring-roads: However, during rush hours these rings are often congested, too. In July and August when people from the rest of Germany, northern Europe and the Benelux countries travel to the beaches of the Adriatic Sea and back home half of them towing a caravan you're almost guaranteed to get into traffic jams around Munich.
There may be additional restrictions, e. Throughout the city centre there are "blue zones". The meaning of other colours is as follows:.
The best options are public parking decks which are widely available in the centre. However it can take some time to find a free parking spot.
Parking garages are indicated with blue rectangular signs with a capital white "P". Usually a green sign indicates that there are free spots while a red sign indicates that the car park is full.
The city has a car park routing system which shows you where you can find a parking slot. Outside the historic city centre where the colour scheme isn't used , parking along the streets is mostly only allowed for residents with a special parking permit.
The police may tow your car away if it obstructs the traffic or endangers other people. Watch out for fire brigage access roads which are marked with small signs reading " Feuerwehrzufahrt ".
There is no stopping and standing, parking will result in immediate towing. If your car has been towed away contact the next available police station.
A constant harassment are the private towing companies that guard private parking spaces such as those of supermarkets.
Their fines can easily double or triple the police's fines. Munich offers visitors many sights and attractions. There is something for everyone, no matter if you are seeking arts and culture, shopping, fine dining, night life, sport events or Bavarian beer hall atmosphere.
The listings in this section are just some highlights of things that you shouldn't miss, if you are visiting Munich.
The complete listings are found on individual district pages. Four grand royal avenues of the 19th century with magnificent architecture run through Munich's inner city.
It is dominated by neo-classical buildings such as the Alfons-Palais at Wittelsbacherplatz, which today serves as global headquarters of Siemens AG.
The avenue is framed by mostly neo-Gothic buildings influenced by the English Perpendicular style. Several museums can be found along the avenue, such as Haus der Kunst , the Bavarian National Museum and Schackgalerie.
The avenue crosses the Isar and circles the Friedensengel monument passing Villa Stuck. The vast majority of landmarks commonly associated with Munich can be found within the bounds of Altstadt , and include the imposing Neues Rathaus new Town Hall with animated figurines, as well as the old one, the Frauenkirche cathedral whose twin, "salt and pepper shaker" towers are an unmistakable symbol of Munich, the royal palace of Residenz and many more historic buildings.
The Maxvorstadt adds more magnificent buildings housing many of the museums the city is famous for. For more lavish palaces and gardens, take a trip out to Nymphenburg or Schleissheim.
As Munich has been a rich and large city for centuries, and it has been almost completely rebuilt after World War II, you will find historic buildings throughout the city, also in districts like Haidhausen and Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt.
That said, as the city's regulations stipulate that no building can be taller than the Frauenkirche towers, and the amount of land available for any additional construction is limited, you will not find much contemporary architecture in the city, and most of the post-war buildings are quite unremarkable residential and office blocks.
One exception would be the BMW complex in the North of the city , known for its unique shape. Bavaria's kings transformed Munich into Germany's art capital during the 19th century, and it is still home to world-class collections and museums.
The Kunstareal in Maxvorstadt includes 16 museums, 40 galleries and 7 art schools. An equally impressive collection of museums is to be found in the very centre of the city.
The renowned Deutsches Museum of science and technology is to be found further south in Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt , and there are interesting museums to be found also on the other bank of the Isar in Haidhausen.
Another museum of global reputation is the impressive BMW Museum , documenting the history of Munich's famous car manufacturer, in the northern part of the city , where you will also find the Nymphenburg palace.
Most of Munich's museums are closed on Mondays, except for the Nyphemburg and Deutsches Museum — and also the Neue Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne, which instead close on Tuesdays.
Hence, the best way to plan your itinerary is to visit the museums on days other than Monday and use Monday to explore the city.
Despite being one of the most densely populated cities in Germany, you can enjoy several large urban parks in Munich, especially in the warmer months.
The most known is the English Garden in the North of the city. Also of note are the Olympiapark at the site of the Olympic Games further northwest and the Munich Zoo, southeast of the centre.
Oktoberfest is the world's largest beer festival, lasting for 16 to 17 days and usually ending on the first Sunday in October. In , the festival ran from 22 Sept to 7 Oct.
In it will run from Sat 21 Sept to Sun 6 Oct. Oktoberfest, known locally as Wies'n , is sited at Theresienwiese, a huge meadow 1.
Munich is a very culturally active city, and you will find many theatres showing a wide variety of performances. You will find most of them in the Altstadt , Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt and Maxvorstadt.
While you may not find many plays in languages other than German, the many opera, ballet and musical shows can be enjoyed regardless of your language knowledge.
If you want to see a movie, keep in mind that foreign movies are normally dubbed with German voices.
Adverts will generally indicate if the movie will be shown in its original version i. In the movie theatre right next to subway station Stiglmaierplatz, named " Cinema ", they play all movies in the original language.
Other options are the " Museums Lichtspiele " or the big Multiplex cinema " Mathäser " at Stachus, which usually show 1 or 2 movies in their original version.
Munich is a leading centre for science and research, with a long list of Nobel laureates from Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen in to Theodor Hänsch in It hosts two world-class research universities, several colleges and the headquarters, and research facilities for both the Max-Planck and the Fraunhofer Societies.
Munich is one of the best places to go shopping in Germany. Opening times in Germany are regulated by the federal state law.
Please see the district articles for actual shop names, here is a list of the highest shop concentrations:. For fresh food markets, visit the Viktualienmarkt in the Altstadt or the Elisabethmarkt in Schwabing.
There are many of these Christkindlmärkte , or Christmas fairs  , including the large Tollwood, but also smaller markets, where you can buy Christmas biscuits Lebkuchen , souvenirs and the typical Glühwein hot mulled wine.
Throughout the city regular markets are well worth the visit when they are taking place and a Saturday morning must when the sun is shining!
The flea markets in Munich can be exceptional in that they are generally genuine private citizens selling their unwanted belongings with a minimum of commercial interest.
In addition to the weekly offerings, you'll find several neighborhood 'courtyard fleamarkets' events in the summer months.
Visitors can count themselves lucky since Munich is home to everything quintessentially Bavarian. If you are able to just enjoy one meal in Munich you should try Schweinsbraten roasted pork or Schweinshaxe roasted pig's knuckle.
Beer gardens typically serve Bavarian food. Having dinner in a beer garden is a great opportunity to get a beer garden and a culinary experience at once.
If you only fancy a snack, almost every butcher sells Leberkässemmeln , a white roll filled with a thick warm slice of "Leberkäse" — which, despite its name, contains absolutely no liver nor cheese, but consists of a mixture of veal, pork, spices and a hint of lemon zest baked in an open pan and traditionally served with a sweet and grainy mustard.
Regardless of where you enjoy them, they are all traditionally made with fine quality all natural ingredients. The same applies for the amazing range of bread which can be bought at any bakery.
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