Status: 26/09/2023, 07:03 a.m.
By: Felix Herz
With the Deutschlandticket, you can travel nationwide on regional transport for 49 euros per month. Here are a few worthwhile destinations for the starting point Nuremberg.
1 / 9With the 49-Euro-Ticket, or the Deutschlandticket, numerous excursions can be made from Nuremberg. Be it in the nearby nature, in picturesque small towns or even in Sylt and abroad. In the following pictures you will find eleven ideas on where your next day trip or short break is worthwhile with the package ticket! © Panthermedia / IMAGO
2 / 9Franconian Switzerland is ideal for regional transport and countless different excursion destinations. From Ebermannstadt you can marvel at the picturesque landscape with a historic steam railway. Near Pottenstein, the Devil's Cave attracts adventurous visitors. In addition, there are numerous wonderful hiking routes in Franconian Switzerland. Canoe and kayak tours delight all water fans. © imagebroker / Kickner / imagebroker / Preußer / IMAGO / Merkur-Collage
3 / 9In the Nuremberg region, right at the gates of the Middle Franconian city, there are countless trekking and hiking tours. Particularly popular is the Franconian Dune Trail - which actually leads along dunes. Divided into several stages, the starting point is usually in Altdorf, which can be reached comfortably with the S2. An exciting section of the trail, between Feucht and Altdorf, leads through the Schwatzachklamm, which is well worth seeing. © imagebroker / IMAGO
4 / 9Not an hour by regional train, and therefore ideally suited for the use of the 49-euro ticket, is the Franconian Lake District. From Gunzenhausen you can reach the Altmühlsee directly, the Großer Brombachsee can be reached by bus. Both lakes offer sandy beaches for relaxing and numerous water activities such as sailing and surfing. Of course, you can also explore the beautiful landscape around the lakes by bike or on foot. © imagebroker / IMAGO
5 / 9With the 49-euro ticket to the Zugspitze – no problem! It takes about five to six hours in total – so you should definitely get up early. From Nuremberg, you can take the regional train and bus to the Eibsee Zugspitzbahn near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Then only with the cable car (not included in the Deutschlandticket) uphill. © Viewing angles / IMAGO
6 / 9With a good dose of patience, you can visit a real German classic with the 49-euro ticket: Sylt. It takes about 13 hours and leads across the Federal Republic of Germany - if you like travel itself, you will get your money's worth here during the beautiful stopovers. Once on the island, it is known to be picturesquely beautiful. © Zoonar / IMAGO
7 / 9Bavaria is known for its many picturesque small towns. From Nuremberg, you can easily reach them all with the Deutschlandticket. But it is impossible to depict all of them, so here is a selection: Bamberg (top left), Würzburg (top right), Bayreuth (bottom left) and Rothenburg ob der Tauber (bottom right) can be reached by regional transport in one to two hours - and all inspire with picturesque old towns and their own charm. © Zoonar / imagebroker / Val Thoermer / Zoonar / IMAGO / Mercury Collage
8 / 9Of course, a not-so-secret insider tip should not be missing from this photo gallery: With the Deutschlandticket, you can also head for a few destinations in our neighbouring countries. For example, Eger (Cheb) in the Czech Republic, just two hours from Nuremberg. The surroundings of the Czech city are beautiful and offer plenty of routes for walking and hiking. © imagebroker / IMAGO
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9 / 9The lakes around Schwandorf also regularly provide a lot of enthusiasm among visitors. Easily accessible by regional transport in just over an hour, the surrounding area attracts with a picturesque landscape, nature and water. Above all, Lake Murner has made a name for itself with its almost white sandy beach. Beach holiday near Nuremberg with the Deutschlandticket? No problem! © Panthermedia / IMAGO