We will be taking the ferry to Rodby on Saturday for a cycling holiday in Denmark. We need a parking place for our car in or close to Puttgarden for about 2 weeks. Any advice or recommendation for a suitable and not too expensive car park would be much appreciated. Thanks!
I plan to come by train from munich to see Neausweisten castle from inside and the photo op and I will make reservations , after which i want to see alpsee, but not spend too much time there and go to the luge.
i dont want to walk full perimeter, which route do you recommend walking up till.
How far of a walk or hike is the spot from which we can see the lake fe above in terms of time it will take.
If the bridge from which pictures of the castle are taken is there an alternative spot?
We are staying at the Wurzburgwr Hof Hotel. We need restaurant advice on places that are walking distance of the hotel. Preferably in The 10 to 20 Euro range, have English menus, looking for basic food like sausages, snitzel, and also good breakfasts. We do not drink wine but I like beer and my wife drinks coke. Simple places will work.
In 2 months I will travel to San Francisco. I will live there for 5 months because of an internship.
Now, I am searching for some people for activities like sports, travelling, party etc.
Please contact me if you are interested :-)
Many greetings from Germany
Hello are there daily cruses between Koblenz and Treir and reverse, like with the KD Line on the Rhein? I looked on the internet and could not find a company. Thankes in advance.
thank you so much for help in advance :)
my trip will be 10 days Germany and 4 days Amsterdam
1- i will arrive Berlin in 25-9 tell 30-9 i will be staying in intercity berlin Hbf next to hbf station my schedule there will be : day one 25 :
* One hour spree river cruise from Pier Hauptbahnhof
* prebooked visit Reichstag Building
* Brandenburg Gate and Pariser Platz
* in the night : Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin the WYLDE show
Day 2 26 :
* SANDEMANs free tour berlin prebooked 11 am
* Alexanderplatz and Giant Fish Tank in Radisson Blu Hotel
* East side gallery
* at night : potsdamer platz
Day 3 27- ( marathon day ) :
* prebooked trip to potsdam
* in the night : KaDeWe famous mall and Kurfurstendam
Day 4 28:
* Museum island and visiting Pergamonmuseum and enjoy the dom and the place
* peaceful walk in Tiergarten
* in the night : Hard rock cafe prebooked
Day 5 : leaving to Wurzburg prebooked train trip
Hotel Gruener Baum hotel ( couldn't found a good hotel in my times near the main station with visiting to the main attractions there and dinner at Alte Mainmuhle prebooked
Day 6 : day trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber i will pay regional train one day ticket from station for two persons
Day 7 : from wurzburg to Nuremberg trip prebooked staying at victory hotel next to train station with tourist attractions visit and dinner in hauptmarket square Bratwursthausle restaurant
Day 8 : one day trip to bamberg will buy the regional one day ticket for twp persons before i hop in
Day 9 : trip from Nuremberg to Frankfurt prebooked in hamborg HbF hotel next to train station with visit to mainz with one day hesse ticket and in night visiting The Römerberg and zeil mall
Day 10 : KD Rhine River Cruise with one day regional train ticket from Rüdesheim to Boppard and from Boppard to st goar and then the train back from st goar to frankfurt
Day 11 : trip to amsterdam prebooked
any advices will be so grateful
We are traveling from Basel by train ending up in Heidelberg and what is interesting to visit in 4 days? And are interested in historic quaint, interesting villages to walk around, good food and local beer and breweries. Villages with the centers reasonably a short walk, less than 1 Km, to the train station. All suggestions are greatly appreciated.?
Looking for advice on people who have travelled to Munich in early/mid October in previous years
What is the weather like i.e. mild enough for jeans and a zipper or is it more jackets/scarves/gloves/boots etc?
Starting to think about what to pack
we are a family of four travelling with two kids ages 9 and 7, and where thinking of staying for two weeks , do you think it is too much or a week would be enough? and in which part would you stay as we want to take the kids to Europa Themepark and some other intering places....thanks
Hi - I am travelling next week to Berlin and wondering the best way to meet people? I'll be staying in a hotel and quite liked the idea of booking a pub crawl is it strange to go to one of these alone? Any advice appreciated, quite keen to meet people on my trip.
We have one full day that we can use left on our holiday and are struggling to find something to do.
I have googled and read numerous lists but we have covered a lot of them.
Our requirements are:
Must suit 6yo and adult.
ideally indoors (it's very hot here at the moment and the kid is averse to it).
If outdoors then some water activity where can cool off would be ideal.
Would like something new so not:
Would like something animal related if possible?
I know these are quite specific requirements but any feedback greatly received.
Happy to travel up to two hours from Berlin Hauptbahnhof
Hi. If someone wants to visit the sites of Luitpoldhain and Zeppelinfeld, are these places open spaces that can be visited anytime or one should visit them during the opening hours of the Congress Hall? And pls tell me for someone who doesn't speak english (nor german either0, do you think that the material of the exhibition at the Congress Hall is worth the visit? I mean, are the photo material and the videos understandable without understanding the words? Thanks.
With Emirates having convenient flights from Adelaide to Munich, how would I book the combination Rail & Fly ticket seeing I need to get from Munich airport to another city/town? I normally book my flights online and would be booking on the Qantas website (the flights Adelaide - Dubai - Munich are operated by Emirates). I normally just buy my train ticket but do I understand correctly that a train journey would be free? I have read the info on bahn.de but couldn,t actually see the detail I was looking for.
We are spending 5 days in Hannover in December. I know there will be Christmas Markets but the suggested sights such as the lakes and gardens would be less desirable in Winter.
Are there any beautiful museums or buildings open in December (15-19th)? Would a day trip be a better idea?
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