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Allianz Arena stands and football pitch

ABOVE: The interior of Munich's Allianz Arena on a tour day.

How to reach the Allianz Arena by U-Bahn

(Motorists: For driving directions via the A9 Autobahn, visit the arena's English-language Web site.)

1 From the Marienplatz in Munich's city center, take the U-Bahn's northbound U6 line toward Fröttmaning or Garching-Forschungszentrum.

(See How to Ride the U-Bahn and S-Bahn for information on tickets and trains.)

Marienplatz U-Bahn station
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Get off the train at Fröttmaning. (The journey takes about 20 minutes from Marienplatz.) Fröttmaning U-Bahn station
Ride the escalator upstairs and follow the arrows toward the Arena. Allianz Arena sign
Walk across the U-Bahn tracks via the pedestrian bridge. Fröttmaning U-Bahn pedestrian bridge
Follow the paved paths to the Allianz Arena, which is to the north (or your left) after you've crossed the tracks. The walk takes 10 or 15 minutes. Allianz Arena path
As you approach the arena, look for the Eingang or Entrance to the "ArenaTours" and shops. Push your way through the turnstiles, which are unlocked during shop hours. Allianz Arena entrance

Allianz Arena Eingang sign

Follow the signs to sections 326-328, where you'll find the "Markenwelt" or "World of Brands" shops. Buy your tour ticket in the Allianz Arena shop on level 3. Allianz Arena Markenwelt and Arena Tours

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