Gastehaus Englischer Garten

Liebergesell Strasse 8, Schwabing, Munich, Bavaria, 80802, Germany
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Forum Posts

How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by yupp

Hi everyone! We are going to Germany on next month for a short break. Can i know that how far from Munich to Blackforest? Can we take a train and how long it will take? I know that Blackforest is famoust of 'Cuckoo Clocks! other than this anywhere we can visit for a day trip in Blackforest? Thank you very much!! Cheers!

Re: How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by Maurizioago

You have to say where in the Blackforest you like to go.

Re: How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by yupp

Lake Titisee and the biggest cuckoo clocks. Any other advice?

Re: How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by globetrott

take a look at :
Titisee-Neustadt is in quite a distance and both ways by train will almost take a full day, so you have 1-2 hours in Titisee and the question is, is that really what you are looking for ?
The biggest kookoo-clock ?
I saw this one in Breitnau, you can go there by train as well:
you can buy these kind of clocks also in Munich !!!

Re: How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by chris.hh

Cokoo! A very touristic question on Germany;-)
Maybe you find more info here:
My relatives from the States were also crazy for them. Also it was them who made me knowing Hummel-figures...
By the way - the only German person I know that has a cooko-clock is my grandpa...
I have some general tips on Germany if they help you for some further info.
Have a great stay,

Re: How to go from Munich to Blackforest ?

by jigeen

I guess most coocoo clocks are made in China ;-)

I don't know a single person who has one. It is purely touristic stuff.

Travel Tips for Munich

I'm very fond of Munich - but...

by Schwaeble

I'm very fond of Munich - but the Tegernsee area is the one I would strongly recommend to visit. It's only a shot ride by car or train (about 1 hour) south of Munich. What I miss most being away from Munich? The athmosphere of all the lovely beergardens, big or small. The people and the mood there on a sunny day! You won't believe it and that's no where else in the world to be found.


by LysDor

It's a typical bavarian beer house with a rustic interior close to Alter Hof.

Upstair there is a pub with a local trubadour performing joddling and telling nasty jokes in drastic bavarian dialect!

If you thought you can understand fluently german you must see and hear this 'show'.

: Address: In the corner of Diener Strasse and Altenhof Strasse

the Maypole

by tini58de

The maypole: tree of may

It is an old tradition in and around Munich to plant a tree in the center of towns and villages every year. Young and brave young men climb up to prove their bravery to the girl they desire.... Isn't that romantic???

The maypole on the Viktualienmarkt is a permanent one. It is painted with the classic Bavarian colors of white and blue and figurines representing arts and crafts of the people.

Little tip bits

by Fen

Good shoes or trainers if you like me and intend to walk around the city. The food is excellent here so its unlikely you should get stomach upsets here. But you all know yourselves better than I do, so bring your medicines that keep you fit. Yes of course bring your camera, video camera and take in this beautiful city. Good company like a friend, neighbour, wife, girlfriend, wife's best friend (haha) you get the picture. But if you prefer then there's always your good oldself to take along.

Don't forget to take you manners with your and smile at people.

Surf's Up, mein herren!

by Nexus7

This is a weird phenomenon on the Isar River in which the river makes waves and people are able to surf them for some time. I've never seen anything like it, and being that I'm from California I thought I'd never see someone surfing in Germany. A little cold I think, but no salt water up the nose.


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Address: Liebergesell Strasse 8, Schwabing, Munich, Bavaria, 80802, Germany