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Augsburg. How to get there by plane, train, bus, car. Practical info


Splendid city at the forefront, along the suggestive Romantische Strasse, Augsburg represents the perfect union between innovation and tradition. A Renaissance city, among the most beautiful in all of Bavaria.

Beautiful monuments and attractions. Magnificent buildings. Beautiful squares. Events and events of international appeal and, of course, good Bavarian cuisine. And, just to not miss anything, great citizens who have given prestige to the city.

So, the ingredients are all there so that a holiday in Augsburg does not go unnoticed.

Get in Augsburg



The Franz Josef Strauss International Airport, It is an excellent base for those wishing to reach the city by plane. The airport is just under 90 km from the city, and 28 km from Munich. It is well connected, with direct flights, with the main European and extra-European destinations.

Directly at the airport, following the appropriate directions, you reach the S-Bahn suburban railway stop. From this, you have to get to München Hauptbahnohf, the Central Railway Station from which the IC trains leave for Augsburg. The journey from the two train stations takes just half an hour. The ticket costs € 19.90 in total. Using the regional train, instead of the intercity, you save around 50%.


Augsburg HBF is the Central Railway Station, which serves the Bavarian city. Medium and long distance trains pass through the main German destinations. Numerous Intercity and ICE allow you to reach Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Berlin. The TGV line, departing from Munich, goes as far as Paris, Gare de l’Est.
The ICE Intercity Express train, takes about 6 hours from Berlin to reach the city of Bavaria.

EuroCity and CityNightLine trains arrive in Budapest, Vienna and Salzburg.


An excellent solution to reach Augusta is by bus. Flixbus, a leading company in road transport, offers truly competitive rates for traveling throughout Europe. The quality is truly excellent; you will travel aboard modern vehicles, equipped with all comforts: large seats, wifi, electrical sockets and air conditioning. All info from this link.


Augusta can be easily reached by car. Whether you want to get there directly, or make a stop, perhaps along the suggestive “Romantic Road“. The city is just 80 kilometers from Munich, and 170 kilometers from Nuremberg. From Berlin, the distance of about 600 km, can be covered in less than half a day, taking appropriate breaks.
From Austria, there are about 227 kilometers that separate it from Salzburg and over 550 from Vienna.

The Italian Milan is, however, 470 kilometers away. Those traveling by car, in addition to the necessary precautions, do not forget to purchase the appropriate badges, where applicable.

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