How to get to Oktoberfest?

Don’t come by car! Just don’t.

This is how you can get there by public transport:

Taking the U-Bahn to Theresienwiese

The lines U4 (green) and U5 (yellow) take you from, for example, Odeonsplatz, Karlsplatz/Stachus, or Hauptbahnhof directly to Theresienwiese in a few minutes. For those for whom Theresienwiese station is too busy, you can travel one stop further to Schwanthalerhöhe.

The U3 (orange) and U6 (blue) go from Odeonsplatz, Marienplatz or Sendlinger Tor, arriving in approx. 5 minutes at Goetheplatz or, one station further, Poccistraße. From here it is just a few minutes walk to the east and south entrances to Oktoberfest.

Taking the S-Bahn to the Wiesn

The main S-Bahn lines (S1 to S8) all go to Hackerbrücke: for example, it’s 2 minutes from Hauptbahnhof, 5 minutes from Marienplatz, and 10 minutes if you get on at Ostbahnhof. From Hackerbrücke station you can comfortably walk to the main entrance of Oktoberfest in 10 minutes. You can’t get lost, simply follow the people in Dirndls and Lederhosen!

Taking the bus and tram to Oktoberfest

There are some bus lines you can take to Theresienwiese:

MetroBus line 53 to Schwanthalerhöhe

MetroBus line 58 to Georg-Hirth-Platz, Beethovenplatz or Goetheplatz

MetroBus line 62 to Hans-Fischer-Straße, Poccistraße or Herzog-Ernst-Platz

StadtBus line 134 to Theresienhöhe or Schwanthalerhöhe

And of course you can get the Straßenbahn, which is called the “tram” in Munich.

Lines 18/19 to Holzapfelstraße or Hermann-Lingg-Straße

Lines 16/17 take you to Hackerbrücke, from which you can walk to Oktoberfest in 10 minutes.

Public transport overview:

U-Bahn (Subway)

S-Bahn (Suburban train)



Tickets, timetables and connections:, the app MVG Fahrinfo München, the MVV-App or Munich Journey Planner.

Taking a taxi

If your taxi driver doesn’t know where the Oktoberfest is: Get out immediately.