Best Western Hotel Erb

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Posthalterring 1, Parsdorf, Munich, Bavaria, 85599, Germany
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
33%
6
Very Good
38%
7
Average
22%
4
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
5%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo84
  • Business85

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Another Munich hotel question

by Grananny

Greetings! I am in the beginning stages of planning my trip to Germany which will be a combination of travel on my own to do some family history research and a Rhine river cruise. I will be traveling by myself.

I plan to fly into Munich in early May and take a train from there to possibly Ulm or Geislingen an der Steige (my final destination is a small village called Aufhausen but I don't know if I can get there by train, or if I need to rent a car in Ulm...)

So I'm looking for a safe hotel that is easy to get to from the airport where I can spend the night and recover from jet lag, and also easy to get to the train station the next morning to start my journey.

Thanks for any advice
Linda

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by Turtleshell

Isn't Aufhausen near Regensburg? There's a bus service from Regensburg to Aufhausen. Regensburg itself is certainly worth a visit: Nice old town and a cathedral similar to the one in Cologne.

As for the hotel, you didn't mention the budget. No matter which hotel you pick - they should all be safe and clean.

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by Grananny

Good to know the hotels will be safe and clean since I will be alone... I don't want anything real expensive since I'll only be there overnight. Mostly conveniently located from the airport and the train.

There are several different Aufhausen's. This one is in Baden-Wurttemberg, sort of half way between Stuttgart and Ulm.

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by Bernd_L

For Hotels in Munich I recommend a search with www.hrs.com. Your best choice is to look for hotels near the main train station, because the transfer from the airport ends there and you need the train the next day anyway. There are a lot of hotels in that area. And in my opinion any hotel might do if you only need it for one night.

The Aufhausen you mentioned is nowadays a part of the city of "Geislingen an der Steige". You can reach Geislingen by train. From the station you can get to Aufhausen by bus # 360 (direction Blaubeuren).

The website of the bus company is: http://www.vgs-gp.de/sites/aktuelles.asp
unfortunately only in german. I hope you can read it.

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by zuriga

The airport at Munich is about a 40 minute bus ride from the city itself. There is also a train that goes to the main station in Munich. We stayed at the Hotel Jedermann in June. It's very near the station and was very comfy with a great breakfast. Hotels in Munich tend to be rather pricey. A tram stopped right outside the hotel door, and you would be at the train station in five minutes.. shorter by cab if you have a lot of luggage. Munich is wonderful so I hope you have the chance to see a bit of it on your trip.

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by abalada

DB timetable has the trains and bus schedules.
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: MUC
To: Munich
To: Ulm
To: Geislingen(Steige)
To: Aufhausen, Geislingen an der Steige

Re: Another Munich hotel question

by Turtleshell

Consider Hotel Bavaria (http://www.hotel-bavaria.com). The area is only so-so, as the hotel is quite close to central station. The hotel itself is supposed to be nice and affordable.

Travel Tips for Munich

Oktoberfest

by draguza

Every year, Munich hosts the biggest beer fair in the world – the traditional Oktoberfest, which starts in September. It is originally from Munich, but it has already taken to all over the world. Traditional Bavarian dishes are also part of the fair – sauerkraut, bockwurst and pork knee are the most common ones. German cuisine uses a lot of pork, especially for different kinds of sausages and frankfurters.

We visited Dachau-a former...

by kim83_50158

We visited Dachau-a former concentration camp that is now a museum/memorial. It's interesting, but very sad. No one really talked when we were there, just because it's very overwhelming.
This is just one picture from the camp! IT's a statue that former prisoners built & dedicated to those who died there.

Enjoying every sunray

by Henkster

Munich is sometimes called the "outdoor city". People here just love to hang out in the sun and enjoy life outside. As soon as the weather permits it, the chairs and tables of open air cafes and restaurants line the boulevards and it is often hard to find a seat, because cafes and Biergartens are so popular in this city.
The parks are always busy as well.
The most popular areas for numerous street cafes are the center (Altstadt), Schwabing, Haidhausen and Neuhausen.

The Bavarian Folk...

by tabatha

The Bavarian Folk Costume.
It´s a pitty, but how everyplace, also in Munich you don´t have many chances for see the traditional folk costumes.
If you go to Oktoberfest the most of the costumes are improvized, as I do, because it´s really a pitty wearing a 'dirndl' (the dress) which costed about 1.000-1.500 DM and destroy it with beer.
More confortable are the lether trouses.

Well worth the trip !!!!

by jlanza29

We decided that among the things we wanted to see while we were in Bavaria was "Cinderella's Castle" which is Neuschwanstein castle just outside Munich. Since we were pressed for time we took a Gray Line tour from Munich.....they charged $50 US for transportation once at the castle it was 10 Euro's to enter. I must say if your pressed for time then take this tour.....they take you straight there, once there they give you a tour time to enter and then ample time to make your way down and have lunch at your leisure....after seeing Cinderella' castle they take you to another smaller royal castle and then with a stop at small Bavarian town where they have the passion play every 10 years.... I don't know the name of the town, I think Omergauwdein (sorry don't know how to spell it)

But the Castle itself is breathtaking, You have a chance to walk up to Mary's bridge at take that great picture with the castle in the backround.......

Once inside the castle it is just beautiful to hear the story of it !!!!! The tour is very short and only 10 rooms are open to the public, it last about 45 minutes.......

But the drive to the castle is beautiful in the middle of the Bavarian country side and in and out of the Alps !!!!!!!

Well worth the trip, one of the most beautiful sites in all of the entire world !!!!!!

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Address: Posthalterring 1, Parsdorf, Munich, Bavaria, 85599, Germany