Hotel Lex garni im Gartenhof

Briennerstrasse 48, 80333 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Hotel Lex garni im Gartenhof
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train travel from munich

by mgknowelden

I am planning a winter holiday in Austria for 18-25th February 2010. I should be much obliged if you could let me know if there is a train link from Munich to Schladming.
Kind regards,
Malcolm Knowelden

Re: train travel from munich

by HansDK

There a couple of direct trains daily and several with 1 or 2 changes. You can find timetables and fares here:

Re: train travel from munich

by abalada

The timetable past 12. December 2009 is however not yet online. Thus you have to wait 2 weeks or so till you can query for February 2010.

DB timetable
From: Munich
From: MUC
To: Schladming

MUC = shortcut for Munich airport train station in case you want to travel directly after landing to Schladming.

Re: train travel from munich

by travelfrosch

If you go directly from Munich Airport, take the S-8 (not the S-1) to "Ostbahnhof." There, you can change to a Euro City train to Schladming, sometimes with a train in Bischofshofen. The current timetable has travel time being just over 4 hours, but as abalada said, the timetable out through February 2010 has not been published yet.

Travel Tips for Munich

go to one of the beer halls,...

by stoner

go to one of the beer halls, the Hofbrau Haus is one of the more reknowned halls. The beer is fantastic, and you have to sample at least one of the many Bavarian sausages (keep your minds out of the gutter).

too much Jitka

by j-san

eating too much, esp. the local speciality Weisswurst. Did you know, they should only be eaten before 11am traditionally?! Well, I ate them all the time and drank and slept... and put on plenty of weight!!!

As I mentioned above, I was...

by Hagerty

As I mentioned above, I was in Munich for a month. During this month I visited at least four Museums or places a week. I studied German at the Goethe Institute during this time and they offered free tours of the city. The Museums that can not be missed are the Residenz and the Neu Pinakotek. All of the Musuems are free on Sundays!!! The Residenz is a beautiful building that has two separate tours. I am not certain of the names, but the first part is the crown jewels. This is a U shaped building with displays of the most intricately designed jewelery and religious artifacts. Just noticing the amount of work that went into these pieces of art is inspiring. The other part is a walk throu the ruling family of Bavaria's house. It is huge and not easily accessible for the walking impaired. However, I highly suggest walking through this wonderful palace. The top floor is amazing, it has at least ten different rooms with different patterns of inlayed wood covering the floor!!
The Alte and Neu Pinakotek are must sees. The Alte has Peter Paul Rubens paintings and many other famous paintings, but the real treasures are at the Neu. You will see paintings from Degas, Monet, Manet, Picasso, Von Gogh, and many other great artists. It is a real treasure.
If you have time, you should see the Deutsche Museum. It is a museum dedicated to Science and Technology. It is amazing what they have been able to place in this museum. Whole planes, submarines, and cars fill the first few floors. While as you wander to the higher floors you have musical instruments, the enigma, and a room dedicated to medical science where you walk through a living cell.

Keep Warm on the Slopes

by gabriellefox

Munich was bright and cold on my visit in February. If it were not for the fact that I was working with a ski/boardwear company I may well have been in danger of freezing my little touchy off. When it comes to mountain sports it is important that your clothing keeps you warm and dry but also allows your body to breath. Invest in good quality hats, gloves, jackets and trousers.

Many more churches!

by Roeffie

There are a lot of churches in Munich. I don't know the name of this one, but the view on this church was marvelous from the Wehrsteg!

This church is situated on the Steinsdorfstrasse right across the Mariannenbrücke.


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