From Munich to Paris Train Tickets

Munich to Paris by DB - ICE - The German High Speed Trains

The ICE. Deutsche Bahn's fastest train: The ICE (Intercity-Express) is the fastest and most comfortable way of travelling on the Deutsche Bahn network, reaching speeds of up to 320 km/h, and new standards of excellence.

1st Class
DB 1st classA quiet atmosphere, ample space and comfortable seating await you on board our ICE services – ideal for working or relaxing

In 1st class you can use your time constructively by preparing for a business meeting or use the time simply to relax. If you want to take the opportunity to work while travelling, there is a desk available at your seat that can be used for business activities between your destinations. The spacious and comfortable seating offers lots of legroom and ample distance from your neighbours.

Many seats have laptop power points and specially designated areas provide interference-free enhanced mobile phone reception. Look out for the mobile phone symbols in the carriages.

Quiet zones are reserved for passengers who want to travel in peace. Experience the feeling of being personally attended to in 1st class. Our specially designated staff are there to welcome you with a smile and help you with any questions you may have regarding your seat or luggage.

At-Seat service
We want you to feel comfortable throughout your whole journey. Special staff have been assigned for 1st class passengers at the train stations and on board the ICE trains and are happy to look after and attend to each individual passenger.

2nd Class
A comfortable journey guaranteed: All ICE trains offer a wide selection of seats. All ICE trains are user and family-friendly, offering special facilities for the disabled and changing stations for families with young children.

The ICE. Deutsche Bahn's fastest train: The ICE (Intercity-Express) is the fastest and most comfortable way of travelling on the Deutsche Bahn network, reaching speeds of up to 320 km/h, and new standards of excellence.

The different trains
DB Bahn’s first ICE made its debut in 1991 and today there are 5 varieties. ICE 1,2,3,T, and Sprinter. Each operates between several major cities including international destinations in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Cross platform interchanges from ICE to ICE are possible at many stations without long walking distance in between. The comfort and convenience of the ICE are sure to win you over. ICE trains are fully air-conditioned and have a low noise level

Munich Hbf to Paris Hbf by DB - ICE

DB Offers:
up to 40% Promo Fare
Special Passholder Fare

For booking, click or touch in corresponding fare. All fares in US Dollars per person.
Fare Description Railway Option 2nd Class 1st Class
Promo Fare (3 days in advance) ICE One Way $ 104.00 $ 174.00
Promotional fare
Book at least 3 days in advance.
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
No refundable
Exchangeable at train station,
prior book date.
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
  Roundtrip $ 191.00 $ 319.00
Flexi (full fare - exchangeable) ICE One Way $ 207.00 $ 340.00
Flexi fare (full fare)
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
80% refundable up to 1 day before departure date
Exchangeable up to 1 day before departure date
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
  Roundtrip $ 395.00 $ 649.00
Child (4 - 11 years old) ICE One Way $ 94.00 $ 155.00
Child fare
Child: between 6 and 11 years old (inclusive)
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
80% refundable up to 1 day before departure date
No exchangeable
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
  Roundtrip N.A. N.A.
Passholder (requires a valid rail pass) ICE One way $ 22.00 $ 48.00
Passholder fare
Requires a valid rail pass that includes Germany.
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
No refundable
No exchangeable
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
  Roundtrip $ 43.00 $ 96.00
Trip Duration: 6:40 hrs.
Departures from Munich: 6:25
Departures from Paris: 15:25

Ticketless - How use your etickets:

As soon as your booking have been processed, you will receive a booking confirmation, including a PNR number (reservation code) , by email.

How retrieve your etickets at train station:

Proceed to the self-service kiosks available in the German train stations.

If retrieving from a kiosk at a Regional-Station (S-Bahn) (example: Frankfurt Airport) please click on the "DB" button and then select "long distance" from the following menu in order to get to the correct prompts to retrieve your ticket.

  • In the selection menu on the screen, please press “Pre-booked tickets".
  • On the next screen, select “Collection of Pre-booked tickets”.
  • On the following screen, select “Identification with Order Number”.
  • Enter your e-ticket # or PNR, which is a 9-digit number combination uniqueto your trip, and is included in the email confirmation you receive from Euro Railways.
  • On the next screen, select “Confirm”. This screen shows all the information related to the order you have selected.
  • Then, select “Print Now” and retrieve the ticket(s).  

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Important: Arrive at the train station at least 20 minutes prior to your departure time to allow ample time to print your tickets and board your train.

Also, the etickets retrieve instructions are sent attached with the booking confirmation email

a) Seat Reservations: The train tickets include the seat reservations.
b) Promotional Fare: No refundable. Exchangeable at train station prior the booked trip date.
c) Adult Full Fares and Children Fares: Children fare are valid for persons under 12 years old. Children under 4 years old travel free. 80% refundable up to 3 days before the travel date. When printed tickets should be returned to our office. *Exchangeable at train station.
d) Seat Reservations, Passholder fare: Requires a valid rail pass. We only can book it for travelers who have purchased their rail passes through our company. No refundable. No exchangeable.
e) All tickets are subject to confirmation. The tickets have a variable horizon for booking, normally 60 to 90 days within trip date. A booking confirmation will be sent as soon as the booking have been processed.
f) All fares are per person in US Dollars, subject to to change before the booking processing
g) E-tickets: The way for retrieve or use instructions will be sent with the booking confirmation by email. The tickets should be retrieved and printed at train station or printed at home as instructed in booking confirmation.
h) Physical Tickets (optional): The tickets are sent by FedEx, with the selected shipping option to the informed shipping address.
i) Tickets Protection: An good option for you travel in peace in mind. Reimbursement and General rules as described at General Terms and Conditions.
j) Handling fee: all bookings are subject to US$ 8 handling fee



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Useful Information


  • Munich

    München Hauptbahnhof (German for Munich Main station) is the main railway station in the city of Munich, Germany. It is one of the three long distance stations in Munich, the others being München-Pasing and München Ost. München Hauptbahnhof sees about 450,000 passengers a day, which puts it on par with other large stations in Germany, such as Hamburg Hauptbahnhof and Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. It is one of 21 stations classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 1 station.[1] The mainline station is a terminal station with 32 platforms. The subterranean S-Bahn with 2 platforms and U-Bahn stations with 6 platforms are through stations.

    The first Munich station was built about 800 metres to the west in 1839. A station at the current site was opened in 1849 and it has been rebuilt numerous times, including to replace the main station building, which was badly damaged during World War II.

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    TGV Assistance
    There is an area reserved for you on board every TGV train consisting of: 4 specially adjusted seats a button to call the ticket inspector to help you access to the adapted toilets. This area is situated in first class, but is accessible with a second class ticket.

    ICE - DB Bahn Assistance
    Passengers with reduced mobility can now order Deutsche Bahn's Mobility Service even more easily. Whoever needs assistance with boarding, alighting or changing trains during their journey - for example a wheelchair platform lift - can do so conveniently with immediate effect on the Internet as well.

    The local service staff will be pleased to assist you when boarding, alighting or changing trains. Owing to the short stopping times however, they are unable to accompany you to your seat.

    To order, please fill out the form at: http://www.specials-bahn.de/_pdf/english/antrag_hilfeleistung.pdf  and send it to us by 20:00 (MET) one working day before your departure at the latest.

    Will be required your coach and seat number on long-distance trains so that we can make sure you receive the assistance you require. On local trains, please indicate where you will be sitting instead of the reservation - e.g. 1st coach/front of train.

    You can book your tickets and make reservations for you and, if you wish, also send them to you. You can order those by telephone on +49 (0) 1806/512 512 (calls charged). You can contact us every day from 06:00 to 22:00 (MET).

    For any further information, send them an e-mail at: msz@bahn.de or contact us them the telephone number given above.

  • Paris

    Paris is the major European railway hub. 8 train stations connect Paris with major European destinations.

    Paris Gare du Nord:
    Eurostar and Thalys trains departs from Paris Gare du Nord.
    The Paris Nord Train Station was originally built in 1846. Shortly after, it was rebuilt three times larger due to increasing traffic. The new and improved station was fully functional by 1864. The name was decided with the notion that travelers would be able to travel to Belgium, Netherlands, Northern Germany and the Scandinavian countries. And of course that is just what happened, and with the ever-growing high-speed rail network, more and more destinations are reachable from the Gare du Nord.
    Address: 18 Rue Dunkerque. Paris. 75010 112, rue de Maubeuge 75010 Paris
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    Paris Gare Lyon:
    The day time trains from Paris to Milan departs from Paris Gare Lyon.
    The Paris Lyon Train Station was built for the World Exposition of 1900. The architecture used in the construction of the Gare de Lyon is a classic example of the architecture of that time period. Despite the classic architecture, the station has been modernized to accommodate the high-speed TGV trains that whisk travelers throughout France.
    Address: 20 boulevard Diderot, 75012 Paris
    View location on map: Google map
    Hours of operation: 3:30 am to 1:30 am

    Paris Est Train Station- Gare de l'Est

    The Paris Est Train Station represents the Belle Epoque generation of railway buildings. The west wing is the original building built in 1847 and In 1854, due to increased rail traffic, the east wing was built. The Paris Gare de l’Est station now provides  train transportation to major cities in Central Europe such as Zurich, Switzerland; Munich, Germany and Vienna, Austria.

    • Address: Place du 11 novembre 1918 75010 Paris
    • View location on map: Google map
    • Hours of operation: Open from 5:30am to 1:00am

    Paris Montparnasse Train Station first opened in 1840 and this Paris train station provides service for intercity TGV trains traveling west and south-west of Paris. The Gare Montparnasse also houses a metro station and is credited with having the fastest moving walkway in the world. 

    • Address: 17, boulevard Vaugirard (15th “arrt”)
    • View location on map: Google map
    • Hours of operation: 4:30 am to 1:15 am

    Paris Austerlitz Train Station was named after the famous Napoleon battle fought in the region that is now the Czech Republic. This Paris station was originally built in 1840 with the purpose of serving the  Paris-Corbeil line. Today, the Paris Austerlitz station serves over 25 million rail passengers annually. 

    • Address: 55, quai d'Austerlitz (13th "arrt") 85 quai d'Austerlitz 75013 Paris
    • View location on map: Google map
    • Hours of operation: 5:30 am to midnight

    Paris Bercy Train Station was originally designed for the departure and arrival of sleeper trains on overnight routes. Today, it still provides service for overnight trains, but also focuses on transporting vehicles to other stations. Paris Bercy station is located near the heart of Paris and is just a short walk from the Paris Lyon Train Station.

    • Address: 48 bis boulevard de Bercy 75012 Paris
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    • Hours of operation: Open from 6:00am to 11 pm

    Paris Charles de Gaulle Train Station is connected to the main airport in Paris; the Charles de Gaulle Airport. This airport has the second highest traveler traffic in Europe, the first being London's Heathrow airport. This Paris train station provides both international train service and local RER trains into central Paris. 

    • Address: BP 35042 Tremblay 95716 Roissy CDG
    • View location on map: Google map
    • Hours of operation: 4:50 am to 1:00 am

    Paris Saint-Lazare is a station on the Paris Métro serving lines 3, 12, 13 and 14 located on the border of the 8th and 9th arrondissements. It is the second busiest station of the metro system after Gare du Nord with 39 million passengers annually and is the western terminus of line 14.

    The station offers connections to the following other stations:

    Gare Saint-Lazare (SNCF)
    Haussmann – Saint-Lazare on RER line E
    Saint-Augustin on line 9
    The station is named after the mainline railway station, which is situated in the Rue Saint-Lazare. It is in the commercial centre of Paris, near the major department stores.

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    SNCF Assistance
    If you encounter service disruptions or major delays, SNCF Assistance canimprove your travel experience during peak periods. Our volunteer staff are attentive and service-oriented, with an added guarantee of assistance should you need it.

    • In stations: staff members greet you and keep you informed during delays. If problems continue, they provide simple boxed meals.
    • On board trains: the conductor arranges for onboard staff to assist you.

    If your train arrives in Paris after metro and RER lines have shut down for the night, you’ll be transported safely to your home under a special agreement between the city and Paris taxi companies. 

    Acessibility

    Accès Plus, Accès TER and Accès Plus Transilien services provide special assistance to travellers with disabilities or limited mobility. Available in nearly 360 stations throughout the French rail network, in five regions and in 51 stations in the Paris region, these services cost absolutely nothing. To take advantage of them, contact your Accès Plus adviser.

    And then? Relax!

    • On your day of departure, go to the station 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to leave. An SNCF staff member will accompany you to the train, carry your luggage (up to 15 kilos) and get you settled on board.
    • When you reach your destination, an SNCF staff member will meet you and take you to your meeting point in the station. If you’re changing trains, he'll help you board your new train.
    • For travel between Lille, Lyon and Rennes, our Accès Synchro pilot program can assist you from your home to your destination

    To Reserve:

    Call +33 (0) 890 640 650 and press 1 (€0.11/minute incl. tax from a landline, plus any surcharge) or call 36 35 and say “Accès Plus” (€0.34 incl. tax the first minute and €0.11 for each additional minute from a landline, plus any surcharge). From outside France, call +33 892 35 35 35


    Eurostar Assistance
    Eurostar Assistance: call on 08432 186 186, or +44 1233 617 575 if you're currently outside the UK.
    Available 7 days a week from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday, Sunday and UK Bank Holidays.
    If you've already taken your journey and found something didn't go to plan, please email traveller.care@eurostar.com. Include details of what happened and your six-letter booking reference, and our Customer Care team will get on the case.

    When you travel in a wheelchair with Eurostar, we’ll reserve one of our dedicated wheelchair passenger spaces for you, which are in our Standard Premier and Business Premier carriages. You’ll also be able to take a companion with you at a discounted rate.

    We’ll set up a ramp for you and one of our team will help you board the train and get you settled comfortably. It’s a good idea to arrive at the station at least 45 minutes before departure to give you plenty of time, and let a member of our team know you’d like a helping hand.

    If you have restricted mobility and need a little help walking but you’re not confined to a wheelchair, we’ll be happy to arrange assistance for you to get to the platform, on the train and off again at your destination. You don’t have to arrange this in advance. Just ask at Eurostar ticket desk when you arrive at the station – we’ll take care of everything for you.

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