Train Munich → BolognaFrom AU$ 45
- Departure station : Muenchen hbf (Bayerstr. 10a 80335 Munich)
Muenchen ost pbf (Orleansplatz 10 81667 Munich)
- Arrival station : Bologna centrale (Piazza delle Medaglie d'Oro, 2 40121 Bologna)
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Main stations in Munich and Bologna
Munchen Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Bayerstr. 10a 80335 MunichOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 3am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 3am to 1:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains, International trains
Tourist Information Point, Customer Service, Lost and found, Business lounges and waiting rooms, Banks and currency exchange, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Munchen Ost Train Station
Address: Orleansplatz 10 81667 MunichOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 6am to 12am
Saturday and Sunday: 6am to 12am
Public holidays: 6am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Railway staff, Lost and found, Luggage storage, Assistance for disabled persons, Internet access.
Travel inspiration in Munich and Bologna
Munich is one of the most popular destination in Europe and Germany. The city is the capital of the Bavaria state. Munich is world known for its beer and the famous Oktoberfest. Home to the BMW Welt and the FC Bayern, Munich is a city with something for everyone! More than that, Munich is an important centre for art, culture and international affairs. The city is clean, safe and has an efficient transport system. Being an open and joyful city, Munich is a leisure paradise with a splendid view over the alps. Munich is easily reached by train from Paris, Berlin and Zurich.
In Bologna , let yourself be surprised
Student city Bologna’s past lives on in its towers , churches and palaces and the interlocking piazzas and colonnades of blood-red brick: the colour of Bologna’s greatest gift to students everywhere – spaghetti Bolognese.
Reviews & ratings Munich - Bologna
We booked a train trip for the view through the Brenner Pass and that was amazing. However, there was no help with luggage, even though we booked first class, the first class compartment had eight seats, yet the business had six..go figure? There was only 15 minutes between connecting trains at Bologna, and our first train was 10 minutes late, 5 minutes to run through a station down three escalators, with heavy luggage ain't much fun, and no help to get on the train, and we had to put the luggage on a rack above head height. Next time we will fly!
We booked a train trip for the view through the Brenner Pass and that was amazing. Finding the Hertz office to return our car was not easy. The station had no signage to indicate what platform we should go to, and the staff were not overly helpful. There was no help with the luggage, we actually had someone offer help, but he then wanted 20 euros, another lesson learnt! We booked first class....but the compartment had eight seats, compared to six in business.....go figure? Good for the view but a plane next time....we should have flown back as the return journey was not really good at all.
The booking was easy, however the fact that if you misplace your tickets they can not be replaced, is archaic. You are warned about no replacement, but this service if not good - this needs to be improved. The train trip in itself was good, however also be warned that if you are traveling with a large suitcase, there is no where for it to be stored, this would have been difficult had the train been full of passengers.
The booking was easy, however the fact that if you misplace your tickets they can not be replaced, is archaic. You are warned about no replacement, but this service if not good - this needs to be improved. The night train was good,facilities good, not a lot of room for your luggage storage - travel light, we didn't