I just found some limited information online about Winterfest. We will be in Munich in December and are planning a day trip to Salzburg. One of our travelers is an experienced juggler and might enjoy something like this. Is it an "open" sort of things, where you can wander the tents, or do you only purchase tickets for a specific show and there's only one thing going on at a time? From the English portion of their website it was somewhat difficult to be sure. Any guidance would be appreciated it. Opinions on whether it's worth it for the money are much appreciated as well.
It appears that many people suggest "doing your own thing" and skip the pre-packaged tours on the buses. What about the Hop On, Hop Off bus that visits each SOM site? You can get off and send as much (or as little) time as you wish at each site. The only place not covered is apparently the cathedral in Mondsee.
Hi. Can someone kindly tell me does the 840 bus leave from any where near salzburg centre or is it only from train station, the price for Adult, the price for child.
There is 5 Adults, a 14 year old and 2 toddlers under 4 is it possible to get the Bayern ticket or the Einfach Raus ticket would this cover the 5 Adults €38 and the 3 children go free or do I have to get reduced fare for 14 year old. Advice on the subject welcome.
Hello there, me again.We have to get to schachnerstrasse near the Donau zentrum,visiting Christian Buchmann. I cannot find this street on the map but I noticed the 20th dosctrict is next door to 9ith district which is where we are staying, next to Franz Josef Bahnhof. Is it possible to get a tram or other transport from Franz Josef Bahnhof to the 20th district and get near to Buchmann's office on Schachnerstrasse, where we will not be walking too far?Any help gratefully received. Thank you
I have read that the vienna boys choir give cincerts at he MuTh (Music Theatre) each Friday afternoon which have a children's programme of items from childrens' opera. pop songs as well as the classics. But trying to find information has not been successful. The concerts are apparently held at 5.30 pm on Fridays (hardly afternoon) and the prices are very cnfusing, they vary so much from site to site. Can anyone halp with any information where the tickets can be bought and at what price? I would be very grateful for any help. Thank you
Hi, we are going to Hallstatt in a months time, but when I checked the weather forecast it showed that it probably will be raining in this part of Europe. I know weather forecasts are not reliable in this sense - 30 days ahead, let alone the climate change, etc. - but I'm already thinking of backup plans - just in case :) I was wondering whether it would still be possible to go up to the salt mine and/ or ice cave if it was raining. Do they operate the funicular in such weather coniditons? I understand that on rainy days there is no point in going up to the 5 fingers and the viewing point, but I hope that the caves still can be viewed by visitors. Could anyone confirm this, please? Or do you think it would be better if I asked the tourist center in Hallstatt via e-mail about these things? Thanks a lot for your replies in advance!
I am now in salzburg and spending 4 days (19 - 22 may) with daytours for a few sightseeings (salt mine/ice cave/lake). I will need to catch a flight on 25th which gives me 2 more days of spare time. Is there any place you wld recommend me to go which is near munich/salzburg?
I am looking to know what ages children travel free. As I have 5 adults, 1 child aged 14 and 2 children under the age of 4. I am a bit confused can I buy 1 Bayern ticket for the 5 adults and the 3 children under 15 travel free? Or do I have to buy 2 Bayern tickets? I'm traveling from Berchtesgaden to Munich. All replies greatly appreciated. :)))))
Does anybody know how to get to Parndorf during a week day if you are not travelling by the car? I want to go there tomorrow, 23.dec, from Bratislava (SK). I heard about shuttle buses from Bratislava to Vienna, don`t you know if they are stopping in Parndorf as it is on direction to Vienna? It will be very helpfull from you if you could get any information. Thanks
hello.. i would love to go to the designer outlet in parndorf.. do anyone knows how to get there besides renting a car? i heard there is a shuttle in friday and saturday..how about the rest of the day? i'll be in vienna from sunday to wednesday =( anyone can help? thank u
I am living in Vienna and very much willing to visit Parndorf. But, how can I reach there? Is there any public transportation to go there? It's better for me, if there is any S-Bahn or Bus line to Parndorf. Please anyone let me know about this, and that would be helpful for me.
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