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"Travel from Bern to Munich in comfort & style on a EuroCity train. Competitive fares are offered for this route. Bern is the capital of Switzerland and an amazing city to visit on your trip. The city is known for its laid back and relaxed atmosphere as well as exhaustive list of things to see and do. Once you start exploring, you'll discover you don't want to leave! One of our favorite things to do is stroll through the well-preserved medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the iconic clock tower - one of the city's most important attractions. Relax for a bit as you wander through the gorgeous Rose Garden - you can also get some spectacular views of the city from here. The BearPark is a great time for families - but you don't have to be a kid to enjoy this park, adults enjoy watching the bears too! In addition, many like to visit, the Einstein House, the Granary, the Cathedral of Bern, the Prison Tower and the numerous fountains found within the city.
The most direct route to travel from Bern to Munich is to take an InterCity train from Bern to Zurich and then change to a EuroCity train from Zurich direct to Munich. Total travel time is just over 5 hours.
Munich is set at the foot of the Bavarian Alps. There is pretty much something for everyone to see and do in Munich. There are many tourist attractions that await your visit such as the Rathaus-Glockenspiel, located in the Marienplatz - the main square and The Church of Our Lady. For those with a special interest in sports, be sure to visit the Olympic stadium - it was used as the main venue during the 1972 Summer Olympics. Soar to the viewing platforms of the Olympic Tower for breathtaking views of Munich and beyond. Some other notable sights to see include the iconic Hofbrauhaus, the National Theater and Royal Palace and the Pinakotheken art museum. The Viktualien market, with its eye-catching colorful stalls, is also well-worth a visit. Munich is most well-known for its Oktoberfest and Christmas Markets - which should not be missed if you happen to be there when these festivals are happening!"