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Munich - Padua
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Overview The average travel time between Munich and Padua is minutes. The quickest route is minutes. The first train leaving Munich is at , the last at . There is an average of trains a day between Munich and Padua, leaving approximately every minutes.
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    London Gatwick Airport

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    Reviews & ratings Munich - Padua

  • "Magnificent Experience"    
    It was a life time experience to travel by train from Italy to Munich. Although the journey seems quite long (6 hours) but the scenic route between the mountains, hills and rivers was enough to give you the best experience ever. For sure, I'd like to repeat this experience again.  
  • "TVA"    
    Train stations are not anywhere near as 'friendly' as airports. Directions to your train/plane should be equally clear. Any transfers should be articulated by the agents when purchasing tickets. Finding the WC, should be quick and easy. The few representative that were near the platforms were generally helpful. I assume that most people who asked questions of those representatives are un-accustom to riding the trains, as we are. Therefore, we travelers experience a lot of stress at the stations.  
  • "Overcharged "    
    Rail Europe charged me 41 euros for his ticket but I discovered that buying in on the day should have cost more like 12 euros  
  • "A bit late but fine"    
    The train was fine, but looking at how much it should have cost if I'd bought it from the train company it was overpriced, the toilet was broken on one end of the carriage and had no paper in the other, and somehow lost time in the last few stops so instead to having 15min to get from this to my connecting train I ran and only just made it onto my next train as the doors closed behind me. So it wasn't ideal.