Travel Recommendation between Munich to Gelsenkirchen

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Last Updated on August 22, 2021

Category: Germany


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  1. Travel information about Munich and Gelsenkirchen
  2. Expedition by the details
  3. Location of Munich city
  4. High view of Munich train Station
  5. Map of Gelsenkirchen city
  6. Sky view of Gelsenkirchen train Station
  7. Map of the road between Munich and Gelsenkirchen
  8. General information
  9. Grid

Travel information about Munich and Gelsenkirchen

We googled the online to find the absolute best ways to go by trains from these 2 cities, Munich, and Gelsenkirchen and we noticed that the easiest way is to start your train travel is with these stations, Munich Central Station and Gelsenkirchen Central Station.

Travelling between Munich and Gelsenkirchen is an amazing experience, as both cities have memorable show-places and sights.

Expedition by the details
Minimum Price€18.8
Maximum Price€18.8
Difference between the High and Low trains Price0%
Trains Frequency15
First train09:00
Last train15:11
Distance641 km
Average Journey timeFrom 6h 0m
Departing StationMunich Central Station
Arriving StationGelsenkirchen Central Station
Ticket typeE-Ticket
Train Class1st/2nd

Munich Rail station

As the next step, you have to order a ticket for your travel by train, so here are some best prices to get by train from the stations Munich Central Station, Gelsenkirchen Central Station:

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B-Europe company is based in Belgium
Only train business is located in Belgium

Munich is a great city to travel so we would like to share with you some information about it that we have collected from Tripadvisor

Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.

Location of Munich city from Google Maps

High view of Munich train Station

Gelsenkirchen Train station

and also about Gelsenkirchen, again we decided to bring from Google as its probably the most accurate and reliable source of information about thing to do to the Gelsenkirchen that you travel to.

Gelsenkirchen is a city in western Germany. ZOOM Erlebniswelt is an expansive zoo with polar bears, lions and red pandas. On the site of a former coal mine, Nordstern Park has architectural features like bridges and an amphitheater on the Rhine-Herne Canal. Schloss Horst is a Renaissance castle, with a museum on life during the 16th century. The Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen has many works by German Expressionists.

Map of Gelsenkirchen city from Google Maps

Bird’s eye view of Gelsenkirchen train Station

Map of the terrain between Munich to Gelsenkirchen

Total distance by train is 641 km

Currency used in Munich is Euro – €

Germany currency

Bills accepted in Gelsenkirchen are Euro – €

Germany currency

Voltage that works in Munich is 230V

Voltage that works in Gelsenkirchen is 230V

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Thank you for you reading our recommendation page about traveling and train traveling between Munich to Gelsenkirchen, and we hope that our information will help you in planning your train trip and making educated decisions, have fun


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