Posts tagged u bahn
Getting around in #Munich-5 things to do

Munich is very well connected through it's excellent public transport system (öffentliche Verkehrsmittel) called the MVV consisting of underground metros, trains, buses and trams. You don't need a car  to get around the city because in Munich you are never more than a few minutes away from an underground, bus or a tram stop. It is good to know that the S Bahn is the regional train service in Munich and the U Bahn is the underground metro. 

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Arriving in #Munich:some useful tips!

It was the middle of May and my first ever break abroad after quitting my job. I flew Lufthansa as always reaching Munich airport in the early afternoon. I followed the signs at the airport to the Lufthansa Shuttle, an inexpensive and comfortable way to get to the center of Munich. One way ticket costs €10.50 but if you want to take the shuttle back, it is better to buy a return ticket at a reduced price of €17. You can either book the ticket online or get it on the bus itself. The bus leaves every 20 minutes and passing through Munich-Schwabing...

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Studying German in style at Goethe

GI_weltweit. I was in #Munich, Germany where I had enrolled myself for a #GermanLanguageCourse at the #GoetheInstitute,Sonnenstrasse25 fabulously located in walking distance from #Marienplatz and #Kaufingerstrasse–one of Germany's busiest and most expensive '#Einkaufszentrum' (as they say in German) or Shopping Center in the heart of Munich. I was wondering at the co-incidence of having three Hallhuber shops (two at Kaufingerstrasse and the third one at Stachus Passagen...

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