München (en: Munich) is a city in southern Germany. It is first featured in Euro Truck Simulator, then German Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2. It's one of the few cities featured in three SCS Software games.[1]

Landmarks Edit

In ETS2, there are 8 landmarks in München. These are the BMW Headquarters, the Frauenkirche, the Highlight Towers, the HVB Tower, the New Town Hall, the Olympiaturm, the St. Peter's Church and the Uptown Building.

Features Edit

BCP, Euro Goodies, Kaarfor and WGCC have depots in the city centre of Munich.

Facilities present in Munich include a bus station, a MAN truck dealer with a service shop, a garage, a hotel and a recruitment agency

Connections Edit

München is only connected with the A99. Nearby the city, two other roads branch off of the A99: The A9 towards Nürnberg and a minor road to Innsbruck. The A99 itself becomes the A8 in both directions. In the West it runs towards Stuttgart and in the East towards Salzburg.

Gallery Edit

Notes Edit

  1. Other cities included in three or more SCS trucksim games include Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, London, Manchester and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Trivia Edit

Cities Berlin - Bremen - Dortmund - Dresden - Duisburg - Düsseldorf - Erfurt - Frankfurt am Main - Hamburg - Hannover - Kassel - Kiel - Köln - Leipzig - Magdeburg - Mannheim - München - Nürnberg - Osnabrück - Rostock - Stuttgart
Autobahnen A1 - A2 - A3 - A4 - A5 - A6 - A7 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A11 - A12 - A13 - A17 - A19 - A20 - A24 - A28 - A30 - A31 - A44 - A45 - A61 - A81 - A93 - A96 - A99 - A210 - A215