My husband and I are traveling to Munich to land in the early morning on March 22. Our plan is to start off taking the train from Munich to Salzburg and do some sightseeing for the day then head off to ski the alps for a couple of days and return on Thursday to enjoy the Strongbeer festival to end our trip. Any suggestions on how we planned our trip? We figured the weekend would be best for enjoying the Strongbeer festival. Should there be any reservations made for tables at the different beer halls as they might get busy? Where do we find a list of interesting things going on during it? For example: strongman competition.
We are open to any and all suggestions!
Hi I am going to be in Hannover in April. I am looking for a Inline Roller Skating shop(s) to purchase professional high speed skate equipment---especially wheels and bearings. Can some one please help me with phone/email of the shops.
I will be travelling to Dusseldoft and Munich on business during 23 Feb through 26 Feb. I will have sometime to explore the city. I was wondering whether I should spend an extra day that I have in Dusseldoft or Munich. Any advise would be appreciated.
Also please recommend must visit places in Munich.
we are having a flight on 5.04 (Sunday) at 8.20 in the morning from the Baden Airpark.
Is there a way to get to the airport so early?
My husband and I will stay in St. Goar for 3 nights to know the region.
What do you think of this tour? burg-cochem.de/cochemer-nach...
Is it nice to it and then get dinner in town and enjoy the view of Cochem by night? Then take the train back to St. Goar?
I'm visiting a family friend in Passau, Germany in early March and would like to spend a day or two (?) seeing the park - will any light hiking be possible? I'm not sure how much snow will be there or what the weather is like. Also, any suggestions on where to stay that has close access to the park?
I am going back to Hamburg in mid-May, for 5 days, having been persuaded by two former work colleagues (who have no German and have never visited Hamburg) to act as translator, organiser and guide. So this may be the first of a few questions...
Last time I walked through the Elbtunnel, it was being refurbished and ther were no cars. I assume the work is now complete (correct?) and that we would be sharing the tunnel with cars. Anyway, has anyone any suggestions for what to do once you emerge from the tunnel ion the southern bank of the Elbe? Last time, I took in the view of the city across the river, walked past the various works entrances to Blohm + Voss, and looked for a memorial to the prisoners from Neuengamme who had worked as forced-labourers in the shipyards (I never found it. Does it exist? Where exactly is it?), My main question: Is there any 'route' back to 'central' Hamburg, involving a reasonable walk and/or public transport, other than a stroll back through the tunnel?
We arrive in Bacharach on Wednesday afternoon 2 Oct 2015 . We have 2 nights booked and leave on Friday morning for Cologne. We plan to travel by KD ferry to Koblenz and then get the train.
Can you recommend a day trip for Thursday..?? maybe tours to Castles..??
Do we have to pre book tickets for the ferry to Koblenz..??
Any other suggestions much appreciated.
Roger and Pat ( in our 70's but going strong..!! )
I will be in Cologne for the IDS fair.
I am satying in Dusseldorf.
How much is the train ticket from Dusseldorf to Cologne?
On the day I am visiting, the fair ticket allows me to travel all day in the Langenfeld (Rheinl.) region. So, with this in mind what ticket should I by from Dusseldorf to Cologne?
An how much is the ticket from Dusseldorf to Cologne airport? Best way to get there?
We arrive MUC on a Sat around 3. Return 8 days later on a Sunday. Must see locations: Salzburg (Sound of Music). beautiful alpine villages and a couple of Ludwig's castles. Thinking of driving for most of trip. Probably need 2 days in Munich (historic area mainly), and 2 full days in Salzburg. Thinking we should keep Munich for the end of trip because otherwise we'd be there on a Sunday, when markets and shops are closed. So question is whether we should drive south to Fussen or east to Salzburg on arrival from overseas flight?
All suggestions welcome! thank you!
I will be travelling to Dusseldorf and Munich on business during 23 Feb through 26 Feb. I will have sometime to explore the city. I was wondering whether I should spend an extra day that I have in Dusseldoft or Munich. Any advise would be appreciated.
Also please recommend must visit places in Dusseldorf.
Hi. This will be my first time to travel Europe. I'll be staying in Hemer for 6 weeks. I only have weekends to explore Germany and hopefully to travel some neighboring countries like Netherlands, France and Belgium. Do you think it's possible considering the limited time I have? Please suggest places I must see, and the travel time if possible, and I'll do my research from there. Thanks in advance :)
We will be visiting Neuschwanstein Castle with a 3 y.o. child in early May.
The bus will not be available in these days due to some road maintenance.
We will not take inside tour, only some Courtyard shots and up and down to the Bridge.
Is there a possibility to bring a stroller in a Horse Carriage with us or our only option is to take a long walk uphill ?
We are thinking that we might like to take a day trip from Mainz via train (we have a eurail pass) to find a castle(s) to tour. We had seen that Koblenz was just up the river and wondered if it would be a worthwhile trip to go up there, getting on and off the train along the way at any places that are interesting. Or would there be a more exciting/interesting trip to see/tour castles going from Mainz via train in another direction? Thanks!
We will arrive to Eibsee by car and from there would like to take a cable car (Eibsee Seilbahn) up to the top straight away.
Then, after spending some time at the summit, we will get down to the Zugspitzplat (by Gletscherbahn) for some lunch
The question is - can we go backwards to Eibsee exactly vice versa?
I mean the following route: Eibsee --> Zugspitze Summit --> Zugspitzplat --> Zugspitze Summit --> Eibsee (all by cable cars).
Or our only option is a train only ? We are going with a little daughter, prefer not to boil her in a train full of tourists.
The second question - Can we buy the tickets directly at Eibsee station or we have to visit Garmisch for a tickets ?
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