I am interested in a brewery tour while I am in Munich, I have a tour at BMW in the afternoon and need to be there by 2 pm. Hofbrau Munchen has availability for a tour in the morning the same day, but I am worried that I could arrive at BMW late if Ibook the brewery tour. I have checked the MVV's website and the journey takes one hour, however, I need to change from the bus (stadtbus 186) to the U2 to the U3, obviously, if Imiss on connection Iam doomed. How complicated is this journey, I am in two minds as to whether I should book the brewery tour and this is the only brewery tour I can accomodate on my visit to Munich. The other brewery tours are not avaiable on the dates I need. Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks.
Munich, how complicated is public transport?
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