455 km
Departure station:
Alfred-Adler-Straße 107, 1100, Vienna, Austria
Eichenstraße 25, 1120, Vienna, Austria
Arrival station:
Bayerstraße 10A, 80335, Munich, Germany
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High-speed train
4 hrs 0 min
Comfort night train
6 hrs 44 min

Taking a high-speed Vienna to Munich train is one of the most spectacular ways to explore what the picturesque Austrian and German countrysides have to offer. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful panoramas passing by outside the window as a modern bullet train from Vienna to Munich takes you to the destination in a bit over 4 hours. If you opt for a train ride, you avoid complicated check-in procedures and long waiting hours in the airport, as well as make sure that you arrive on time right to the city center, regardless of the current traffic situation. A fast and safe Railjet train boasts up to 7 daily departures and great onboard amenities, including power sockets to charge your devices, complimentary Wi-Fi and newspapers, and comfortable foot/armrests.
Are you planning to take a few days itinerary to Munich? Get ready to the amazing travel experience in advance. Follow Germany trip planner to collect the most fascinating sights and make the most ambitious travel plans of yours come true!

Is the train from Vienna to Munich scenic?

Indeed, the Vienna to Munich train line is quite scenic. Even without a car or stops and detours, you can enjoy the beautiful Austrian and German countryside scenery along your way to mesmerizing Munich.

Which train station in Vienna goes to Munich?

Vienna Hauptbahnhof is served by long-distance and regional trains. So you can find your OBB Railjet or EuroNight train that will carry you to your destination in a comfortable and worry-free atmosphere.

Timetable & Train information

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4 hrs 0 min
Longest travel time:
6 hrs 44 min
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Vienna to Munich Train Review & Rating

Easy and comfortable experience, especially because I enjoy train travel

Bethy W. about traveling from Vienna to Munich