|Population:||1,342,166 (30 Sep 2007)|
|Major roads:||A8, A9, A92, A99|
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München (Munich in English) is Bavaria's capital.
Take the Subway 6 to Studentenstadt. From there walk about 300 meter north on Ungererstraße until you are under a bridge. You will see signs for the highways. This leads directly to the A9, a quick and easy route to Berlin or Nürnberg. For i.e. Köln it is best to stop at the Rasthof Nürnberg/Feucht as the freeways converge here. To continue on A93, i.e. Regensburg and Dresden you can change the car at Rasthof Fürholzen some 30km north of Munich.
- This spot is in the middle of big roadworks and not used anymore. I don't know when the roadworks are supposed to end. I had to walk 2 km north to the following access. Watch the map for alternatives. - Sitarane 09:16, 1 October 2008 (CEST)
<map lat='48.17158081783167' lng='11.646' zoom='11' view='0' float='right' height='270' width='400' /> The A8 begins inside the town. A few hundred meters before the beginning, there is a bus stop, so enough place to stop. Take a subway to Karl-Preis-Platz or just walk from the town center along Rosenheimer Straße.
South towards Garmisch-Partenkirchen, A 95
The best spot to start your hichhike is on Fürstenrieder Straße. There is a bus stop 200 metres after the crossways Würmtalstraße-Fürstenriederstraße. Cars can easyily stop there. Use a sign (A 95, or Garmisch). In the evenings you can try to get a lift at the traffic light at the crossways. Both spots are not really good but okay.
Take a bus towards Blutenburg. This is located directly in front of a roundabout, where the A8 begins in direction west. Enough place for cars to stop in front of the roundabout. There's a lot of traffic, you also can try to ask people at the KFC that is located next to the spot.