Hotel Verdi

Landwehrstrasse 46, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
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Munich to Budapest by rail

by b00gied0n

I was heading out to Europe with my wife and I am doing a munich to Budapest trip by rail and I wanted to see if anyone can help me with some tips on making the rail as cheap as possible considering my itinerary. This is how my itinerary looks like:
Dec 10 - Munich (Hotel)
Dec 11 - Fussen (morning) / Salzburg (night - hotel)
Dec 12 - Salzburg (Morning) / Vienna (night - hotel)
Dec 13 - Vienna (Hotel)
Dec 14 - Bratislava/Budapest (Hotel)
Dec 15- Budapest

From my research it looks like I can cover the Munich to Fussen to Salzburg via the Bavaria ticket in the Bahn website for me and my wife for only 28 Euros. The problem I have is minimizing the cost for the rest of the trip. Do you have any advice?

Thank you very much in advance.

Regards,

Don

Re: Munich to Budapest by rail

by lotharscheer

Salzburg to Vienna you can do with "Einfach Raus Ticket" €28 for up to 5 people (no fast trains, no reservation necessary):
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travelling_cheaper/Groups/Einfach-Raus-Ticket/index.jsp
Vienna to Bratislava "EURegio - Special Bratislava Ticket" €14.90 dayretour including local transport in Bratislava, vending machine or ticketcounter:
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/EURegio/EURegio_-_Special_Bratislava_Ticket/index.jsp
Vienna to Budapest "Sparschiene" €19 book online:
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/SparSchiene/SparSchiene_Hungary/index.jsp

Re: Munich to Budapest by rail

by delcity

just a old trick. try starting in budapest and ending in munich. for many years starting a rail trip at the eastern most point and then traveling west often cost a great deal less than starting at the western most point and then traveling east.

Re: Munich to Budapest by rail

by delcity

just a old trick. try starting in budapest and ending in munich. for many years starting a rail trip at the eastern most point and then traveling west often cost a great deal less than starting at the western most point and then traveling east.

Travel Tips for Munich

Castle Neuschwanstein,
built...

by giocatto

Castle Neuschwanstein,
built between 1869 and 1886 , by King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Only 4 km – just over a mile – from Fussen.
Opening times; April 1 to Sept 30 - 8.30 until 17.30 hrs
October 1 to March 31 - 10.00 until 16.00 hrs

Closed : Nov. 1, Dec. 24, 25, 31, Jan. 1 .

Guided tours only, duration approx. 35 min. Tours involve climbing 165 steps and 181 steps down. Access by foot, by small bus or by horse drawn carriages from base of hill in Hohenschwangau village. Less able visitors should check first.

Charges: Adults Euro 6 ,
Children under 6 are free,
Children 6 to 15 free with adults.
Check other discounts when buying tickets.

Marienplatz Luxury

by adambeau

Strolling 'round and 'round through the sites can tire you legs a bit, so why not have a seat in an area where everyone else is doing the same thing. You'll meet new people as you relax near Karlstor, sip a hot kaffee and munch on some Kuchen, or sample some schnellimbiss, fast food snacks such as sausage or hamburgers.
Or maybe you'll just want to rest the legs and eyeballs, like this photo captures, before heading out to explore once again.

Smoke and Drink

by diageva

I knew that german people use to drink much beer, but I didn't knew that they smoke so much :) I was very impresse.

Its a great spectaculo to see so many people together drinking those big glasses of beer and enjoying the smallest sun ray, no matter the cold it is, they enjoy the outside life.

Biking in Munich and Surroundings

by chris.hh

I created this tip by a forum posting. I am not a Munich expert but maybe this info might help someone planning a biking tour in or aroung Munich...

Some of the Links are not in English but some of them have maps and the train connection. So it should help for getting a first survey...

Here you also find routs outside of Munich
www.muenchen.de/verticals/Mobilitaet/Fahrrad/Fahrradnetz/4_Radtouren/137357/index.html

Here is a tour planner for the city:
http://www.muenchen.de/verticals/Mobilitaet/Fahrrad/Fahrradnetz/1_Routing/136690/index.html

Here is an online map where you can enter addresses:
maps.muenchen.de/radlstadtplan_2009/radlstadtplan_2009.html?str=Marienpl.&num=8

Here you find an easy map for a tour along the river Isar (just for the locations)
http://www.stmugv.bayern.de/umwelt/naturschutz/aktiv/r_isar.htm

This is a bike community in Munich.
www.adfc-muenchen.de

Near Munich: What a place for a grave!

by sabsi

On a snowy afternoon we went to Starnberger See (Lake Starnberg) for a walk at the lake. I had read about the memorial cross for King Ludwig II in my guidebook and wanted to see it because it looked like a nice place. I didn't expect this to be such a nice place. There was a lot of snow when we walked through a little park to the chapel (Votivkapelle) that was built in rememberance of the king who died in the lake in 1886. Underneath the chapel - which is quite big actually - there's a cross in the lake. It is said that Ludwig died here because he was found here. Some say it was suicide, some claim it was murder. We stood here for a while and enjoyed the silence and the views over the grey lake at dusk. A wonderful place!

The chapel and cross are located just outside of a small village called Berg on the eastern side of the lake.

It will take you approx. 30 mts from Munich by car to get here. There's also an S-Bahn to Starnberg. From there you have to rely on your feet or the local bus.

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