The Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof next to the Hackerbrücke S-Bahn station handles the vast majority of international and domestic coach services. There's a Eurolines/Touring office, a supermarket and various eateries on the 1st floor; buses depart from ground level.
The main operator out of the ZOB is now low-cost coach company Flixbus, which links Munich to countless destinations across Germany and beyond.
A special Deutsche Bahn express coach leaves for Prague (€70, 4¾ hours, three daily) from the ZOB.
Munich has autobahns radiating in all directions. Take the A9 to Nuremberg, the A8 to Salzburg, the A95 to Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the A8 to Ulm or Stuttgart.
Naturally, Munich Airport has branches of all major car-hire companies. Book ahead online for the best rates.
Train connections from Munich to destinations in Bavaria are excellent and there are also numerous services to more distant cities within Germany and around Europe. All services leave from the Hauptbahnhof.
Staffed by native English speakers, Euraide is a friendly agency based at the Hauptbahnhof that sells all DB (Deutsche Bahn) products, makes reservations and creates personalised rail tours of Germany and beyond.
Connections from Munich:
Augsburg €14.60 to €20, 30 to 50 minutes, thrice hourly
Baden-Baden €80, four hours, hourly (change in Mannheim)
Berlin €150, 5¼ hours, hourly
Cologne €147, 4½ hours, hourly
Frankfurt €105, 3¼ hours, hourly
Freiburg €100, 4½ hours, hourly (change in Mannheim or Karlsruhe)
Nuremberg €40-€60, one hour, twice hourly
Regensberg €29.70, 1½ hours, hourly
Vienna €99, four hours, every two hours
Würzburg €74, two hours, twice hourly
Zürich €84, 4¾ hours, thrice daily