Train Stuttgart → MunichFrom AU$ 32
travellers in 2015
years of rail travel experience
Travel inspiration in Stuttgart and Munich
Stuttgart, nature lovers will love this city!
Get used to the local Schwäbisch German dialect and mounds of tiny Spätzle dumplings in industrial Stuttgart, birthplace of the motorbike. Cycle along the vineyard-lined River Neckar then crank it up a gear at the Mercedes-Benz factory.
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.
Reviews & ratings Stuttgart - Munich
Travelled in the economy section for this leg. No overall problems apart from the limited space available to store baggage. We were fortunate that there were not a lot of travellers at that point.
Train trip was good once we had recovered from making the connection and nearly having a heart attack!
This part of the trip was excellent but the connection at Stuttgart was impossible. The train was only delayed by 5 minutes but we had to run 10 platforms, up and down stairs with heavy suitcases and the Munich train was just about to pull out. Many people would not have made it.there was no assistance at Stuttgart to help with this. In fact they laughed at our predicament!!what would have happened if we had missed this connection!
A day trip Paris/Reims return. Paid for first class ticket - charged extra booking fee as advised by your company. This seems unnecessary as train was not full either on outward or return journey. Considering cost of first class Eurail pass, a booking fee for every single booking is excessive and should be included, as this information benefits the rail service as much, or more, than the customer. For example, this information would be of great benefit to your catering department.
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)