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Railshop, DB Bahn, Aer Lingus Fam to Munich

Railshop, DB Bahn, Aer Lingus Fam to Munich

Railshop, DB Bahn and Aer Lingus organised a trade/media fam trip to Munich led by Catherine Grennell-Whyte. The group enjoyed a whirlwind trip to this most scenic part of Bavaria and experienced the DB Bahn ICE intercity service from Munich to Frankfurt.

The Hotel Dorint in in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Hotel Dorint in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

The first stop on arrival was the 155-room Hotel Dorint in Garmisch,which has an amazing range of in-house sporting activities. It was here that the 1936 Winter Olympics took place. After check in it was off on a walking tour of Garmisch.

The chocolate emporium of Chocolaterie Amelie had a range of every type of hand-made chocolate that would turn any human into a ‘chocoholic’. The owner of this wonderful establishment is Franz Kasser.

A typical  street scape in Garmisch.

Typical street scape in Garmisch

Mary Kane ,Kanes of Longford  and Barbara Rowley,Railshop  study the Menu.

Mary Kane, Kanes Travel, Longford, and Barbara Rowley, Railshop, study the menu in Mohrenplatz

The Bavarian Zugspitze Railway is one of only four rack railways still working in Germany. The metre gauge line runs from Garmisch to the Zugspitz, the highest mountain in Germany at 2,650 metres above sea level.

View from the top

View from the top

No matter what your expectations you have prior to visiting Germany’s highest mountain they are guaranteed to be surpassed. The sheer splendour of the vista from the top has got to be experienced.

Have a relaxing beer and relax.

Have a relaxing beer and enjoy the ambiance

Due to the popularity of this visitor attraction they are constructing a new Eibsee-Seilbahn cable car, which is due for completion in December 2017.

Sabrina Vonsowski from Club Travel checks outa Lamborghini in Munich.

Sabrina Vonsowski, Club Travel, checks out a Lamborghini in Munich

The city of Munich is steeped in history

The city of Munich is steeped in history

DB Bahn is one of the largest providers in the European passenger transportation market, with more than 12 million passengers daily on 30,000 trains.

The Railshop/DB bahn team of Catherine Grennell-Whyte and Barbara Rowley about to board the ICE train in Munich.

The Railshop/DB Bahn team of Catherine Grennell-Whyte and Barbara Rowley about to board the ICE train in Munich

DB Bahn offers high quality rail travel on ICE (Inter City Express) trains between all of the principal German cities and is a most viable transport mode for transfers between cities.

The group were able to experience the first class service as they journeyed  from the centre of Munich direct to Frankfurt Airport for their Aer Lingus flight back to Dublin.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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