Ingolstadt Village is a Designer Shopping Outlet in Audi city:
Ingolstadt Village is the second of Chic Outlet Shopping’s German designer discount outlets. This designer outlet is a convenient location for savvy shopper’s living between Munich and Nuremberg. There are 100 luxury outlet boutiques here with prices discounted by up to 60%.
If you need an excuse to come to Ingolstadt, other than shopping, there is a lot to see and do in this city and the surrounding region.
This is of course Audi city and this prestigious motor company has many entertainment events happening at its Audi Forum Ingolstadt. At the Audi Forum you can enjoy a whole World of Audi Experience such as learning all about the car manufacturer at the Audi museum, go to the cinema, restaurants, enjoy jazz, themed tours, concerts, trade shows, exhibitions, films, lectures and conferences.
Ingolstadt’s magnificent historic buildings from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Baroque periods are sure to keep visitors in awe of this town’s rich and varied history.
Ingolstadt sits on the bank of the Danube river and you can do river cruises in the region, or follow the German Limes route which traces the former Roman frontier wall known as the Upper Germanic or Rhaetian Limes. The Limes is considered one of Germany’s most significant archaeological monuments. The route starts in Rheinbrohl/Bad Hönningen on the River Rhine and ends in Regensburg, on the River Danube. Along the way it passes many important cultural-historical sites that bear evidence to the Roman past in the Rhineland Palatinate, Hesse, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria.
Mon – Sat: 10:00 – 20:00 (Closed on Sundays)
Public holidays: The Village is closed on Apr 2, Apr 5, May 1, May 13, May 24, Jun 3, Nov 1 and Dec 25
How to Get to Ingolstadt
Ingolstadt’s history may date back to the Middle Ages, however this city’s transport network is very much 21st century. Ingolstadt is only an hour north of Munich and it is easy to get to the city by car, bus or train.
Shopping Express from Central Munich:
There is a daily Shopping Express bus from Munich to Ingolstadt from Monday to Saturday. The return ticket is €15. Children up to 16 years travel free. Tickets can be purchased from the bus driver or online at www.ingolstadtvillage.com.
From Munich to Ingolstadt –
9:30 Departs from Sofitel Munich Bayerpost (Bayerstrasse, 12 at the main train station)
10:00 Departs from Westin Grand Munich (Arabellastrasse 6).
The Shopping Express arrives at Ingolstadt at approx. 11:15.
From Ingolstadt to Munich –
16:00 Departs Ingolstadt at approx. 16:00.
Free travel for German Rail, Eurail & InterRail Pass Cardholders
If you have a German Rail, Eurail or InterRail Pass, you can travel free on the Shopping Express until 31.12.2012. Simply show your pass to the coach driver.
From Munich Airport: Take the Ingolstadter Airport Express Shuttle to Ingolstadt Village (Booking required on www.kvb.ingolstadt.de).
From ZOB and Ingolstadt Northern station: Take bus line 20 to Ingolstadt Village.
From Ingolstadt Central station: Take bus line 10 or 11 to ZOB, Harderstraße. From the ZOB there is an hourly connecting coach service to Ingolstadt Village with line 20.
Ingolstadt’s Central train station has an InterCity train connection and is the main hub for trains running to Munich, Nuremburg, Augsburg, Ulm and Regensburg. There are regular connecting coach services from Ingolstadt Central station and Ingolstadt Northern station.
- From Ingolstadt Central Station, take Bus line 10 to ZOB/Harderstrasse, then Bus line 20.
- From ZOB and Ingolstadt-Nord, take Bus line 20 to Ingolstadt Village.
On Saturdays the Outlet has a free shuttle from Ingolstadt Central Station to the Ingolstadt Village.
Ingolstadt Village is ideally located just off the A9 motorway. Take the A9 Autobahn to junction Ingolstadt-Nord (exit 61), direction Ingolstadt-Ost, and from the exit follow the signs to Ingolstadt Village. There are over 1,000 free parking spaces available so parking is not a problem.
Tel: +49 841 8863 100
Map of Ingolstadt: