Explore all of Bavaria with the Deutschland-Ticket for just 49 euros per month on all means of public transport, including all DB Regio trains and buses. An unbeatable offer to get to know Bavaria better with your family. Children up to the age of 6 travel free of charge when accompanied. Children aged 6 and over need their own ticket.
Whether you take the family to enjoy the breathtaking nature on a hike in the Allgäu, marvel at Munich from above or immerse yourself in the world of games in Nuremberg, a family excursion by train is all about having fun and spending time together. With these five excursion destinations, fun is guaranteed for young and old!
A real adventure for children: With the Germany Ticket to the Climbing Forest and Wildlife Park in Heigenbrücken
Attention, adventure seekers! Heigenbrücken, the climatic health resort in the Spessart Nature Park between Aschaffenburg and Lohr am Main, has a lot to offer. The Spessart Climbing Forest in particular is a highlight for anyone looking for an adrenaline kick. With nine courses for all ages, the high ropes course is a real adventure. For the little ones, there is a low children's course as well as a climbing wall and three rope slides. What are you waiting for? Make your way to Heigenbrücken with the Deutschland-Ticket! In the neighbouring Bächlesgrund recreational area, your children can watch wild boars and red deer or have fun in the water play area with streams and mud zone.
Sport in the vertical: The Spessart Climbing Forest
Immerse yourself in the world of toys in Nuremberg with the Deutschland-Ticket
The Nuremberg Toy Museum is a paradise for toy fans of all ages and the perfect destination for a trip with the Deutschland-Ticket. The city has a long tradition of making toys, dating back to the 15th century. The exhibition in the museum includes toys from different eras and materials, including historical dolls and wooden toys, as well as modern toy classics such as Lego and Barbie. The museum also offers changing special exhibitions on various topics related to toys and the culture of play. For children, there is a play area in the attic where they can tinker, play and experiment. And those who need a break can stop at the café in the museum's inner courtyard and watch the trains on the garden railway layout. This model railway was already built during the occupation and later donated to the museum.
A journey through the world of play at the Nuremberg Toy Museum
Off on an adventure at the medieval playground in Pfronten with the Deutschland-Ticket
The knights' playground in Pfronten is not only exciting for young medieval fans, but an unforgettable experience for the whole family. The playground is designed around a medieval castle theme and offers numerous opportunities for children to exercise their agility and dexterity. The playground's majestic castle tower can be seen from afar and rises up on the outskirts of Pfronten. Children can climb the tower and feel like real knights. There is even a moat and a suspension bridge that leads across the moat to the tower. The knights' playground in Pfronten is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful playgrounds in the entire Allgäu region. It offers children a mix of fun, games and learning and is a great place for the whole family to spend time together on an excursion with the Deutschland-Ticket.
For little damsels and knights: the knights' playground in Pfronten-Ried
Spectacular view of Munich with the Deutschland-Ticket
With the Deutschland-Ticket to Munich: Since 2019, the Umadum Ferris Wheel has been located near the Ostbahnhof and, with its 78-metre height, towers above many of the city's buildings and shapes the city's skyline alongside other famous landmarks such as the Frauenkirche or the City Hall. As the largest portable Ferris wheel in the world, it even holds a Guinness World Record. In the 27 gondolas, you experience a 360-degree view that lets you look over Munich and all the way to the Bavarian Alps. But not only the view is spectacular, also the nature project "Stadtalm" on the nearby roof of the Werks3, where you can watch sheep grazing. A visit to Umadum is an unforgettable experience that will not only make the little ones' eyes wide.
360° Munich - Enjoy the panorama and count sheep on the Umadum Ferris Wheel
With the Deutschland-Ticket to the child-friendly nature paradise in Nesselwang
The Alpspitz, a 1,575-metre-high mountain peak near Nesselwang in Ostallgäu, offers a wide range of activities for nature and hiking-loving families and is easy to reach with the Deutschland-Ticket. The area offers challenging routes as well as hut hikes suitable for families and a rich flora and fauna to observe. From the Alpspitze cable car, you can enjoy the fantastic view of the Allgäu mountains and choose one of the many hiking routes, such as "Über Alpspitze und Edelsberg", which is easy to do in about two hours with children. The Nesselwang waterfall, which is located below the middle station, is also worth a visit. At the mid-station, the rustic Enzianstube invites you to a cosy stop and offers delicious desserts such as Kaiserschmarrn and apple strudel, as well as savoury dishes such as sausage salad and the traditional Allgäu Kässpatzen.
Nesselwang: an Allgäu hiking trail for all the family
Experience unforgettable moments with your children with the Deutschland-Ticket and discover the beauty of Bavaria in a convenient and affordable way. We wish you an unforgettable time with your family!