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Old 06-01-2004, 06:13 PM
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train from airport to ED pickup BMW

I looked and looked and perhaps I'm just an idiot....but what trains (subway) do you take from the Munich airport to ED pickup place?
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If I remember correctly you need to take the S-8 to Marienplatz where you will need to switch trains and take the U-6 up to the Friemann stop. The whole trip should take less than an hour.
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If I remember correctly you need to take the S-8 to Marienplatz where you will need to switch trains and take the U-6 up to the Friemann stop. The whole trip should take less than an hour.
That is correct. That information is in the pocket public transportion map that comes in your ED packet called "The quickest way to your new BMW". It also includes directions for walking from the train station to the ED center.
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Or check near the end of this thread . I found the pictures to be very helpful as you may initially think you are in the wrong place.
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If I remember correctly you need to take the S-8 to Marienplatz where you will need to switch trains and take the U-6 up to the Friemann stop. The whole trip should take less than an hour.
Or another alternative is to take the Lufthansa bus (which leaves about every 10 minutes from the airport) to the stop next to the Marriott/Renaissance Hotels. Nordfreidhof train station (the U6) is right there and you can take it just 2 stops up to Friemann. Bus ride is about 30 minutes and the train ride will be another 10 minutes.
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Or another alternative is to take the Lufthansa bus (which leaves about every 10 minutes from the airport) to the stop next to the Marriott/Renaissance Hotels. Nordfreidhof train station (the U6) is right there and you can take it just 2 stops up to Friemann. Bus ride is about 30 minutes and the train ride will be another 10 minutes.
Can anyone tell me where else the Lufthansa bus goes/stops? We are staying at Hotel Torbrau and wondered if it went anywhere close.
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Can anyone tell me where else the Lufthansa bus goes/stops? We are staying at Hotel Torbrau and wondered if it went anywhere close.
http://www.lufthansa-terminal2.com/en/airportbus.pdf
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[QUOTE=MARCUS545]http://www.lufthansa-terminal2.com/en/airportbus.pdf[/QUO
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Thanks Marcus: Just as I thought after finally finding that web page last night. So it's Lufthansa bus to Hbf and taxi straight to Torbrau (Or we may walk!). Thanks.
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