Weimar Transportation

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    by globetrott Written Sep 15, 2012

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    This might be an idea for your vacation in case that you dont only stay in Weimar, but also in the surrounding places of interest in the county of Thüringen: Thueringen-Card is a way to save some money and you will get free entrance to a total of 200 museums, exhibitions, palaces and castles, parks and even swimming-pools and other recreation-areas.
    This card is also a train-ticket for a circle of 50km from your hotel and includes the trams and buses in the city of Erfurt.A MARCO-POLO-Reiseführer / travelguide-booklet is also included (in german only) and it will show you all infos about the places you like to visit.
    24h cards are 16,- p.p. / 11,00 for children
    3 day-cards are 36,00 / 23,00 euros
    6-day-cards are 56,00 / 34,00 euros
    these 3 or 6 days you can choose yourself ,
    NO need to be consecutive days !!!

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    by antistar Written Jul 8, 2006

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    Weimar's station is a fair walk outside of the city center, but it has great regional and inter-city links. Even though the state of Thuringia is a little isolated by German standards, being on the super fast ICE line that cuts from Frankfurt and Dusseldorf to Dresden means the city can be accessed quickly from almost anywhere in the country. You can be in Leipzig in 45 minutes, Dresden in about 2 hours, and Frankfurt in less than 3 hours.

    Regional links are very good, at least on the former East German side of the border. Getting to anywhere in Bavaria to the south is not so easy. Regular local trains run to nearby places of interest, like Naumberg with its dramatic cathedral, the communist time-capsule of Chemnitz, medieval Erfurt, and Eisenach with its fabulous Wartburg castle. This makes Weimar a perfect place for exploring the area.

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    Weimarcard - won't need it

    by dutchboycalledjan Written Jul 6, 2006

    We had a Weimarcard for the transportation, but didn't have to use it. Everything is within walking distance and the walk to the Belverdere, partly through the Park am Ilm, is pretty. There is a slight reduction in price at several musea and sights, but it is not worth the prices of the card, unless you visit them all. Besides, we were often charged an additional fee to the stated prices, 'because of the community taxes'.

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    Getting there

    by Leipzig Updated Feb 11, 2003

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    By car: The autobahn A4 links Weimar with Frankfurt and Dresden.

    By plane: Erfurt Airport is only 25 km from Weimar.

    By train: You can reach Weimar by rail quickly and easily, with the ICE (Frankfurt - Leipzig - Dresden).

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