I'd appreciate any advice on where to watch the final of the Eurovision song contest tomorrow evening (18th May). Are there any places (eg. cafe, sports bar, restaurant) in Potsdam which will be showing this event? We are visiting Potsdam this weekend and would love to get a glimpse of this year's final but the accommodation we'll be staying at doesn't have a TV... Any advice would be much appreciated!
I would like an opinion about the track for 10 days
Landing in Berlin
2 nights in Lubbenau / Spreewald
2 nights in Radebeul
2 nights Beroun-Czech Republic
2 nights Ansfelden-Austris
2 Nights Brand-Laaben not far from the airport in Vienna
Whether in terms of interesting places (landscapes, small towns, castles) track
Appropriate or should make changes in accommodation.
Trip is in September
Thank you very much
I will be in Dresden for two days in early June and want to buy some small lace items. Can anyone recommend me a good place to buy, preferably in the Altstadt where we will be staying or easy walking distance across the river in the Innere Neustadt?
How do I TRAVEL TORheinbischofsheim FROM FRANKFURT?
Just returned from Germany, and would like to say how very helpful German rail ticket office workers are. The first sold me a regional day ticket from Schwerin to Szczecin Poland saving loads. The second i needed to use 3 trains from Luneburg to Brussells, he suggested i bought a Bahn card saving 25%. Now my question is , the date on the bahn card is June , do this mean i can use again ?
We are travelling by car from Trier ( or possibly Luxembourg) to St Peter ( just east of Freiburg) by car. Can anyone recommend a interesting route with pretty villages, scenery, etc. where would be a good overnight place to stay if we did it over 2 days. Is there any one particular village or town that we must go to between the two.
I will be vacationing in Heidelberg just for 3 days. Would taking a bus from the city to Baden Baden be the most economical versus a train and how long a trip? I dont' seem to be able to find any information on buses that travel there. Appreciate any information you might have.
Our family of 6 will be arriving at the Warnemunde cruise terminal and would live to visit Schwerin Castle. Can we get there by public transport? The cruise ship excursions are very expensive for 6. Thanks...
I would be grateful if anyone could tell me if there is any free on street parking near "Johannisallee" as we are planning to visit a friend in that area. I just want to be prepared for our visit as it is our 1st time in the city with a car. I also don't mind a bit of walk if necessary.
Thanks in advance for any advice.
P & J
We are a young couple interested in little culture,a lot of nature and local life with local food. We have 14 days in hand and would like to travel in and around France by car ,free wheeleling. Do help me plan a trip which includes quaint villages and local good food.
We will be in Munich between Christmas and New Year's. Our rented apartment is near the corner of Prinzregentenstrasse and Ismaninger Strasse. Can anyone recommend places near there for food, particularly breakfasts and dinners? I'd like to go with a few close-by recommendations for any days we need something closer to "home." Also, is there a grocery/store market nearby where we might be able to pick up a few things to keep in the apartment for snacking or simple breakfasts? Thanks in advance! ~Erin
Can somebody explain how I can get from Munich to Memmingen airport? I found the last train from Munich at 11PM and it arrives to Memmingen train station at about 1AM. But nobody seem to know how to get to the airport from the train station at night.
Is there a bus from Munich to Memmingen airport? How far is the train station from the airport?
Thank you for help!
I'll be travelling by train from Bruxelles to Saarbrucken and from Saarbrucken to Paris and I want to know whether there is access for wheelchairs in order to get into the train station and the train itself. Bear in mind it is a power wheelchair, for what everything must be free-steps. I need to know if those train stations are wheelchair friendly and also if every train which does that journey or just some of them in specific times of the day are. In case not all of them have access, please let me know. Moreover, i would be glad if you could let me know if inside the train, every class is accesible, and if once there i have to request any special attention or instead the accesses are visible to the naked eye. Thank you, Gabriela
Can you please tell me the distance between the Saarbrucken Airport and the train station where I would catch the train to Paris? Also, do you know if there is public transportation between the two? Thank you.
I am 52 years old and traveling to Germany for the first time. My grandparents were both born & raised in Germany and my grandfather was from Saarbrucken. I want to spend some time in the town and am looking for suggestions as to how to best get a sense of the town's history as well as how the locals live now. Also, I am assuming that most public records were destroyed during the war, but if anyone has information about how to trace my family tree while I am there that would be appreciated as well. thank you.
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