It’s a question of making tariffs fair: if you are only travelling a short distance, you want to pay a lower tariff. If you are travelling further, you should pay more.
Particularly when it comes to weekly and monthly tickets, people want a finely tiered tariff. Our answer? Each of the four zones is made up of four rings.
MVV day tickets and some IsarCards are differentiated according to area, of which Munich has four.
If you only travel occasionally and understand with the short trip tariff, you can halve your travel costs. It’s good when you know exactly what’s going on.
Our rules on who or what you are permitted to travel with tell you who and what you are permitted to take with you free of charge.
In case you decide spontaneously to continue travelling to a further destination which is not covered by your present ticket, you will need another ticket to continue this trip.
The transitional rule for old tickets and the VAT rate for MVV tickets