You can find on this page the Munich metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Munich metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Munich in Bavaria - Germany.

Metro map Munich

Map of Munich metro

The Munich metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Munich metro. This metro map of Munich will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Most Munich metro lines operate with trains running at intervals of every 5 minutes during peak hours, but due to lines overlapping a suitable train for a journey can be as frequent as every 2 minutes as its shown in Metro map Munich. Outside of peak times lines operate trains at frequencies of every 10 minutes, however around the commencement of operation and after midnight the line frequency decreases to every 20 minutes or more on most lines, again with line overlap this means that a suitable train will arrive (often much) more frequently. Munich U-Bahn uses three different generations of electric multiple unit trains. The stock of over 550 trains is shared between all lines. Most lines are serviced by trains of 3 class A or B units or one class C unit (Langzug, "long train") during the day.

In 1980, Munich metro U1 commenced operation together with U8 (now U2). At the beginning it was only operating on a section of U2 track. When the branch to Rotkreuzplatz was opened, it became a separate line. Today the U1 has a length of 12.2 km as you can see in Metro map Munich. It starts at Olympia-Einkaufszentrum in the district of Moosach. The U3 was extended to the same station (but on a different level) in 2007. On the way south it follows Hanauer Straße to Georg-Brauchle-Ring, which has been designed by Franz Ackermann, reaching Westfriedhof. The route of line U2 has undergone more changes than any of the other Munich underground lines. It also changed its name as it was first called U8. It is the only line that runs or ran on all three "line families" (U1/2, U3/6 and U4/5). Today it has a length of 24.4 km. Construction of line U3 was speeded up significantly when Munich became the host city of the Olympic Summer Games 1972. In 1969, the network concept, only adopted one year earlier in 1968, was revised and the U3 was re-cast as a branch of the U6 serving the Olympic grounds.

With only 9.3 km and 13 stations, Munich metro U4 is the shortest U-Bahn line as its mentioned in Metro map Munich. This line has originally been planned as U9 and is the only line that operates with either 2- or 3-train sets rather than the full 3-train set. The exceptions are Fridays in the late afternoon and during the Oktoberfest. U5 currently starts at Laimer Platz, an extension to Pasing or to Blumenau is planned but not to be constructed in the near future. The total length currently is 15.4 km. U6 is the oldest U-Bahn line in Munich and also features the oldest tunnel built: The tunnel below the Lindwurmstraße (between Sendlinger Tor and including the station Goetheplatz) was already built 1938-1941 as part of a planned S-Bahn network. For this reason, Goetheplatz has a platform longer than 120 m. Today the line has a length of 27.4 km. U7 is a new booster line was opened on 11 December 2011 along with the new tram extension to St. Emmeram. U7 line runs between Westfriedhof and Neuperlach Zentrum via München Hauptbahnhof and Innsbrucker Ring: it shares the lines with U1 (Westfriedhof - Kolumbusplatz), U2 (München Hauptbahnhof - Innsbrucker Ring) and U5 (Innsbrucker Ring - Neuperlach Zentrum).

Munich subway map

Map of Munich subway

The Munich subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Munich subway. This subway map of Munich will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Munich en Bavaria - Germany. The Munich subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Munich U-Bahn (German: U-Bahn München) system is an electric rail rapid transit network in Munich, Germany. "U-Bahn" is the German contraction for Untergrundbahn or "subway." It is operated by the municipally owned Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft (the Munich Transport Company) or MVG. The network is integrated into the Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund (the Munich Transport and Tariff Association) or MVV and interconnected with the S-Bahn system. Most stations have two tracks with an island platform between them. Only the stations Olympia-Einkaufszentrum (U1), Richard-Strauss-Straße (U4), Neuperlach Süd (U5), Garching-Hochbrück and Nordfriedhof (both U6) have side platforms as you can see in Munich subway map.

There are currently 6 subway lines in Munich: U1: Olympia-Einkaufszentrum - Rotkreuzplatz - Central Station - Sendlinger Tor - Kolumbusplatz - Mangfallplatz. U2: Feldmoching - Harthof - Scheidplatz - Central Station - Sendlinger Tor - Kolumbusplatz - Giesing - Innsbrucker Ring - Trudering - Messestadt Ost. U3: Moosach - Olympia-Einkaufszentrum - Olympiazentrum - Scheidplatz - Münchner Freiheit - Odeonsplatz - Marienplatz - Sendlinger Tor - Implerstraße - Obersendling - Fürstenried West. U4: Westendstraße - Heimeranplatz - Central Station - Karlsplatz (Stachus) - Odeonsplatz - Lehel -Max-Weber-Platz - Arabellapark. U5: Laimer Platz - Westendstraße - Heimeranplatz - Central Station - Karlsplatz (Stachus) - Odeonsplatz - Lehel - Max-Weber-Platz - Ostbahnhof (East Station) - Innsbrucker Ring - Neuperlach Süd. U6: Garching-Forschungszentrum - Fröttmaning - Freimann - Studentenstadt - Münchner Freiheit - Odeonsplatz - Marienplatz - Sendlinger Tor - Implerstraße - Harras - Klinikum Großhadern. U7: Westfriedhof - Gern - Rotkreuzplatz - Maillingerstraße - Stiglmaierplatz - München Hauptbahnhof - Sendlinger Tor - Fraunhoferstraße - Kolumbusplatz - Silberhornstraße - Untersbergstraße - Giesing Bahnhof - Karl-Preis-Platz - Innsbrucker Ring - Michaelibad - Quiddestraße - Neuperlach Zentrum as its shown in Munich subway map.

Munich subway network has 100.3 km (62.3 mi) of active lines and 100 stations (In 2009, 351 million passengers rode the U-Bahn as its mentioned in Munich subway map. The trains operate at speeds up to 80 km/h, which is the top speed among German U-Bahns. There is no continuous operation during the night (break from 1 to 4 am, 2 to 4 am on weekends) except on special occasions such as New Year Eve. Only one line, the U6, crosses the municipal border to the town of Garching. Except for the lines U5 and U6, all lines operate completely below ground. U5 only comes above ground at the south terminus Neuperlach-Süd, U6 on the northern section from Studentenstadt (except Garching and Garching-Forschungszentrums stations and tunnels). There are three "line families", which consist of two lines (not counting peak hour lines) that share a common track in the city centre. The schedules of these lines are coordinated in a way which yields regular train intervals on the common section.