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Travellng from Berlin to Prague and to Vienna and back to Berlin

by WilliamOw

Hi I will be in Berlin in late December 2008. I intend to travel to Prague nd stay there for a few days before travelling to Vienna for a few days. Will then travel back to Berlin. I have heard of people take trains from Eurorail for these destinations but I find the prices a bit steep. Is there any other modes of travelling to such destinations?

Re: Travellng from Berlin to Prague and to Vienna and back to Berlin

by leics

Eurail is not a railway company; it is a ticketing agency and yes, its fares will be more than if you buy them from the appropriate place.

This is the station, or the railway website.

For trains from Austria:

http://www.oebb.at/en/

and for Germany, the wonderfully efficient bahn.de site (which will give you timetables for the vast majority of European trains):

http://www.bahn.de/p/view/international/englisch/international_guests.shtml

Both sites are in English.

You may want to buy online, but it is just as easy to buy your ticket at the station (perhaps the day before if you are travelling on a reservation-only train).

Trains which are not reservation-only do not need advance purchase: they do not get 'sold-out'.

Re: Travellng from Berlin to Prague and to Vienna and back to Berlin

by leics

A cheaper option (although it will take longer) is to travel by coach (bus).

www.eurolines.com will provide carriers and details.

Just don't buy your train tickets through Eurail or Raileurope!

Re: Travellng from Berlin to Prague and to Vienna and back to Berlin

by abalada

If you buy a normal price ticket Berlin - Vienna (EUR 104,40) this ticket is valid 2 months and allows stopovers en route (e.g. Dresden and Prague). You can buy this tickets and reserve seats when arriving in Berlin. Latter is not compulsory but around Christmas and New Year advisable. You can do both reservations (Berlin-Prague and Prague-Vienna) in Berlin.

For returning from Vienna to Berlin you may consider to buy one of the specials in advance. E.g. for the day time trains from EUR 39,00 if you travel via Nuremberg. You can book these tickets through the DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
But earliest 89 days in advance. For end of December maybe even less, as the new yearly timetable (valid from 14. Dec. 2008) won't be online before early November.

Or use the direct night train Vienna - Berlin. Here the specials start from EUR 29,00 (seated). But I would recommend to go at least for a couchette. For more information see here
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/SparSchiene/SparSchiene_Germany/Vienna_-_Leipzig_-_Berlin/

Re: Travellng from Berlin to Prague and to Vienna and back to Berlin

by Turtleshell

Perhaps taking the plane back to Berlin is an option as well:

http://www.airberlin.com

http://www.lufthansa.com

Travel Tips for Berlin

Futuristic, almost SF look of Berlin

by croisbeauty

As for the contemporary architecture, Postaderplatz is today probably the most interesting sight in whole of the world. I didn't take any picture of it in a gloomy day-light, and that was right decision because the whole area looks spectacular under the lights. The most attractive is Sony Center of course, which looks alike to those scenes we see in a SF films. The rooftop is in particularly attractive because it is illuminated and the colour of illumination, red and blu, changes every thirty seconds or so.

Sightseeing Bus

by dirkkunze

Do you want to check out some/many of the main sights of Berlin without paying for an expensive TouristTourBus where someone is talking to you from a tape? To get a first view on things and a feeling for the size and distance in Berlin: catch the BUS 100. This is a normal public transportation busline which covers much of the touristy area. So - take your "Lonley Planet" and hop on and off wherever you like.

Go over to the East side of...

by Sophiesmom2

Go over to the East side of Berlin and walk around...it is important to walk so you can appreciate the state of the buildings. Of course much of the city has been rebuilt, but there are still unrenovated areas. It is like stepping back in time. Also, take the time to go in the local bars and sample all the beer you can hold! It's ALL wonderful!

Where To Stock Up On Your Basics

by johngayton about Lidl

If you're self-catering here in Berlin one of the cheapest places to do your basic shopping is Lidl.

This is a German (and international) chain of supermarkets and most districts will have a branch.

There's a search box on the German website - where it says "Filiale ändern" - if you put in the 5-digit postcode of your lodgings it'll give you a list of nearby branches. All your basic shopping needs which in my case was: Beer, Coffee, Sausage, Cheese and Bread (all the essentials of life!). Prices are very cheap and if I remember correctly the beers (0.5 l bottles) were about 60 Eurocents each.

Georgbrau

by PookieRabbit about Brauhaus

Another Brauhaus located in the Nikolaiviertel area of Berlin. Presumably named after the nearby statue of George slaying the dragon. Again good beer and food. Had the metre of beer here but with this some on you dont seem to get different samples.

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