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Where did you find the price for the ICE? I think there is no ICE between Nuremberg and Prague. There is even no direct train. If you do want to go by train, you have to travel on regional trains and change once. Just check the schedules here. The Deutsche Bahn has a bus service from Nuremberg to Prague. Prices start at 19 EUR for a single ticket. It takes ...


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You could take a Eurolines bus directly from Nuremberg to Prague for 39 € (or 35 € for "Promotional Ticket - can not be changed or refunded!") The trip takes 4 to 4½ hours, and looks like there are 1-3 daily connections. I don't know if this is the cheapest public transport option available (probably not), but it's much better than the ICE price, and quite ...


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This webpage has a list of specifically designated barefoot parks and paths in Bavaria. The one closest to Nuremburg is Spalt (about 20km south), next closest is Windelsbach (about 50km east). Wikibooks has information about a path up the Staffelberg (about 70km north of Nuremburg), which is not specifically designed for barefoot walking, but has only one ...


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I can suggest the town of Amberg. I think it is a very pretty place to stay and somehow not touristy at all. You can reach it taking exit 66 on A6. In the middle of the old town is a Hotel that belongs to a bar where you can meet locals. Kates Amberg Hotel.


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There is no other "interesting" airport really nearby. At 172 kilometers you have the Allgäu Airport in Memmingen (FMM). This airport is sometimes called "Munich West" and served by some low-cost carriers. You have to go by bus or train from Memmingen to Nürnberg. It takes almost 4 hours. Bus prices start at 11 EUR and trains at 19 EUR (if you book early ...


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I know this question is old, but the problem is still relevant. If you already have a ticket for Zone 100 and 200 you can buy a "Streifenkarte" (https://vag.tickeos.de/index.php/product/34/show/0/0/0/0) and stamp one strip for each zone. Example: You already have a ticket for The zones 100 and 200 and you want to go to Erlangen by train, you have to stamp ...


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Maybe that is not the cheapest option, but I would definitely recommend you to take a S-bahn to Erlangen and then a day ticket for Erlangen area. You would pay for 2 single tickets on S-Bahn and a day pass for Erlangen (3,80 euros). Maybe if you have both a Nürnberg weekly pass and an Erlangen pass it might be enough for the S-bahn ride. I think the idea ...


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I champion Leipzig. This year is a quarter of a century since (on 9 October 1989, exactly one month before the Berlin Wall came down) a significant step in the reunification of Germany. “over 70,000 citizens of Leipzig gathered on the inner ring road to protest against the communist regime, and the dam was finally broken: the security apparatus could no ...


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Giving a quick look on Google I can only find 3 hotels/pension haus' near the Germany-Czech Republic border. They are in Waidhaus which is just off the E50 route. Hotel Gasthof Biehler which from the looks of things looks like a very nice country inn. Gasthof Pension Weisses Kreuz Alte Post Inh. Helene Wolf Pension - which doesn't have a website. Pension ...


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Have you tried to rideshare with a website such as blablacar? usually people will let you car pool with them into Germany for about 20 euros each way.


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Try using Google Flights: https://www.google.com/flights/ First type-in Nuremberg as the destination, and then press "+" inside that destination box to add other nearby airports sorted by distance from the main one. It'll automatically show you all the nearby airports and tickets for all of them. It's pretty amazing. Another awesome thing about that tool is ...



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