Yes, of course. That's what these tickets are for.
Be careful in Ulm, though. There is Ulm, which is still in Baden-Württemberg, and Neu-Ulm, which is right next to it (and will appear to you like the same city), which is in Bavaria already, where your ticket is no longer valid. So if you're planning to take and public transportation in Ulm itself, better ask someone whether you can still use your ticket.
That is quick..u r a gem :) thanks for highlighting that.
Hi Petra, noted u r from Munich, can I ask you another LT questions :))
On a Thurs, we will be going into Munich from Fussen and thought of buying another Lander ticket. But noted from the DB website that there is not much difference in price if we will just buy a point-to-point ticket (i.e. Fussen>>Munich). Do you see the advantage of buying a Lander Ticket or just a point-to-point ticket from DB site?
Füssen to Munich standard point-to-point fare is EUR 25,50 per person. Thus EUR 51,00 for 2 persons. Bayern Ticket is EUR 27,00 for 2 persons.
And apart from this: Bayern Ticket covers also the buses in Füssen and to/from Hohenschwangau. And all local public transport in Munich (S-Bahn, U-Bahn, trams, buses). And it is a day ticket - valid till 3am next day.
While with a point-to-point ticket you can only travel from Füssen to any train (incl. S-Bahn) station in Munich. Single trip only.
Thank u..thank u... _/\_Edited: 16 June 2014, 08:39
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