Munich's underground railway network, the U-Bahn, has 8 lines serving almost 100 different stations around the city. Discover how to get around on it!
First operating in 1971 as a way of modernising Munich's public transport system before the 1972 Olympic Games, the U-Bahn is a rapid transit rail network with eight lines serving 96 different stations.
The U-Bahn operates daily from 4:15 am to 1 am, with trains running every 5 to 10 minutes. On Fridays, Saturdays and the nights before public holidays, trains run all through the night.
Tickets for Munich's public transport network are the same for every mode of transport. Prices range from €2.90 for a single ticket covering one zone, and from €6.70 for a one-day travelcard around the inner city area. Check out all the different options on our guide to Ticket prices and travelcards in Munich.
Munich U-Bahn map
The best thing to do to find your way around Munich is to plan your route on a map of the public transport network. You'll find the main tourist attractions, the airport and both the U-Bahn and S-Bahn lines on this handy map which you can download and save on your mobile device!
The Munich public transport network also has a free app that you can use to plan your journeys around the city: MVV-App.