Hotel Hasselberg

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travel kaiserslatern to milan

by syetan

Hi guys,

I might need to go to Milan for a conference on 13-14 June and I'll be in Kaiserslautern on 12 June to watch Australia play Japan, which kicks off at 3pm German time so it'll end about 5pm. If I nee dto be in Milan the next morning how best do I get about getting there? I had a look on the web and it seems the nearest airport is in Saarbrucken but they have no direct flights to Milan and all leave at inopportune times on the 12th or 13th. I figure I might have to catch a train to frankfurt and go from there-any ideas?

RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by christine.j

Did you check Ryanair, leaving from Hahn? They have a flight at 8:35 pm, which probably won't leave you enough time to get there from the match. There is another flight at 8:15 am.
There is also a night train leaving from Mannheim at 23:38, arriving in Milan at 7:45 in the morning.This may be your best choice.
Check www.bahn.de

RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by abalada

I'm a bit surprised that nobody has yet organized a bus shuttle between Hahn and Kaiserslautern during the World Cup. But couldn't find anything on this yet.
Thus without car it's not easy to reach Hahn from Kaiserslautern.

I also think that the night train from Munich will be the most realistic option.
You can book online here
https://buchung.nachtzugreise.de

The problem with Kaiserlautern is: it's the smallest venue city and many fans won't/can't stay there. Thus many will have to head after the match towards Mannheim. A route you have to take also when going to Frankfurt. There will be additional and longer trains - but there are limits on this. The signalling on this route does not allow a frequency like e.g. on the urban networks of big cities.

RE: RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by abalada

I also think that the night train from MANNHEIM ...

RE: RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by syetan

Thanks for the replies guys-Ryanair has a real cheap deal to Milan and depending on how quickly I can get to Hahn airport that might well prove the best way to get about it, but we'll see.

RE: RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by christine.j

When you're considering Ryanair, keep in mind
- to book early to get a good price,
- to book online and register your baggage - if you register it at the gate,
it's more expensive - and
- to be in Hahn at least one hour prior to departure, earlier would be better.
Check-in will be closed in time, even if there are still people waiting.

RE: RE: travel kaiserslatern to milan

by syetan

Thanks - that's very useful info!!

Travel Tips for Kaiserslautern

Emmerich Smola Music School

by Nemorino

The Emmerich Smola music school of the city of Kaiserslautern is a public educational institution which offers practical and theoretical music courses for children, young people and adults.

The school is named after the German orchestra conductor Emmerich Smola, born 1922 in what is now the Czech Republic. Smola studied music in Prague and started his career as a double bass player. In 1948 he became director of the South-West-German radio orchestra in Kaiserslautern, where he remained for thirty-nine years until 1987.

In his long career as a conductor he has made more than fifteen thousand recordings, most of which are in the archives of the South-West-German Radio and are still aired regularly. (Which is why anyone who listens to classical music broadcasts in Germany has heard the name Smola over and over again.)

Second photo: In front of the music school.

St.-Martins-Platz 3

49°26'46.12" North; 7°46'19.01" East

Kaiserslautern

by johnhauck

"Fine German Castles"

The town of Kaiserslautern had it's beginnings as a favorite fishing place for the King. He build a castle in the center of town and eventually built a number of small castles on the surrounding hills. I actually live in a suburb of Kaiserslautern, and can see one of the most interesting of these castles from two sides of my house.

Deeper in the woods behind my house is another castle. It is not on the map and not very many people know about it. I am kind of a fitness freak and found it quite accidentally, as I paused to catch my breath while running "berg auf". It has curious "ruines" carved into the living rock. quite interesting.

Beautiful Palatinate

by africanee

Due to the fact that there is no location called "Pirmasens" or "Ludwigswinkel" (suprise!) at VT, I have to use "Kaiserslautern" to introduce this beautiful area to you.

Rhineland-Palatinate is located in the South-West of Germany and is, in my opinion, one of the most wonderful areas in this country.
It is famous for it´s beautiful and huge forest (the biggest on Germany), for it´s many mostly ruined castles (approx 400) for it´s wine and for shoe industry.

..."somewhere in the midst of all this is the green border, the 172000 hectare "Park Naturel regional des Vosges" on the French side and the "Dahner Felsenland" (Dahn Cliff Country), the southernorth part of the "Naturpark Pfälzer Wald" in the Palatinate. In this stretch of land along the Palatine-Alsatian border, much of it located at vertiginous heights, lie numerous striking remnants of mighty castles and feudal forifications in close proximity toeach other.
All of them reflect a tightly intervowen Franco-German past and almost 1000 years of European history."
(source:pamina)

Warning: This is going to be another love story!!!

Please have a look at my travelogues for further details.

It will take an awful long time to build this page, so please be patient - as usual.
And please note that it will be updated regularly.
Thanks!

Castles

by africanee

"View to the Altdahn castle"

Triple castles, the largest fortifications in the Palatinate.
Dates back to 11th century. Typical Wasgau castle built on steep, free-standing cliffs, with romms, steps and corridors carved out of the rock. Remains of castle walls and a house.

"Way towards Lützelhardt"

"The castle again"

"Lützelhardt again"

"Castle Fleckenstein"

This castle near Lembach is mostly intact. Built in the 12th century, one of the largest castles inthe Vosges, erected on a steep sloping stone plate 370 meters high.
An ideal fortification 92 meters long and 8 meters wide. The rock-hewn rooms are impressive.
(source:pamina)

I´ll have better pics than this - hope to find them soon.

"View from this castle"

It´s winter!!

"Altdahn in Winter"

"Altdahn in Winter"

"Castle Berwartstein"

This castle is near Erlenbach. It´s restored.
And it "is the only occupied castle in the Palatinate. Impressive Wasgau castle, built in the 12th century, located high on a rock outcropping with a 104-meter-deep well. Additional wall from the 15th century.
Preserved: defensive tower, rooms carved out of tje cliff,passageways hewn in the rock face."
(source:pamina)
There are guided tours. It is absolutuely worth visiting!

"Original entrance of the castle"

"Viwe from Castle Berwartstein"

"Drachenfels"

Castle ruin near Busenberg. Perched on two narrow, steep sandstone cliffs, this cliff castle belonged to the Lords von Drachenfels (1209 - 1344).
Destroyed in 1523. Still preserved: rock-hewn chambers (upper castle), tower building, remains of another tower
(lower level)
(source:pamina)

"View from Drachenfels"

"Castle Lützelhardt"

A typical cliff castle, located near Obersteinbach.
Presumably built during the 12th century. Destroyed during the Thirty Year´s War. Parts of the curtain wall, the lower level of the cstle, the keep and the house remain.
(source:pamina)

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