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Travelling from the north:

Motorway A95 – end of motorway
Main road B2 – (Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen)
Main road B23 – (Augsburg – Garmisch-Partenkirchen)

Travelling from the south:

A12/E60 Inntal Motorway
B2/E533 Mittenwald - Klais - Kaltenbrunn - Garmisch-Partenkirchen 

German Rail offers a fast, attractive and environmentally friendly way of travelling to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. On weekends, direct express connections arrive from Hamburg, Dortmund and Cologne. A regional train runs hourly from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

If you prefer to have your car with you during your holiday, „AutoZug“ (car transport train) connections to Munich are available from Hamburg, Hildesheim, Berlin and Düsseldorf.

If you prefer to travel by plane, you can fly to either Munich, Stuttgart, Memmingen, Innsbruck and Zurich. Local agencies (car rental, bus companies, travel agencies) are happy to organise your journey from the airport if required.

By the way: Munich „Franz-Josef-Strauß“ airport is only 120km from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck airport is even closer - only 60km away.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is also serviced by comfortable MFB Flixbus long-distance buses. Bus line 040 runs six times per day directly to and from Munich and Innsbruck. There are also five direct connections to and from Munich airport every day. In Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the buses stop at the train station forecourt.

Tickets to/from Munich are available from €6 and to/from Innsbruck from €5. Munich ZOB (central bus station) also provides connections to many other Flixbus direct lines throughout Germany. So you can travel to Garmisch-Partenkirchen from numerous German cities, such as Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Wurzburg, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Karlsruhe, Saarbrucken, Freiburg, Heidelberg, Essen and Mannheim, with only one change.

The exact schedule for the long-distance bus line is available here.

Getting around in Garmisch-Partenkirchen without a car is no problem. A local area "GaPaCard" (spa-card) allows you to travel on local buses and in Winter on the so-called Snow Express train Bavaria-Tyrol for free. You can buy the spa-card from your renter. For excursions in the surrounding area you can travel by regional bus (RVO) or the German Rail.

Of course, we can also help you rent a car or a bike – or book a taxi:

Der RVO-Bus verkehrt im Landkreis Garmisch-Partenkirchen auf dem folgenden Streckennetz (rote Busse, Linien 9606 Oberammergau bis Wieskirche/Steingaden, 9608 Mittenwald/Kochel, 9622 Linderhof).

Für Besitzer der GaPa Card ist die Fahrt kostenlos.
Gäste mit der GaPa Card können den Gästebus Bayern-Tirol (Garmisch-Grainau-Ehrwald und zurück) kostenlos benutzen.

Hier gibt es den Fahrplan.

In 2010, the Bavarian cabinet selected Garmisch-Partenkirchen as one of three model communities for electromobility. The central goal of the research project, "e-GAP Electromobility Model Community", is an integrated mobility concept to test whether these innovative technologies can also be used effectively in everyday life.

The regional Centre of Competence for Electromobility coordinates this multitude of projects and also creates a fertile foundation for the sustainability of these research topics. Furthermore, it supports the research participants within the context of networking, events and communication.
The e-GAP promotional project supports the goal of a sustainable tourism destination and is laying the first cornerstone in the area of innovative and future-oriented mobility.

Free charging station for e-cars 

You don’t have to buy a parking ticket thanks to the fact that e-vehicles are allowed to park free of charge on public parking spaces throughout the town. Just click here to print your special parking permit and put the parking disc (because of the maximum parking time) in your vehicle so that it is easily visible from outside.