10 experiences at Bavarian stations

Your next train doesn't leave for another hour? Perfect! Short visits to these stations in Bavaria can be an experience. None of these trips take longer than around 60 minutes.

The artisans' yard in Nuremberg

Traditional crafts and culinary treats – Nuremberg has a place that brings these together.

The artisans' yard is a collection of small workshops that lets visitors see a living tradition of old handicrafts in Nuremberg. Afterwards, delicious food is available from the city's oldest sausage maker.

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Chilling around Munich main station

Fancy relaxing in nature or enjoying a cappuccino with a fifty's flair? For the former, we recommend visiting the fountain in the botanical gardens which are located five minutes away from the station.

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A day in Würzburg

Once the home of a prince-bishop, Würzburg is now one of Germany's top 10 towns.

Drink a glass of wine on the Old Main Bridge, admire your reflection in the palace's imperial hall and enjoy a meal at Germany's oldest pizzeria.

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Speed city tour in Regensburg

Ice cream from “Gelini” in Neupfarrplatz square on the way up to Domplatz square and other attractions in just 60 minutes.

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A bit of exercise at the Sportland Erlangen leisure centre

Sportland Erlangen leisure centre is a five-minute walk away from the station. How about a quick round of bowling for example?

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Jewish Museum Augsburg Schwaben

The Jewish history of southwest Bavaria under the spotlight

A historic museum with modern relevance, the Jewish Museum Augsburg shows the development of Jewish culture in the southwest Bavaria region.

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Bayreuth: having a dip at the pool or going on a shopping spree

You can stroll through shops just ten minutes away from the station. The Bayreuth public swimming pool can be reached in five minutes.

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A walk along the Inn and the Danube

The Inn, the Donaulände area and monastery gardens can all be reached from the station in five to ten minutes.

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The Gärtner- und Häckermuseum (Market Gardeners’ and Wine-Growers' Museum) in Bamberg

Bamberg is famous for its horticulture. Dive into the life and work of gardeners and wine makers and visit the Gärtner- und Häckermuseum (Market Gardeners’ and Wine-Growers' Museum).

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Trips

Valentinsbad Lido in Regenstauf: Swim in the river Regen
The river Regen is the second-longest river in the Upper...
The Edwin Scharff Museum: a place for visitors of all ages
Neu-Ulm's Edwin Scharff Museum is a unique institution that...
Meditation hike through the Ammergau Alps
"What you wish to kindle in others must burn within...
Mountain meadow trail to the Füssener Hütte cabin near Musau (...
The Füssener Hütte cabin features deer antlers on the...
Welcome to the Café Zafran in Bamberg
The name, “Café Zafran”, in Bamberg is slightly...
Balloon flight above the Upper Palatinate
Also for people with a fear of flying: A balloon flight above...
Majestic cabin magic near Unterammergau
The August-Schuster-Haus, which is also called...
Macaron course in Unterschleißheim
For those with a sweet tooth: instead of hearty Bavarian...
The "Stadionbad" swimming pool in Nuremberg
A spectacular place in this Franconian metropolis.
Travel through time in the old town of Rothenburg ob der Taube...
Walking through the old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is...
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