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Historic City Center · Furstenfeldbruck · 518 m
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  • Amperbrücke mit Schlauchbootfahrer
    Amperbrücke mit Schlauchbootfahrer
    Photo: Stadt Fürstenfeldbruck
Building a bridge between Fürstenfeld and Bruck






Decisive for the development of Fürstenfeldbruck was the passage across the Amper which gave the town its name and which was linked to a former customs’ station. Also, the Salt Route from Reichenhall to Augsburg crossed the river here. On the bridge a statue of John of Nepomuk, the patron saint of bridges, has stood since 1722 – the present statue was put up in 1924. The bridge’s parapet is embellished in Art Nouveau style.

Bath houses up the river still bear witness to the fact that the Amper used to be popular with summer visitors from Munich who tried to get away from the hustle and bustle in the city.


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Anna Roll
Update: June 23, 2020

Public transport

From downtown Munich it takes 30 minutes to get to Fürstenfeldbruck station by using the S 4 line. From there you can reach the city by serveral bus lines or a 10-minute walk.


Getting there

via the A 8 and B 471, the A 99 and B 2 or via A 96 and B 471



The biggest parking facility downtown is free and located at Volksfestplatz. Also, from the Fürstenfeld car park (Fürstenfelder Straße) it is a nice 15-minute walk along the Amper river to the town center. Further parking lots, fee-based in part, can be found at Viehmarkt, on Kirchstraße, Auf der Lände and on Dachauer Straße. The first 60 minutes are free, parking fees are quite moderate otherwise. The City-Point Center on Schöngeisinger Straße has a large underground car park where 90 minutes of parking are free when shopping in the Center’s businesses. Otherwise, a moderate parking fee has to be paid.

 Parking spaces for busses are available on Julie-Mayr-Straße.


48.176840, 11.255804
48°10'36.6"N 11°15'20.9"E
32U 667692 5338416
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