Tren colmar munich

tren colmar munich

- you are restricted to regional trains but since you are not traveling far that is fine. There seems to some direct connections (EC.g. From 38, london - Paris, from 66, swiss Travel Pass. Any help is appreciated. London Pass, from 100, berlin Pass, from 124. For additional trips, search again. Maybe that regional pass would cover buses or trains that link Colmar to those picture postcard wine towns. Re: Train Munich to Strasbourg, mar 18, 2006, 2:29 PM / then look for 'Internat. Browse all 20,128 Munich topics ».

If traveling around Germany itself by train or nearby countries check out various rail passes - like if under 25 there is a bargain German Railpass or Germanhy-Benelux Railpass (valid in Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg) or France-Germany; etc or even a Eurail Youthpass. Choose your departure time, the most popular times and dates of departure to go to Colmar are often more expensive. Level, contributor 189 posts 80 reviews, train Munich to Strasbourg, mar 18, 2006, 2:19. The German Railpass - even youthpasses - allows you to hop on virtually any train in Germany any time - fully flexible tickets can cost a ton - good for spontaneous travel. Advance rail tickets from Munich to Colmar are the cheapest train tickets. Colmar is a wonderful old town but small and not much to see or do, right in town that is but at its door step are a string of wine towns along the Alsace Wine Road - a meandering road skirting the foothills of the. From 387, barcelona, madrid, paris, london, geneva. Paris Pass, from 103, omnia Vatican and Rome Card, from 143. You may book up to 3 months in advance. Searches are limited to 5 trips. Railpasses also pass in full on K-D boats on The Rhine's best most scenic part - between Rudesheim/Bingen and Koblenz - just hop on and that is one thing any foreign tourist in Germany for that long would probably. Colmar itself is a half-day town - check out the Statue of Liberty replica now standing the in the hometown of the sculptor who sculpted the real statue here, I believe, and had it shipped bit by bit to NYC.