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The Bummelbahn made our trip to Niederau. We used it to get about the whole valley (it's not very fast so you have a chance to look around). The drivers are brilliant. They are great sources of information about local weather and local attractions and...More
This is a super way to see the countryside around Wildschonau as it rumbles along at a gently pace and has a built in bi-lingual recording giving information on various points of interest. Its also super efficient and runs like clockwork, thanks to its excellent...More
If you buy a week's pass for 15 euros [reduced when you show your area card] you will be able to use the train whenever you wish - otherwise you will pay 5-7 euros per journey! The trains run every hour along the valley, linking...More
Not the quickest public transport and not always running to time but, having said this, it provides a way to reach the different parts of the valley, including stunning Thierbach, and is good value for a week's pass. Just don't get caught out with the...More
The Bummelbahn takes you on leisurely ride through the valley to the cheese factory, a gift shop and restaurant at the end of it. There is a play area for children and the use of toilets before making your way back down the valley again...More
Only runs hourly but always on time. Bit bumpy but it takes you to cable car stations, villages high up in mountains which it would be hard work to walk to. Drivers most helpful. Weekly pass very good value.
The little road-train trundles along the valley, going also to excellent little villages so that you can combine walking from the mountain with the train back.
The service is easy to use, and it's worth buying a week's ticket unless you seriously wouldn't be seen...More
Lots of reviews of the Bumblezug tram are actually reviews of the Bumblebahn, The Bahn runs along the main road of the Wildschonnau Valley betwen the cable cars at either end (Niederau and Auffach) and has one single, rather uncomortable, carriage. (The Zug has 3...More