Creo Living

Chiemgaustrasse 63-65, Munich, Bavaria, 81549, Germany

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    Creo Living

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    Clean, warm and comfortable hotel a little way out of the centre but with good public transport links.
    Large, simple ensuite room for us, nothing fancy but at the price, perfectly adequate.
    Happy to revisit here.

    Directions: St Quirin Platz on U1 is about 5 mins walk away, local bus stop outside the door.

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Metro pass

by xxsentiaxx

Hello everyone,

There are a lot of questions about train passes here and about which tickets are good for which zone... I figured i'd throw mine in too...
I'm staying at Four points by Sheraton Munchen Olympiapark located at Helene-Mayer-Ring 12. I plan to attend the festivities at Oktoberfest and then also take side trips to Neuschwanstein Castle and also to Dachau.
Would it be cost efficient to get a 2 day pass for zones 1-3, 1-6 or just by point to point tickets?

Re: Metro pass

by travelfrosch

Olympiapark is inside the "Innenraum" (Inner District), as is Theresienwiese (the Oktoberfest grounds). Dachau is within the "Munich XXL" area.

There are no two-day tickets -- only one-day and three-day tickets. So probably (given the limited information you've provided) the best value for you would be the "Single Tageskarte Innenraum" for the day you just want to go to Oktoberfest, and the "Single Tageskarte Munich XXL" for the day you want to visit Dachau. Take a look at http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/home/tickets/ticketoffers/daytickets/index.html for your range of options and decide which is the best for you.

Neuschwanstein Castle is not reachable by Munich public transport, only by fairly lengthy train trip to Fuessen. For this, you would need a "Bayern Ticket." You can find details and restrictions for this at http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/prices/germany/laender_tickets.shtml .

Re: Metro pass

by Kakapo2

If you really only want to travel from your hotel to Oktoberfest (Theresienwiese) the cheapest way of travelling would be to buy two single tickets (2,30 Euro each). If you only want to make just one additional trip already the day pass (Tageskarte/single) is cheaper (5 Euro).

It is even better with your Dachau trip. The single trip would cost you 4,60 Euro, so return 9,20 Euro - but the day pass for the zone XXL costs 6,70 only.

For multiple trips you could also buy the so called Streifenkarte. You could always have to validate a certain number of stripes on the Streifenkarte, depending on the number of tariff zones you travel in. Olympiapark to Dachau is two zones, this means four stripes, and costs 4,40 Euro (1 stripe 1,10 Euro), Olympiapark to Theresienwiese is one zone, meaning 2 stripes and 2,20 Euro. Only for very short trips you need one stripe.

I can tell you, the system with the zones and stripes is understandable after a while - but not in three days only LOL So a science of its own. You would waste a lot of precious time to study it. I rather suggest you buy the day passes because you can save only some cents but normally nothing, probably even the three day pass for 12,30, and just pay extra for the trip into the outer zone where Dachau is.

Travel Tips for Munich

Watch the Glockenspeil! It...

by kinipela6

Watch the Glockenspeil! It goes off twice a day... at 11:00 and 2:00 I think. It is so beautiful. And also go to the Haffbrauhaus. Its a classic! If you are fortunate enough to be in Munich in late September, you CANNOT miss Oktoberfest! That was one of the funnest nights of my entire trip!

OLIMPIAPARK

by Carmela71

Constructed in 1972 for the olimpic games, a park designaded for this ocasion, take the lift to the tower and you will have this views from Munchen and their football stadium. El parque olimpico se diseño para los juegos olimpicos del 1972, fue un derroche de originalidad y diseño.

Lo mejor dar un paseo por los jardines y subirse a la torre, desde la cual se podra ver munchen y su estadio de futbol (Bayer)

Ecology

by bugulma

It's very popular idea in Europe last times, to have everything that saves energy or another things that keeps ecology. In Muenchen I saw this strange car, the ecological automobile, in the center of the city.

Day trip to Garmisch-Partenkirchen

by ahoerner

If you are in Muenchen during one weekend in winter, get yourself and your friends a "Wochenendeticket" (or Weekend Ticket) and travel the entire weekend by regional trains for a fixed price (limited to five persons).

Use the ticket to a day trip to Garmisch to ski (if you already know how to) or to learn or have classes (if you are a beginner, like me)...

Trip takes 1,5 hour and you will enjoy a pleasant day on the Alps.

Ooops: Do not forget to check the weather forecast for snow... You can rent the entire equipment on the ski schools near Garmisch.

Day trip to Oberammergau

by volarevolare

I took a day trip with one of the tour companies that you can find at the Munich Train Station.

This trip included 3 areas -- we went to see Schloss Linderhof and Neuschwanstein and to Oberammergau.

The name Oberammergau means Over the Ammer River and there is a town called Unterammergau! :)

The legend goes that the town was stricken with the plague that swept across Europe and when the entire town made a vow that they would stage the Passion Play if they were spared, the townsfolk miraculously got well and survived the plague!

That is why till this day, the town still keeps its promise.

It's a very precious tradition which the town keeps and no one else is allowed to perform in it.

Oberammergau is a lovely little town with really quaint buildings that show off the traditional Bavarian architecture.

It's a great place to pick up all your souvenirs -- a lot cheaper than to buy it at Schloss Linderhof or Neuschwanstein.

:)

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