We're planning a two week trip in October to this area. The rough plan is to do 1-2 days in Munich, drive to Innsbruck/and or Salzburg. Train to Vienna for 3 days, then train to Prague for 2-3 days. Train to Nuremburg, then drive back to Munich along a portion of the Romantic Road. Too much? We like a driving holiday, and are happy to do a bit of sightseeing from the train/car, but don't want to rush too much. We're okay to cut something out (for another time perhaps), but not sure what. Help!
I'm going to be in Munich the week before Oktoberfest starts and then staying a day or two for the start of Oktoberfest.
What are some good towns or hostels or b&bs to stay outside of Munich but that are close to trains/trams?
Thanks! I really appreciate the help (:
I will be hiking in Berchtesgaden NP in mid Sept in the middle of the week and was wondering if I needed to make reservations ahead of time? They say only during busy season are they needed, but I don't think Sept 15th-ish will be busy season. Anyone ever done this hut before and have suggestions?
Thinking about going to this game with my wife as we will be in Berlin. We have never been to a European football match. Looked @ the stadium & it seems OK, just a bit of a transit ride to get there. Would this be a good choice for our 1st. Euro match? Not many tickets left so I have to move fast. Thanks in Advance.
I'm looking for some place to buy dirndls. I'm in New York right now and everybody is telling me to buy it from Munich rather than online. Anybody knows locations for good shops around? and prices for these dirndls around in Munich or other places?
Hi! My boyfriend and I are traveling to Europe next summer. We are definitely visiting Amsterdam and Paris, but we are stuck on where to visit in Germany. Obviously Western Germany is closer to our other destinations, but we are wondering if it is worth it to go to Munich for 3-4 days instead of traveling through cities along the Rhine and/or other cities more western/central.
Our trip is 2 weeks long and we want to spend about 10 days total in Amsterdam and France. That leaves about 3-4…
Next summer my boyfriend and I are planning a trip to Europe for 2-weeks. We are planning on stopping in Amsterdam, then a city in Western Germany, and ending our trip in Paris. We are wondering where the best place to visit in Germany would be, that is not too far out of the way from Amsterdam to Paris. We are looking for our perfect idea of a German experience, e.g. cobblestone streets, beautiful sights (Rhine River is preferable), fun atmosphere, beer drinking, cute markets/streets…
Is it possible for me and my friend (both 16) to stay in any hotel without restrictions in Berlin, Germany?
If any permissions are required, what should I provide the authorities?
Thanks in advance!
Hello! I will be in Kaislerslautern for several weeks in september. Looking for ideas for day trips for myself (host is working during the week). First time visiting. Interests: libraries, book stores, museums (not so much into art museums, but into history, culture, common folk, etc.), theatre, films, outdoor activities i.e. light hiking / trails, gardens, etc. ad of course site-seeing. Not being familiar with the train system there, for day-trips is it better to buy a month pass or buy…
Together with 4 people, we will be in Munich for 6 nights in December, coming from Nuremberg. I was thinking about this itinerary:
Day 1: half day Munich
Day 2: full day in Munich
Day 3: The Royal Castles Neuschwanstein & Linderhof (organised tour) http://www.stadtrundfahrten-muenchen.de/en/day_trips/angebot/neuschwanstein-1/
Day 4: Garmisch-Partenkirchen & Zugspitze Mountain (train)
Day 5: Augsburg (train)
Day 6: full day Munich
Day 7: fly back.
Now I was thinking of whether I should…