How to take a train journey from Wien/Vienna to München/Munich

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Wien / Vienna to München / Munich by train

Despite the comparatively short distance it's possible to travel by day or night when taking the train from Wien/Vienna to München/Munich.
The first daytime train of the morning, is usually scheduled to arrive in München/Munich around 10:00, but the overnight train will take you there in time for breakfast, with an arrival before 06:30.

There are also now two options for travelling during the day by train as Westbahn services now provide an alternative to travelling on the Railjet trains and they also depart from a different station in Wien/Vienna.

Routes you can take to go from Wien / Vienna to München / Munich

When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.

Choose one of the following options:

Route Information

Option 1: travelling by Raijet

Route Information

Option 2: travelling by Westbahn
Station Guides
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The main station building at Munchen Hbf
München Hbf/Munich main station Rail Station Guide
Travel Time (approx)

4hr 3min


3 - 6 x trains per day (see the notes below)

Travel Info

Until Aug 1st:
Mon - Friday = 4 x trains per day
Saturday = 3 x trains
Sunday = 4 x trains

From Aug 2nd:
Mon - Saturday = 6 x trains per day
Sunday = 5 x trains

Route Information

Option 3: travelling by EuroNight
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