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Get around Munich smoothly and in style with Voi

Rent an e-scooter or an e-bike with a simple tap on your phone and get anywhere in the city within minutes.

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Discover Munich on two wheels

Discover the vibrant and charming city of Munich on two wheels – rent an e-scooter or e-bike from Voi and explore the historic sites and Bavarian atmosphere at your own pace.

Simply get the app, tap and go!

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Your questions, answered:

What are the specific
biking rules in Munich?

Keep to your right, use signals and give way to pedestrians at intersections, traffic lights and bus stops.

What are the
operating hours?

In Munich, our e-scooters and e-bikes are available for rent 24/7, all year round – as long as the weather permits.

How does it work
with parking?

Parking is permitted in most places, except in the no-parking and no-riding zones (see the in-app map).

Choose the right price plan for you

You can either pay per minute, or choose to ride more for less with a monthly Voi Pass subscription. If you want to use our e-scooters a lot, but only for a limited time, you should opt for a daily pass. Check the app to see current prices in Munich.

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Quick guide to Munich

Munich, the largest city in southern Germany and the capital of Bavaria, is famous for its annual beer festival, Oktoberfest. But there’s a lot more to visiting Munich. The city is host to a beautiful historic city centre, an old castle, large parks and gardens, and hearty German food. In short, the city has something for everyone.


The Viktualienmarkt is the perfect spot to find some wonderful Christmas markets. During wintertime, you have to be early since the sun sets at around 5 pm.
Luckily, the beautiful Christmas lights around the place will keep you warm.

The National Theatre

During weekends, Munich locals love to hang out in the centre of the city, visiting the Isartor or Karlsplatz as well as the famous National Theatre to enjoy some culture.
Tourists, much like locals, love Maxvorstadt’s endless opportunities for food, coffee and shopping.

The English Garden

If you want to enjoy some peace and quiet (sort of), escape the busy city and head out to the English Garden. You’re not allowed to bring your scooter, but you can park it next to the Gardens and reserve it until you want to head somewhere else.
There are plenty of things to do: from drinking coffee at cafes to taking a swim in the famous Eisbach.


One of the busiest places downtown is the Odeonsplatz, located in the heart of Munich. From there you can easily ride anywhere in the city centre.
Go to all the stores close to Marienplatz to do some shopping, enjoy nature or find small shops and cafés in the university area.

Cafe Luitpold

Café Luitpold is an institution of the Brienner Quartier, and one of the most traditional and cultivated cafes in Munich.
Park your e-scooter in the incentivised parking zone across the street of Brienner Straße and enjoy a pasty from the vast array of options at the counter.

Do your part – safety begins with you

At Voi, we believe in safe and inclusive cities made for living. Therefore, we urge you to always consider others while riding, and park properly to help keep the pavements an accessible space for all. Keep yourself informed of the local regulations in regards to riding and parking – and abide by them.

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