Munich is a key transport hub, connecting central, eastern and south-eastern Europe via an excellent railway and road system.
Munich Airport is a prominent European aviation hub, serving around 210 destinations worldwide. In 2019, both passenger numbers (48 million) and cargo transport hit new highs. The airport is equipped with all the latest technology, and prior to the pandemic some 340,000 tons of freight passed through here annually. By 2022, commercial air cargo reached 258,857 tons again.
New Central Station
Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), Germany’s second largest passenger train station, is currently undergoing a major upgrade. The main building, the northern side wing, and the forecourts are being modernized or reconstructed, and will have extra commercial space. Deutsche Bahn, the federal government and Free State of Bavaria are also expanding and improving all aspects of rail transport in the western and eastern parts of the city center.