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How to Get to Bayerisch Eisenstein
Travelling to Bayerisch Eisenstein
By clicking on the links below, you will find lots of advice about travelling to Bayerisch Eisenstein by car (including routes and suggested overnight stops), flights + train or car hire (please read the very important information about car hire) and by train.
We have a lot of experience of travelling in Western and Eastern Europe and are happy to help you to plan itineraries across the whole continent.
- Take the train to Bavaria
Travel to Bayerisch Eisenstein by train from the UK or most major cities in Europe. From the UK, you can have breakfast in London and dinner in Bayerisch Eisenstein.
- Driving from the UK
How to get here by car from the UK.
Fly to Munich, Prague, Nuernberg, Linz or Salzburg and get to Bayerisch Eisenstein by train or car. If you are planning to fly to a nearby airport and take public transport from there to Bayerisch Eisenstein, it is very important that you check before booking: the latest flight arrival time which will get you a same day arrival in Bayerisch Eisenstein (usually by 16.00-17.00 latest) and the earliest flight departure time which you can reach on a same day departure from Bayerisch Eisenstein (the first train leaves the village at 07.42 and connecting with a flight before midday is not usually possible).
- Car Hire
Important information, especially about hiring a car in Germany and taking it into the Czech Republic
Zoom out to see where Bayerisch Eisenstein is located within Germany and Europe. Please note that the positions shown for the houses on the satellite picture are accurate but the street map version is not entirely accurate!
Getting Here |
Bavarian Forest Holidays
94252 Bayerisch Eisenstein
(Germany) +49 (0) 9925 90 32 04
(UK) 07813 811 497 (Martin)
(Ulrike – Germany) +49 (0) 160 9171 8011
Skiing on the Arber
Arriving by train from the UK
Baby bear in the Bavarian Forest National Park
Bavarian Forest mountains
Martin with the first Sengzelten
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