Coronavirus Testing at Munich Central Station

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  1. Munich Central Station


CENTOGENE offers Coronavirus testing at Munich Central Station for returning travelers from high-risk regions as defined by the Robert-Koch-Institute (RKI)*. The CENTOGENE Test Center offers an RT-PCR test (Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction Test), which detects whether there is an acute infection with the virus, and thus the risk of infecting other people they come in contact with. The detection is carried out by means of a throat swab.

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Register online to reduce your waiting time at the test center. Watch the video to find out how!

Where Can I Get Tested?

The CENTOGENE Test Center is centrally located in Munich Central Station on the ground level next to the Exit 'Arnulfstraße'.


Test Center Opening Hours

Monday – Sunday
24 hrs

Please note that:

  • There may be longer waiting times at the weekends.
  • It is not possible to book an appointment ahead of time.

Available Test

Returning Travelers from High-risk Regions: No charge

Results are available within 24 hours in 95%** of cases.

Please consider that:

  • Returning Travelers
    Testing is only available for travelers returning to Germany from high-risk regions as defined by the Robert-Koch-Institute (RKI).
  • Waiting times at the test center
    At peak times, waiting times may occur at the test center. Please allow sufficient time when planning your visit.

What to Bring:

  • Registration confirmation (please register online before coming to the center  using our secure registration portal at

  • Face mask

  • Passport or identification document

  • Train ticket, or

  • Other travel documentation (e.g. hotel bill), in case travel did not include a train journey

Protecting Your and Our Staff's Health

We only test persons who are not showing symptoms to protect the health of our staff and other persons testing at our test center.

If you experience typical COVID-19 symptoms (difficulties breathing, newly developed cough, fever or loss of smell or taste), please contact your doctor by phone for advice on where to get tested. Alternatively, you can call 116 117 or your local health authority for more information on where you can get tested.

Coronavirus Test Process

After registering via the Test Portal at, a throat swab can be taken at the Test Center without an appointment.

Please do not eat, drink, or brush your teeth 15 minutes before the test

How to get your results:

You can access your test result in three simple steps:

  1. Login under
  2. Select the name of the proband.
  3. Download report via "Actual Medical Reports" through "Display findings".


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**based on average turnaround times in August 2020.