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Munich - Strasbourg
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Travel inspiration in Munich and Strasbourg
Munich is one of the most popular destination in Europe and Germany. The city is the capital of the Bavaria state. Munich is world known for its beer and the famous Oktoberfest. Home to the BMW Welt and the FC Bayern, Munich is a city with something for everyone! More than that, Munich is an important centre for art, culture and international affairs. The city is clean, safe and has an efficient transport system. Being an open and joyful city, Munich is a leisure paradise with a splendid view over the alps. Munich is easily reached by train from Paris, Berlin and Zurich.
Strasbourg, the capital of Christmas
Strasbourg is the largest city of the Alsace region in France. Its old town centre known as the Grand Ile is nowadays a listed and protected UNESCO world heritage site where one can see its timber-framed houses, colourful window shutters and multi-storey steeply angled gables. Strasbourg is world known for its Christmas market, the biggest in Europe and one of the most imposing in the world. Inside the city itself, with its 12 Christmas markets spots, Strasbourg invites you to a pleasing stroll. Strasbourg is also home to the European Parliament, Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights.
Reviews & ratings Munich - Strasbourg
"STUTTGART HBF - STRASBOURG"Craig s.
Everything worked according to plan
"MUENCHEN HBF - STUTTGART "Craig s. 08/04/2014
Travelled in the economy section for this leg. No overall problems apart from the limited space available to store baggage. We were fortunate that there were not a lot of travellers at that point.
"STRASBOURG - PARIS "Craig s. 08/04/2014
No problem experienced with this leg of the trip - all went accordingly to plan
"Paris to Strasbourg"Jill g. 08/12/2013
A most comfortable journey. The only difficulty for a couple of old girls (over 70) was hauling our cases up a flight of stairs - our seats were on the top level, but the view was great!
"Strasbourg - Roissy CDG"Jill g. 08/12/2013
Wonderfully convenient - we spent a night in Roissy prior to boarding our flight home the next day. This rail trip made it so easy
"train to munich"Cathryne b. 18/11/2013
exellent trip would use this system again
"Budapest - Muenchen"Robert w. 17/11/2013
Very comfortable train, excellent service. Boarded train at Kelenfoe, as that was what was on the ticket when we received it, despite having booked it from Keleti, only to find it originated at Keleti. Go figure!
"Train Travel Paris to Munich "Barry c. 07/11/2013
I would recommend this mode of transport from Paris to Munich. Excellent trains, reliable clean and fast. As the train station is near the centre of the city transport to hotels is quick and easy.
"Verona to Munich"Ronald c. 03/11/2013
A very comfortable trip but the scenery was just magnificent, unforgettable. Very efficient service, on time, also very crowded but we all had a seat.
"Innsbruck to Munich"Raymund w. 27/10/2013
This train was different from the others that we took during our holidays in Europe. The train has compartments. The one we were in allowed for a maximum of 6 passengers. Seats were generally comfortable but luggage space was a bit restricted especially if you were travelling with a medium sized bag and a backpack each. Other than that, the journey was enjoyable and relaxing.
"night train to Venice"Christopher p. 27/10/2013
Really enjoyable experience, depart Munich and awake in Venice. Bunk beds were comfortable, carriage warm and given that we were on a train relatively quiet. We had a good nights sleep, a continental breakfast and a stress free trip all the way to Venice. Thank you !!!!
"Exit Octoberfest"Ian j. 16/10/2013
Took 1st class from Munich to Frankfurt. All good except had to pay for food and drink in 1st class
"Strasbourg to Nancy Sept 2013"Ian j. 10/10/2013
Rail Europe's instructions for sourcing and printing tickets from a machine at Stasbourg station were excellent. Two hour journey on a non-TGV train (1st class, had the carriage to ourselves) was quiet and comfortable, puzzling though why it cost more than a TGV journey of a much longer distance (also in first class) the next day. A pleasure to travel by train after 3 weeks of driving around France!
"First class is the way to go!"Joanna t. 29/09/2013
Had an excellent, comfortable trip from Paris to Munich. There was ample space for luggage, and a powerpoint to charge my phone/laptop. Food was served at my seat, and the meal was included in the price of the ticket - very convenient!
"Dirty’"Susan h. 24/09/2013
Train trip was good once we had recovered from making the connection and nearly having a heart attack!
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