Train Paris → MunichFrom AU$ 59
- Departure station : Paris est (Place du 11 novembre 1918 75475 Paris)
- Arrival station : Muenchen hbf (Bayerstr. 10a 80335 Munich)
Muenchen pasing (Pasinger Bahnhofsplatz 9 81241 Munich)
travellers in 2015
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Main stations in Paris and Munich
Paris Gare de l’Est Train Station
Address: Place du 11 novembre 1918 75475 ParisOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 1am
Saturday and Sunday: 5am to 1am
Public holidays: 5am to 1am Trains operating in and from this station:
High Speed trains and Regional trains
SNCF rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons, Car Parking, Lockers, Wheelchairs and boarding ramps, Business lounges & waiting rooms, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Places to eat in the station, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Munchen Pasing Train Station
Address: Pasinger Bahnhofsplatz 9 81241 MunichOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Railway staff, Phone cabins, Toilets.
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.
Travel inspiration in Paris and Munich
Travelling by train from Paris to Munich
Thanks to high speed trains like the TGV France-Germany and the ICE, travellers can reach Munich from Paris in under 6 hours. Both trains are equipped with comfortable seats and restaurant cars.
Located in Paris, the Paris Gare de l’Est railway station is an important transport hub. Paris Gare de l’Est railway station is connected to other public transportations. Munich Pasing railway station is found in Munich. It is served by the train operating on the Paris to Munich route.
Is a train ticket better or a rail pass? Travelling only a couple of time from Paris to Munich, the train ticket is ideal, cheaper and more convenient. A train ticket from Paris to Munich includes your seat reservation if you are travelling on board a high speed train, international train, scenic train or night train. Regional trains do not require a seat reservation. For more trips from Paris to Munich, and to visit more of a region or country, a rail pass including France and Germany is better.
Discover Paris and visit other cities by train
Paris is top destination for travellers looking for a shopping spree. The French city is rightly known as the fashion capital of the world.
Reviews & ratings Paris - Munich
Taking the train between cities in Europe is a very civilised way to get about. While its not necessarily cheaper than flying, it is far more relaxed. The great part is that you are travelling from the centre of one city to the centre of the next and thus don't require transfers to and from airports. Pre-booking your seat makes a lot of sense for a little bit extra.
Train doesn't stop long at station. All those getting off - get off! Then those getting on can do so! Also better communication on platform of where carriages will line up would help a lot. However, very smooth and enjoyable trip once you get on. Power outlets were most appreciated. Would travel again and easier next time having done it before..
Travelling by rail is better than by plane. The cabin was comfortable and we had our own sink and beds, however the booking process from Australia was terrible.
We travelled on the over night train the conductor was very helpful helped us on with our case's and served breakfast next morning with a smile. We had a room with bunk beds (the room was a little small) but had a wash basin where we could freshen up.
This was great as we had our compartment to ourselves. The problem is other passengers drift into the area and leave their bags and suitcases in the aisles which is difficult to get around when you have to alight.
Because we had to change trains to continue our journey we also had to change stations. We had used the Paris underground previously so this wasn't a problem, but do your homework if it is your first trip. It's not difficult but can be stressful if you don't know your way around. After a 7 hour journey, the train was 4 minutes late into Munich and an apology was given over the PA system. If only Australian trains could run so smoothly. Train travel in Europe is a great option.
I would recommend this mode of transport from Paris to Munich. Excellent trains, reliable clean and fast. As the train station is near the centre of the city transport to hotels is quick and easy.
Had an excellent, comfortable trip from Paris to Munich. There was ample space for luggage, and a powerpoint to charge my phone/laptop. Food was served at my seat, and the meal was included in the price of the ticket - very convenient!
Train trip was good once we had recovered from making the connection and nearly having a heart attack!
TGV is the train that I heard long time ago, I now have experienced it, it is truly good!
The trip was great, on time, quiet and comfortable. It was thoroughly enjoyable - although the toilets, as always on trains, were typically smelly. I love travelling by train in Europe and would choose it over flying. (From Australia)
The print at home ticket facility made it a simple matter to cancel and rebook a different route when I found out at the last minute our itinerary had to change. The refund was handled efficiently by Rail Europe and I commend them for their great customer service. The trip Paris to Munich on an upper deck coach of the TGV gave us an excellent view of the countryside. The seats were comfortable, the train was very quiet and smooth at speeds up to 315kph and best of all, no airport type queues for security, customs or baggage. We arrived 15 minutes before departure and disembarked exactly on time. We found it very good value for money and a travel experience which was much more than just getting from A to B.