The right ticket for everyone who travels on a weekly or monthly basis within the MVV network.
If you make a lot of trips on MVV transport services within a calendar week or month, the IsarCard is better value for money than single tickets, stripe tickets and day tickets. It can also be transferred to other people.
At a glance
|IsarCard weekly||IsarCard monthly|
|Finding your fare||Refer to tariff map for number of rings.
|Refer to tariff map for number of rings.
Alternatively: Ticket Navigator
|Area of validity||Within the selected rings||Within the selected rings|
|Period of validity||Calendar week
Period of validity (1)
Period of validity (1)
|Also eligible to travel||Monday to Friday after 9 am (2)||Monday to Friday after 9 am (2)|
|Purchase||Ticket machines||Ticket machines|
Questions & Answers
1) How long are weekly and monthly tickets valid?
The weekly ticket is valid from midnight on Sunday to 12 noon on the first working day of the following week. The monthly ticket is valid for the period of one calendar month, up to 12 noon on the first working day of the following month. If this working day falls on a Saturday, the ticket remains valid until 12 noon on the next working day.
2) Is anyone else eligible to travel with me on the same ticket?
Children aged between 6 and 14 may travel on the same ticket Mondays to Fridays after 9 am and at any other time on non-working days. You may bring along as many of your own children and grandchildren as you wish to travel with you (ID required); otherwise there is a maximum limit of three children.
3) What do I need to do if I want to travel beyond the area of validity of my season ticket?
The IsarCard can be combined with single tickets, stripe tickets or day tickets. These tickets can be validated right from when you start your journey and must have been validated at the latest by the time you reach the last station in your IsarCard’s area of validity.
You are planning to make a single trip from the Hauptbahnhof (Central Station) to Freising and have an IsarCard for rings 1 to 4, which covers the Inner District. Since you need to travel in two further zones, you will need a single ticket for those two zones or have to validate four stripes of a Stripe Ticket – either at the Hauptbahnhof when you set off or by the time you reach Feldmoching at the latest.
If your IsarCard is only valid for rings 1 and 2, this does not cover the Inner District. You will be travelling through three zones, so will need to buy the appropriate single ticket or to validate six stripes of a Stripe Ticket.
If you travel as far as the airport, you will need an extra three zones in the first scenario and an additional four zones in the second scenario