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Innsbruck advice

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Looking for advice for 1 day family visit to Innsbruck July 2015. We will have spent the night near the haufbahnhof. Specifically should we buy tickets for the 6:35pm train or the 8:40pm train to Munich? Both are 1:45 direct IC trains.

Earlier train: arrives at Munich Ost before dark so 500m walk to hotel easy, this is the daily direct train from Venice so is likely to be nearly full and hard to get seats together. Would probably end up picnicking on the train since we would need to be picking up luggage about 6.

Later train: 40 euros less since the most discounted tickets still available, arrives Munich Ost after dark at 10:15 pm (relatively safe area?), probably less crowded so seats together, allows a full day with dinner in Innsbruck so day less rushed, however may make it a challenge getting everybody up fed and in the car for a full day in Fuessen the next day via rental car.

Also: Innsbruck advice, we plan to take the Nordkettenbahnen so it’s only 3 euros more to get the Innsbruck 24 hour card, so what should we do with our day? Will we run out of things to do by 4pm or can we fill up the day making the 8:40 pm train more practical?

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