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from Munich to Venice

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To get from Munich to Venice on Sep 20 we recommend taking a train because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

11:34AMMunich Hbf6h51 06:25PMVenice Santa Lucia
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$981One-way
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06:23AMMunich Hbf7h51 02:14PMVenice Santa Lucia
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$841One-way
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12:17PMMunich Hbf7h47 08:04PMVenice Santa Lucia
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11:34AMMunich Hbf6h38 06:12PMVenice Mestre
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11:34AMMunich Hbf6h51 06:25PMVenice Santa Lucia
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Sun
Sep 19
$123ÖBB | Euro City (EC)
$53Flixbus
$238Air Dolomiti
Mon
Sep 20
$87Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
Tue
Sep 21
$74Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
Wed
Sep 22
$74Deutsche Bahn
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$168Eurowings
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Sep 23
$74Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
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Sep 24
$74Deutsche Bahn
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$168Eurowings
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Sep 25
$87Deutsche Bahn
$56Flixbus
$208Air Dolomiti
Sun
Sep 26
$50Deutsche Bahn
$52Flixbus
$208Air Dolomiti
Mon
Sep 27
$58Deutsche Bahn
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$168Eurowings
Tue
Sep 28
$58Deutsche Bahn
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$268Air Dolomiti
Wed
Sep 29
$58Deutsche Bahn
$46Flixbus
$168Eurowings
Thu
Sep 30
$50Deutsche Bahn
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$305Air Dolomiti
Fri
Oct 1
$58Deutsche Bahn
$46Flixbus
$168Eurowings
Sat
Oct 2
$87Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
Sun
Oct 3
$50Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
Mon
Oct 4
$50Deutsche Bahn
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$208Air Dolomiti
Tue
Oct 5
$47Deutsche Bahn
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$186Air Dolomiti
Wed
Oct 6
$47Deutsche Bahn
$41Flixbus
$186Air Dolomiti
Thu
Oct 7
$50Deutsche Bahn
$46Flixbus
$168Eurowings
Fri
Oct 8
$58Deutsche Bahn
$37Flixbus
$208Air Dolomiti
Sat
Oct 9
$58Deutsche Bahn
$37Flixbus
$186Air Dolomiti

Travel Information between Munich and Venice

distanceDistance189 miles (305 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight, bus or train
priceTicket price range$37 - $199
cheapestCheapest modeTrain • $37 (€30) • 9 h 14 min
fastestFastest modeFlight • $199 (€159) • 1 h
carriersPopular travel companiesAir Dolomiti, Flixbus or Trenitalia

Travel 189 miles (305 km) by flight, bus or train from Munich to Venice. If speed is a priority, then a flight is the best option with an average duration of 1 h; whereas, if saving money is more important, then a train is the best option with prices starting as low as $37 (€30). The most popular travel companies which serve this trip are Air Dolomiti, Flixbus or Trenitalia among others. Travelers can even take a direct train from Munich to Venice.

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Travel from Munich to Venice: Journey Details

Travel from Munich to Venice can be made by plane, train or bus. Flying is the quickest method of transport while bus and train routes have similar journey times.

Return trips from Venice to Munich are also available.

Walking Around in Venice

Walking is the best way to see some of the most beautiful sites in the city of Venice. Situate yourself at the Academia Bridge near the Gallerie dell' Accademia to take a walk through the heart of the city. Find the gondola stand and from there walk towards the Rio de San Trovaso canal. Take a moment to enjoy the scenery as you cross the bridge at the Calle della Toletta. Walk along the Calle della Toletta and stop at one of the many coffee shops along the way for a delicious hot cappuccino or espresso. You will soon arrive at Campo San Toma and from there can head north towards the Campo San Polo and the Campo San Silvestro. There, you will see the Rialto Market, which is the oldest fish and produce market in Venice. Take a break from your walk to explore the market, and taste some of the unique produce of the region. Next, cross over the famous Rialto Bridge and stop at a cafe to enjoy a delicious pastry and reflect on all the fantastic things you have seen on your walk around the city of Venice.


Eating In Venice

With its close proximity to the Adriatic sea, Venetian cuisine gives great importance to using simple but fresh local ingredients. Before dinner, visit any nearby bacari wine bar for aperitivo hour, where you can sample light but savory snacks like Cicchetti. Similar to Spanish tapas in design, Cicchetti are small dishes of fried food, such as the ever-popular olive ascolane - fried green olives stuffed with meat. Variety and affordability is the name of the game during aperitivo hour, so if deep-fried isn't your thing, you can also try tramezzini, which is a crustless sandwich stuffed with any filling of your choice (think tuna, artichokes, ham, cheese, etc.). As Venice is surrounded by water, you'll have no shortage of fresh seafood options at your disposable. You can't go wrong with baccalà mantecato, a creamed cod paste served on bread, or sarde in saor, an antipasto made with sardines, sweetened raisins, and lots of wine, both rich in seafood flavor. For dinner, eat like a Venetian by ordering polenta, made of boiled cornmeal and served either as a side dish or a main meal. Once again, variety is key, as you can order polenta with a number of toppings, ranging from hearty vegetables to red meat and seafood. As for dessert, you can't visit Venice and not eat gelato - by far the most popular and tasty option around. Buon Appetitot!


Best Time to Visit Venice

With its Mediterranean climate and winding canals traversing the expanse of the city, Venice makes for a beautiful destination - which is why it is one of the most popular cities in Europe. Venice's charming waterways see thousands of visitors throng its streets and hotels. Peak season is between June and August and with the heavy foot traffic and higher hotel rates, its best to visit Venice in other months. The best times to visit Venice are the shoulder seasons from March to May, and September to early October. Although the weather during these periods is sometimes lower, there are generally fewer crowds, and hotels are more affordable. Among the biggest events in Venice is the Venice Carnival, which is held in late February through early March. With the mist rising from the lagoon as the city comes to life from its winter lull, the popping colors from the festival costumes, and the elaborate masks and events surrounding the carnival, this period offers travelers a remarkable sight. Families, friends, or individuals traveling to Venice will have something to write home about as they enjoy the picturesque city with a rich history, grandiose architecture, and iconic design.


Public Transport in Venice

The public transportation system in Venice is unique in that most of the transport is via boat. ACTV is the public transport company in Venice, and it offers a wide variety of boat options to get visitors from one end of Venice to the other. Some of the boat options included are vaporettos (motorboats), battelli fornei (larger motorboats to get to the islands), and ferries. There are one hundred and twenty floating stations throughout Venice and thirty different lines to take visitors to every part of the city. It is wonderful to truly see Venice while you explore the different attractions of the city. Venice also offers a bus service that connects Pizzale Romo and the mainland, as well as buses to the airport. Public transport tickets include access to all the ACTV boats and buses. Visitors can buy a one day, two day or seven day pass, and passes can be purchased in advance online, or from one of the many ACTV booths located at attractions throughout the city. Children under five can travel for free on the boats and there is a discount available for senior citizens.


How to get from Munich to Venice

The Best Way According to our Users

Whether it is for business or leisure, in order to travel from Munich to Venice, 97,21% of our customers choose the train as their preferred mode of transportation. By traveling by train on this route, you can enjoy the comfort of spacious seats, spectacular views—and in some cases free Wi-Fi—in both second and first class. Our customers have decided that the train is the best way to get from Munich to Venice and have chosen to enjoy this fast, safe and efficient way to arrive at their destination. Taking the train also avoids long lines or potential expenses for transfers to/from the station—especially since most main railway stations are located in the city center. Train companies in Europe vary from country to country, but most of them offer high-speed train routes, therefore when you add up at the end-to-end journey time, the train is often also the fastest way to get to your destination.

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Buses from Munich to Venice

Flixbus operates 2 buses from Munich to Venice every day with departures at just after 7:00 a.m. and around 11:00 a.m. One is direct and takes 7.5 hours, while the later one takes 13.5 hours with a change at Milan. Departures are from Munich ZOB and arrivals at Venice Tronchetto Station. Munich ZOB is centrally located near the main train station and on the S-Bahn system as well as having local bus and taxi services. Venice Tronchetto is linked to the city's pedestrianized heart by the Elevated People Mover.

Trains from Munich to Venice

Deutsche Bahn operates 4 trains from Munich to Venice per day with journey times of around 7 hours. The train at around 11:30 a.m. is direct while one other morning and two afternoon trains have connections at Verona and Rosenheim. Trains leave from the centrally located Munich Hbf and arrive at either Venice Mestre Station on the mainland or at Santa Lucia station, linked by water bus to the city center. Taxis are available at Munich Hbf and Venice Mestre.

Flights from Munich to Venice

Lufthansa offers 5 direct flights from Munich to Venice per day with overall journey times of about 4 hours. The first flight leaves around 6:00 a.m. with the last departure at about 7:30 p.m. Flights depart from Munich Airport and land at Venice Marco Polo airport, both with excellent transport links to their cities as well as taxis and car rentals.

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Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Munich
Venice
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the train station and what is the best way to get there?
This station is within walking distance of the city centre and is connected to other parts of the city by public transport.<br>Metro lines U1, U2, U4, U5, U7, U8<br>Bus lines 58<br>Tram lines 16, 17, 20, 21, 22
How long does it take to get from the train station to the city centre?
This station is a 5-10 minute walk from the city centre.
München Ost
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