Getting around MunichAlthough we supply all our stags with transport to activities, sometimes you’ll want a little time to explore yourself. Much like Berlin and Hamburg, getting around Munich is brilliantly efficient and so easy to do. No matter where you're trying to get, there's a number of options open to you. With an underground (U-Bahn) and overground (S-Bahn), as well as trams and buses, you'll be able to hit some of Munich's top sites with ease. The S-Bahn suburban lines go through the city centre and the Central and East Stations with top tourist sites, such as Marienplatz and Karlsplatz. The trains, buses and trams only require one ticket, available from blue boxes at stations and stops, or at many local kiosks. However, these tickets need to be stamped at the station before boarding, or else you'll be facing a fine! Tickets aren't expensive though, a one day ticket for the inner city will cost around €6.