Nuremberg to Munich train

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The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Nuremberg to Munich is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

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Deutsche Bahn
09:081h00
Nuremberg Hbf
10:08Munich Hbf
£411One-way
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Deutsche Bahn
08:111h06
Nuremberg Hbf
09:17Munich Hbf
£411One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
07:581h08
Nuremberg Hbf
09:06Munich Hbf
£451One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
08:591h03
Nuremberg Hbf
10:02Munich Hbf
£451One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
09:001h42
Nuremberg Hbf
10:42Munich Hbf
£451One-way
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Train timetableNuremberg to Munich

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Deutsche Bahn
07:581h08
Nuremberg Hbf
09:06Munich Hbf
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Deutsche Bahn
08:111h06
Nuremberg Hbf
09:17Munich Hbf
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Deutsche Bahn
08:271h15
Nuremberg Hbf
09:42Munich Hbf
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Deutsche Bahn
08:591h03
Nuremberg Hbf
10:02Munich Hbf
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
09:001h42
Nuremberg Hbf
10:42Munich Hbf
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Deutsche Bahn
09:081h00
Nuremberg Hbf
10:08Munich Hbf
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Train times from Nuremberg to Munich

Showing times and prices for 26 Apr

Fastest Journey

1 h

Average

1 h 12 m

Trains per day

6

Distance

150 km

Of the 6 trains that leave Nuremberg for Munich every day 6 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Deutsche Bahn
09:081h00
Nuremberg Hbf
10:08Munich Hbf
£411One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
08:591h03
Nuremberg Hbf
10:02Munich Hbf
£451One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
08:111h06
Nuremberg Hbf
09:17Munich Hbf
£411One-way
0 changes
Deutsche Bahn
07:581h08
Nuremberg Hbf
09:06Munich Hbf
£451One-way
0 changes
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08:271h15
Nuremberg Hbf
09:42Munich Hbf
£451One-way
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I travelled from Nuremberg to Munich with the ICE 529, it was a journey in second class and without a reservation. The train left without delay and also arrived in Munich on time. The journey took just over an hour, which is very fast. The train itself was in very good condition, the inside was very clean. The service on board could not be complained about, the staff was friendly. Unfortunately, there was no wifi on board.
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I travelled from Nuremberg to Munich on the ICE 529. It was a very quick journey, just under an hour. I travelled second class, but I found the carriage no less comfortable than the first class one. The seats were comfortable and there was a power socket. The carriage also has wifi. The train was very clean and well-maintained, but it was a bit late, but I was still able to catch my connecting train. The service on board was good.
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I took the ICE from Nuremberg to Munich. The facilities were great, there was free wifi for the whole journey, which everyone could use, and there was a socket next to the seat where you could charge your mobile phone. In terms of hygiene, it was very clean. The train arrived on time. The price-performance ratio was excellent. The seats were also very comfortable and the train atmosphere was very quiet.
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I travelled from Nuremberg to Munich on ICE 529. The journey was in 2nd class. The train was very clean. Basically, the journey is very fast. The train also left on time, but arrived in Munich with a certain delay. However, I was still able to catch my connecting train. The Deutsche Bahn staff were very friendly. I had access to the wifi, which was stable.
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Finding the track number was no problem, I could orientate myself immediately because everything was very well signposted and described. The booking of the online ticket also went smoothly. This journey from Nuremberg to Munich was very pleasant and orderly. I had no wishes left unfulfilled, there was a snack bar as well as clean seats and toilets. I really liked the punctuality of the train and the journey itself. I think I will use this connection more often in the future, as it is relatively fast and very pleasant for this price. I can recommend this connection as I personally liked it very much.
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The journey was relatively smooth, and pleasant. I didn't really have anything to complain about, the staff were very friendly. There was a bar on the train so you could get snacks. It was pleasantly loud on the train, unfortunately there was no wifi and no electricity. The atmosphere was OK, the seats were clean and relatively soft. The toilet was fine, there were paper towels to dry your hands as well as soap and toilet paper. All in all, a pleasant journey.
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It was a pleasant, beautiful journey that I made there. It only took an hour, but it was really nice and pleasant. There was enough space, there is always fresh air, the train was clean, the seats were not run down. On the whole, a very pleasant journey that I make very often, have been very satisfied so far. The train runs reliably and safely. Only the toilet could be a bit cleaner, otherwise everything is perfect.
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I made the journey with the Deutsche Bahn ICE. The journey was from Nuremberg to Buchloe, with the first stopover in Munich, so I can evaluate this journey. The journey went very quickly and without complications. The train was in a well-maintained condition. The on-board bistro had coffee, which was, however, extremely expensive. The journey is in second class, but this was not much worse equipped than first class. The train arrived on time.
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I took the ICE from Nuremberg to Munich some time ago. The journey was super pleasant. The seats were very comfortable and the train was clean. The volume in the train was pleasant and we were not delayed. Only the staff was very overloaded and the service was therefore not good.
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My train journey from Nuremberg to Munich was very good. The journey was very comfortable! The wifi worked and the whole train was very clean. The price-performance ratio was also right. The only drawback of the trip was the service, which could have been a bit better.
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It was actually a very good journey, but unfortunately I had booked at far too short notice and so the ticket was much more expensive than if I had booked it earlier. You should always bear this in mind! Otherwise everything was fine. There was working wifi and sockets that I could use to charge my mobile phone. The toilets were hygienic. I didn't have to change trains and the train was on time. Apart from the price, I am satisfied
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I had always assumed that travelling by train was always associated with loud shouting and noise, but this is far from the case. Everything was very quiet on my journey, both the train and the passengers. So quiet, in fact, that I was able to sleep, which I was very happy about. The seats are also comfortable and there is wifi. The price-performance ratio is fair in my opinion. Even as a woman, I felt safe and can only recommend it!
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The return journey was very positive, just like the outward journey. There was good wifi and plenty of options for charging electronic devices. Another positive aspect is that I was able to book my ticket conveniently online. The sanitary facilities and the train itself were very clean. In my opinion, the ticket price was very fair. Overall, I have nothing to criticise about the journey. Conclusion: Recommendation.
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On the whole, I was quite happy with the journey, but one negative point was that the train was unfortunately not on time and so I had a long wait at the station. Otherwise everything was fine, the seats were comfortable and the service was also satisfactory.
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The journey was very fast and quiet. You could sit comfortably. The seating area was clean and the staff were friendly. As on the return journey, there was working wifi and working power sockets. The sanitary facilities were also clean and full. But again, although it was less money this time, I don't think the value for money is right as it's only an hour's drive. But otherwise satisfied.

Overview: Train from Nuremberg to Munich

distanceDistance93 miles
durationAverage train duration1 h 2 min
priceAverage train ticket price£47 (€52)
frequencyTrain frequency50 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 50 direct trains a day
carriersTrain companiesDeutsche Bahn or FlixTrain

Trains from Nuremberg to Munich cover the 93 miles long journey taking on average 1 h 2 min with our travel partners like Deutsche Bahn or FlixTrain. Normally, there are 50 trains operating per day. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this route for as low as £24, but the average price of train tickets is £47. Travellers depart most frequently from Nuremberg Hbf and arrive in Munich Hbf.

Train companies: Deutsche Bahn and FlixTrain trains Nuremberg to Munich

You can travel by train between Nuremberg and Munich with Deutsche Bahn and FlixTrain for as low as £23. When you search for timetables and tickets, Omio will show you the best trip.

Deutsche Bahn (DB) is the main operator of train services in Germany, making on average 40,000 journeys per day. A special feature of Deutsche Bahn is its wide range of ticket types, savings offers including Super Saver, Saver, and Flexible fares and discount cards like the BahnCard 25, 50 and 100, which you can also use for your train between Nuremberg and Munich. DB uses different types of trains such as the ICE (Intercity Express), IC (Intercity), EC (Eurocity), IRE (Interregio-Express), RE (Regional Express) and RB (Regionalbahn) on its routes, which differ in terms of comfort and the time required to travel. For example, while toilets are standard amenities, services like an onboard restaurant or free WiFi are only available on certain trains.

Deutsche Bahn from Nuremberg to Munich train information:

  • Average Duration: 1 h 2 min
  • Cheapest Price: £23
  • Deutsche Bahn frequency: 50 a day

Train Nuremberg Munich

Trains from Nuremberg to Munich are a comfortable and affordable way to travel between these two historical and important cities. Thanks to the relevance of both destinations and frequent travel between the two, there are multiple train services every day. Deutsche Bahn is the only company that operates a train from Nuremberg to Munich and the only routes available are direct trips between the two. These routes start operating early in the morning and run at regular intervals throughout the day until the last train leaves close to midnight. The distance covered along the route is close to 150 km (92 miles) and the average travel time on these services is about 1h 10min, with the quickest journey taking around 1h 05min, and the longest taking close to 1h 30min.

Nuremberg to Munich Train Time: Daily Departures

Thanks to the importance of both of these cities and the popularity of travel between them, multiple trains from Nuremberg to Munich operate every day, with close to 62 trains running every day. These services are all operated by Deutsche Bahn, the leading train service in the country and departures start as early as 4:50 a.m. each day and run until around 11:40 p.m. The train schedule from Nuremberg to Munich is quite consistent throughout the week, with a slight drop in frequency on Saturdays and even more of a drop on Sundays. There are roughly 530 services between these cities every week. The best way to get to the daily schedules page is to choose your departure and arrival points at the top of this page, select the dates you want to travel, and click on the search button.

Boarding your train Nuremberg Munich

Nuremberg Hbf is a large and busy station that can be overwhelming for first-time visitors. If you haven't used the station before, consider arriving at least 30 minutes before your train departure. The access to the train services is on the ground level, with street access. If you have a large amount of luggage and need lifts, use the West Tunnel and make your way to the end of the tunnel on the opposite end to where the Burger King is. Keep your ticket handy to scan and gain access to the platform. There are electronic display boards all around indicating which platform your train will be on and when it's arriving. When your train Nuremberg - Munich arrives, you'll be notified over a loudspeaker and on the display boards. Make sure you board as soon as possible. Doors will close about two minutes before the service departs.

Nuremberg: Historic Old Town.

Nuremberg: Historic Old Town. Source: Shutterstock

Where do trains from Nuremberg to Munich depart and arrive?

All trains from Nuremberg to Munich depart from the same station and arrive at the same station, with no changeovers or stopovers en route. The departure station for these routes is Nuremberg Hbf, which is the major railway station serving the city and one of the biggest and busiest in the country. It's located in the heart of the city centre, just off of Frauentorgraben and is well-connected to the rest of the city through public transport like trains and buses, as well as local taxis. Nuremberg Hbf is attached to a shopping centre, which is home to all of the amenities you could need, including retail shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, and more. You'll also be able to draw money at the ATMs or exchange money at the currency exchange services.

The arrival station for your train to Munich from Nuremberg will be the Munich Hbf, which is the only major station in the city and the calling point for all trains going in and out of Munich. It's also located in the heart of the city centre and provides access to the rest of the city via the Metro, buses, and taxis. The station is home to various facilities, including refreshment facilities, shops, and toilets.

When is the best time to book your train ticket Nuremberg Munich?

If you're looking for the cheapest train from Nuremberg to Munich, you'll be able to find cheap tickets early in the morning. The cheapest route of the day is usually the first train in the morning, around 4:50 a.m. on weekdays. On weekends, the most affordable ticket is usually for the train departing around 9:30 a.m. There are more frequent routes offered during the work week. If you want to visit Munich at the best time, it's usually most alive over the weekend. Consider booking tickets for late on Friday evening or early Saturday morning.

What to see between Nuremberg and Munich?

As these routes are all direct trips, there isn't any opportunity to jump out and explore other parts of the country. There are various things worth seeing on the route though, and take note of for the next time you're in the area. One of the first towns you'll pass by en route to Munich is Limbach, home to the famous Festplatz Schwabach Limbach fairground. As you round the corner heading towards Rednitzhembach, you'll be a short distance away from the Kuntsweg Rednitzhembach Museum, which is well worth a visit sometime. From there, you'll head down towards Buchenbach, and pass by the Kulturfabrik in Roth, before heading out to Georgensgmund, home to Planetenweg Georgensgmund. Halfway through the trip, you'll come across Ingolstadt, home to Kreutzer, Volksfesplatz, and the German Museum of Medicine History. You'll also cross over the Danube River before making your way down to Reichertshofen. Before approaching Rohrbach, you'll round the corner and be a short walk away from Alpenblick Fahlenbach. One of the last places you'll catch a glimpse of before landing at the Munich Hbf is the Kulturprojekt Munchen cultural centre.

Information on Munich Hbf

To start with, Munich Hbf goes by numerous names, including Munich Central Station, Munich Hauptbahnhof, and Munchen Hauptbahnhof; they're all the same place. The major railway terminus serving the city and the point of call for almost every train coming in and out of the city. It's a hub of transportation in Munich and offers various links to the rest of the city through taxis, buses, trams, and the Metro. Because the station is so big and difficult to navigate, be sure to look at the overhead signs to find your way around and get to where you need to go. If you're hungry when you arrive, you're in luck. There are an incredible array of food stalls and restaurants available in the station. It's also home to various ATMs, ticketing machines, currency exchange, retail stores, toilets, and more.

Night Trains Nuremberg Munich

Over the last few years, night trains have surged in popularity thanks to them being quieter and more comfortable. Many passengers will jump at the chance to catch a few winks while they travel between cities. Unfortunately, because the distance between these two cities is so short, no specific night trains operate along these routes. The best you'll get is a fast train from Nuremberg to Munich travelling at night with fewer passengers. The last train in the evening is usually your best bet for this. It typically departs between 11:30 p.m. and 11:40 p.m. every day, including weekends.

Deutsche Bahn Nuremberg to Munich

Deutsche Bahn is the only provider for services between these cities. There is a high-speed train from Nuremberg to Munich operating regularly from around 4:50 a.m. every day until the last train leaves around 11:40 p.m. Over the weekend, the schedule is a little less frequent but there are still close to 60 services every day operated by the company. There are close to 500 or more train services a week between Nuremberg and Munich. Deutsche Bahn is one of the most reliable train companies on the continent and is well known for the speed and comfort of its services.

Trains from Nuremberg to Munich: Sustainable Travel

When it comes to sustainability, many climate experts will suggest that choosing more eco-friendly ways to travel is one of the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint. Aside from walking and biking, train travel is the most sustainable way to move between destinations. They only produce around 3% of global transport emissions and can reduce your emissions by up to 70% compared to cars and planes. The more efficient use of space trains offer means more people can travel on a single journey, which reduces the fuel use per passenger.

Train Nuremberg to Munich: Services on Board

All of these trains are provided by the same company and have the same onboard services:

  • You'll have the choice of First Class or Standard tickets. First Class offers more comfortable seats, more legroom, and in-seat service.
  • There is no weight limit to the luggage you can take on board, but you must be able to carry the luggage yourself. You are responsible for the security of your luggage.
  • Food is available on the trains, but you'll be charged for what you eat or drink
  • Pet travel is allowed. If your dog doesn't fit in a pet carrier, you will be charged for an extra ticket. The dog must be on a leash or in a carrier at all times.
  • You can take your bike with you on all services but you'll need to purchase a bike ticket, which is subject to availability.
  • Deutsche Bahn is committed to providing accessible travel to those with limited mobility or other disabilities. You must contact the company a few days in advance to arrange the assistance you need.
  • Seat reservation is available for First Class passengers.

When to book your train tickets from Nuremberg to Munich?

There are a couple of ways to make sure you get the best Nuremberg to Munich train price and the first is to book as early as possible. These tickets go on sale 60 - 90 days ahead of time and increase in price as the departure date draws closer. Searching with flexible dates in mind is a good way to find random deals offered by the company on different days. Avoid high-speed services if you want to save money and travel during the week. There are more options during the week too. If you have a student card or are a senior citizen, there are different discounts available for you.

To Munich by Train: Travel Tips

As the Bavarian capital and a city with cosmopolitan city life, diverse cultural influence, and beautiful Alpine traditions, Munich is one of the most travelled destinations in the world and offers tourists a wealth of experience and enjoyment through various activities and sights. One of the biggest drawing factors of the city is its rich historical significance, dating back hundreds of years. The square in the city centre along has stood there for more than 800 years. The Alpine surroundings and nearby untouched villages offer some incredible sights and a breath of fresh air compared to the hustle and bustle of major cities. If you're a football fan, even better, since Munich is home to one of the most celebrated clubs in the world and one of the top teams in any league, FC Bayern Munich. Not only does the city have beautiful surroundings, a rich history, and sport to fall back on, but it's also home to some of the most sensational contemporary art galleries in the world, spread out across the city. Have a look at our Munich Window Seat guide for some tips and tricks on things to do in the city, including:

  • Alte Pinakothek
  • Englischer Garten
  • St Peter’s Church
  • Marienplatz
  • Neues Rathaus
  • Asam Church
  • Bavarian National Museum

Munich: skyline of Marienplatz - Town Hall.

Munich: skyline of Marienplatz - Town Hall. Source: Shutterstock

What are the other cities you can go to from Munich?

Thanks to the popularity of Munich, it's one of the most well-connected cities in the world, with train services to several major cities inside and outside of the country. Jump on a train from Munich to London and explore one of the most visited cities in the world in under 8 hours. If you're keen to see Austria, you could be in Vienna in just under 4 hours, which is also one of the most popular routes around. Head to Germany and see the bustling city of Berlin in around 5 hours, or take a trip to Greece and visit Athens. The opportunities are endless.

FAQs: Nuremberg to Munich train

FAQs: Travel by train from Nuremberg to Munich easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Nuremberg to Munich.
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Cheap train tickets from Nuremberg to Munich can start from as little as £24 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Nuremberg to Munich is £47; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the Nuremberg to Munich train time is 1 h 2 min   covering the 93 mile long journey, but the journey time can vary depending on specific dates or if traveling on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Nuremberg to Munich leaves at 07: 02. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Nuremberg to Munich leaves at 22: 58.
There are 50 trains a day from Nuremberg to Munich which require at least one change with Deutsche Bahn or FlixTrain. Schedules can vary on holidays or weekends with fewer trains.
Take the Nuremberg to Munich train with Deutsche Bahn or FlixTrain. However, it's always good to check out all possible train providers for the trip to Munich from Nuremberg as there might be differences in the amenities they offer.
No, there are no night trains, the latest train for this route is 22: 58.

When departing from Nuremberg, you have various train station options to start your journey from including Nuremberg Hbf, Nuremberg and Nuremberg Flughafen. When arriving in Munich, you can end your route in train stations like Munich Hbf, Munich Airport Terminal station and Munich Ost.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Nuremberg Hbf, which is located around 1 mile (1.6 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Munich Hbf, located 1.3 miles (2.1 km) away from the city centre.

The cheapest month for a train from Nuremberg to Munich is April.
You have options as you can travel between Nuremberg and Munich 2 different ways: train or coach.

Important Stations and Airports in Nuremberg and Munich

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Nuremberg Hbf is the most popular Nuremberg railway station for Omio travellers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Nuremberg for your journey to Munich.
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