Hiking in Germany What is KONUS?
Holidays are expensive things. For most families, they are easily the biggest item in their annual budget behind life’s essentials such as food, shelter and transport (such as the family car).
Travel and accommodation make up the largest chunk of holiday expenses, but by the time the holiday starts, they have already been accounted for, if not necessarily fully paid, and have lost their power
… KONUS Makes Your Family Holiday In The Black Forest Lighter On The Pocket
Transport Tips for Germany Getting Cheapest Train Tickets in Germany
Over the years, the Deutsche Bahn has been trying to improve their online services at www.db.de. Today, you can now conduct a transaction in at least 10 languages.
Language aside, though, what may be self-evident to its regular online customers might be missed by those who may be ordering their cheapest train tickets in Germany via the DB ticketing portal for
… How To: Getting Cheapest Train Tickets in Germany
Transport Tips for Germany Cheapest Train Ticket in Germany
Last year, we gave Deutsche Bahn a bit more than €600 to ferry our family of 4, plus dog, from our holiday base in West Germany to the city of Erfurt in the East, and back.
This year, we only spent €120 for our round-trip to the north eastern town of Goslar, which is roughly the same distance.
The big savings was possible with
… Is This The Cheapest Train Ticket In Germany?
Transport Tips in Germany Some Transport Tips if Hiking in Germany
With three posts, I will provide those of you who are planning to hike in Germany with some concrete practical advice, starting with a few transport tips if hiking in German using the public transport system.
Public transport in Germany is, on the whole, excellent.
Many, even fairly small towns, have a railway connection, and of those that
… Transport Tips if Hiking in Germany