Train

Take the train Die Länderbahn at the station Deggendorf Hbf.

The journey takes approximately 9 m. The travel distance is 9 km.

Carrier is Die Länderbahn.

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Get off at the Plattling.
Take the train Deutsche Bahn Regional at the station Plattling.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 35 m. Ticket price is about €22. The travel distance is 138 km.

Carrier is Deutsche Bahn Regional.

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Get off at the München Hbf.


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Bus

Take the bus FlixBus at the station Deggendorf Hbf.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 18 m. Ticket price is about €7. The travel distance is 84 km.

Carrier is FlixBus.

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Get off at the Regensburg Hbf.
Take the bus FlixBus at the station Regensburg Hbf.

The journey takes approximately 2 h Ticket price is about €9. The travel distance is 127 km.

Carrier is FlixBus.

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Get off at the Zob.


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Drive

In a rental car. See on this site which rental company has the best deal.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 16 m. The travel distance is 146 km.

Get off at the Munich.


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The cheapest way to travel from Deggendorf to Munich is by taking a Rideshare with an average price of €7. The journey takes approximately 1 h 46 m.

Drive is the fastest way to travel from Deggendorf to Munich. Tickets cost €7. The journey takes approximately 1 h 16 m.

Deggendorf is approximately 146 km away from Munich. The trip by car takes 1 h 16 m.

The average journey time by car between Deggendorf and Munich is 1 h 16 m.

What to Do in Munich

Munich

Munich, Germany is a beautiful city with so much to see and do. The city boasts many iconic attractions like the Bavarian Parliament Building and Hofbräuhaus, as well as some lesser-known gems. Here are a few things you should definitely check out when visiting Munich: The Isar River flows through the center of Munich, forming an impressive visual backdrop for everything from shopping districts to parks. Visit Olympiapark to find nature on one side of the river and world-class facilities like the Olympic Stadium on the other. If architecture is your thing, head to Marienplatz for some of Munich’s most stunning neo-Gothic landmarks. Just steps away from the square is the Staatliche Antikensammlung München – one of Europe’s largest collections of ancient art.