Westbahn now runs more frequently between Vienna and Munich

Westbahn Stadler Kiss III (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Westbahn Stadler Kiss III (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Westbahn now runs more frequently between Vienna and Munich

Westbahn Stadler Kiss III (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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At the beginning of April, the Westbahn started its direct train connections from Vienna to Munich. After just over 100 days, the private railway is expanding its timetable to six daily trains in each direction as of August 2nd, thus connecting the Danube metropolis with the Isar metropolis even more often.

After departures from Vienna Westbahnhof at 6.10:8.10 a.m., 10.10:12.10 a.m., 16.10:18.10 a.m., XNUMX:XNUMX p.m., XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. and XNUMX:XNUMX p.m., the Westbahn continues with its usual stopping schedule to Salzburg and from there without a scheduled stop to Munich East. A few minutes later, the journey ends at the Holzkirchner wing of Munich Central Station.

"The constantly growing demand confirms that our direct connections are interesting for many travelers. We connect Vienna and Munich in 3 hours 43 minutes - and tickets for a journey with the Westbahn on this route are available from 23,99 euros. This makes us not only the only private operator that drives long-distance traffic to and from Munich, but also the fastest and cheapest provider on this route", says Thomas Posch, Managing Director of Westbahn.

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