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Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

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Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

Hello,

We are trying to go from Munich-Salzburg. I understand that we could purchase the Bayern ticket, which is an affordable option. However, the Bayern is only valid for 12-18 hours (depending on if you purchase the nacht-bayern or the day-bayern)

We would need a ticket that would be valid longer than 18 hours.

Could we buy two Bayerns (one per day)?

Or I’ve heard of the Freizeit-ticket, but cannot find any information concerning these tickets.

please help! Thanks!!!

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1. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

What are you talking about? There is no such thing as a "nacht-bayern" or "day-bayern" ticket. The Bayern Ticket is always valid from 9 a.m. until 3 a.m. of the following day. You can only use local transport, that is RE or RB trains, some other regional trains, and of course subways and buses in the cities. Check "local transport" when looking for your connection on bahn.de and the website will only give you those trains you can use.

On the weekend or on public holidays, the Bayern Ticket is valid before 9 a.m.

And of course you can buy as many as you like. If you want to, you can buy one every day.

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2. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

What are you talking about? There is no such thing as a "nacht-bayern" or "day-bayern" ticket. The Bayern Ticket is always valid from 9 a.m. until 3 a.m. of the following day. You can only use local transport, that is RE or RB trains, some other regional trains, and of course subways and buses in the cities. Check "local transport" when looking for your connection on bahn.de and the website will only give you those trains you can use.

On the weekend or on public holidays, the Bayern Ticket is valid before 9 a.m.

And of course you can buy as many as you like. If you want to, you can buy one every day.

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3. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

What are you talking about? There is no such thing as a "nacht-bayern" or "day-bayern" ticket. The Bayern Ticket is always valid from 9 a.m. until 3 a.m. of the following day. You can only use local transport, that is RE or RB trains, some other regional trains, and of course subways and buses in the cities. But in Salzburg itself, you can't use the buses etc. using the Bayern Ticket - it's only valid until Salzburg cental station, and that's it.

Check "local transport" when looking for your connection on bahn.de and the website will only give you those trains you can use.

On the weekend or on public holidays, the Bayern Ticket is valid before 9 a.m. And of course you can buy two Bayern Tickets on different days, if that makes sense for you. If you're going to Salzburg and staying overnight, it might.

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4. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

What are you talking about? There is no such thing as a "nacht-bayern" or "day-bayern" ticket. The Bayern Ticket is always valid from 9 a.m. until 3 a.m. of the following day. You can only use local transport, that is RE or RB trains, some other regional trains, and of course subways and buses in the cities. But in Salzburg itself, you can't use the buses etc. using the Bayern Ticket - it's only valid until Salzburg cental station, and that's it.

Check "local transport" when looking for your connection on bahn.de and the website will only give you those trains you can use.

On the weekend or on public holidays, the Bayern Ticket is valid before 9 a.m. And of course you can buy two Bayern Tickets on different days, if that makes sense for you. If you're going to Salzburg and staying overnight, it might.

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5. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

There is indeed a Bayern night ticket that's valid from 6pm- 6am the next day

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6. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

bahn.de/i/…bavaria-ticket.shtml

Bayern Ticket Nacht (Night) is with it's validity from 6pm to 6am (Sa/Su 7am) not suitable for a day trip anyway.

The normal Bayern Ticket is valid on Sa, Su and public holidays all day (midnight till 3am next day, thus 27 hours).

On weekdays there is a train departing at München Ostbahnhof at 09:04 you can take on a Bayern Ticket (Salzburg Hbf arr 10:55). If you stay elsewhere in Munich just buy a 1 zone single ticket to get to the Ostbahnhof (EUR 2,60 per person).

> Could we buy two Bayerns (one per day)?

Bayern Ticket is valid (on weekdays) from 9am till 3am next day. Thus at max. 18 hours - but not valid "for" 18 hours.

Freizeitticket München - Salzburg is no more. This ticket was only valid on IC/EC trains (not on the railjets nor on the regional trains). With the current timetable this means earliest arrival in Salzburg at 10:00 and latest possible departure at 20:00. While with a Bayern Ticket you can be in Salzburg on a weekday at 10:55 and return at 23:00. Keep also in mind that in summer it will only get dark towards 10pm.

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7. Re: Freizeit-ticket (Munich-Salzburg)

I imagine we are going to sight see in Munich until 7pm on Thursday. Then we want to head to Salzburg that evening. Am i correct in assuming they the Bayern ticket (the night ticket) would be our best option for affordable transit?

Thanks!

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