Where to go from Munich?
And what about Munich itself, except the Old City and the churches?
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Discussion last reply January 16, 2015.
Also one day you can go to Salzburg, Regensburg, Nuremberg, Bamberg, Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
A couple of weeks before departure, you are unlikely to find budget tickets to Paris.
I understand that it is possible to take buses to neighboring cities.
Yes, I understand that it is unlikely. Looked at the budget EasyJet and RyanAir from Munich do not fly wherever you want. Just tickets were offered only today at a very pleasant price and even with a direct flight.
the ticket on weekdays is valid from 9:00, on weekends before.
it’s next to the town hall square practically.
and even if it is frosty and snowy, you can go to the English couple’s walk – I was there in the golden autumn – the beauty is unearthly. Snowy winter for sure too. Everything is as natural and picturesque as in the forest. At the same time the park is in the center of the city – 15 minutes walk from the town hall.
And so I did not like anything much more in the city ..
if not, go to Fussen (there are the famous Bavarian castles) and to Lindau (three hours by train, it seems ..) – a wonderful city on the Lake Constance, which Austria, Switzerland and Germany. The city itself is built on an island. Fairy-gingerbread little, very calm and beautiful. Full relaxation there 🙂
as already mentioned, see the schedules for bahn.de – and you can buy tickets there, only the main thing is that the credit card is yours and you could show it along with the printed ticket in the train to the controller.
And if you really want to get to France, it’s better not Paris, but Strasbourg. Approximately halfway from Munich to Paris. I think you can get on the train. Itself went by the car, hardly more than 3 hours, considering that roads in Germany were actively repaired and in places there were concrete stoppers.
And Rottenburg ob der Tauber is a fabulous town! photo nalion.livejournal.com/194218.html.
Near the road (directly from the second floor of the upper hall of BMW WELT on the viaduct) go to BMW MUSEUM. There – on tickets. Choose an exposition on interests: Auto, production, etc. From there you do not want to leave. Looked only in the automatics, so with his wife and daughter hanging for 3 hours, but would be one – and eight hours a little.
Near metro station (U-bann) Olimpicentrum.
Pleasant rest and new impressions!
By the way, birthday registration on the day of birth is free of charge.
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Where to go from Munich?