While the U-Bahn and S-Bahn are the most popular modes of transport to get around Munich, the city also has an efficient and extensive bus network covering the majority of the city's most important sights.
The most useful bus route for tourists is line 100, which stops at all of Munich's museums, making for convenient travel between them
Munich's bus network operates daily: most lines run from 5 am to 1 am with buses departing every 10 to 20 minutes. There are also night buses covering the main routes throughout 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 bus network 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. Check out the bus and tram networks on this useful 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.