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I have several questions about train travel. Leaving 4/1/11
I will be traveling from Munich to Salzburg and does anyone think it is cheaper to pre buy the train tickets on DBbahn in advance or just get them when you arrive. Also I am traveling
with my wife so are we able to buy a Bayern group ticket or is this ticket only good for a parent and his children and each adult needs a separate ticket.

From Salzburg I am going onto Wien. Does the OBB offer 1+ tickets and again is it better to buy in advance or buy when you get there.

From Wien I am going to Prague does anyone have any suggestions on which rail line to use and do I need advance tickets. Again, is it more economical to buy when you are in Wien are better to buy in advance. Same questions for my last leg of the journey, from Prague to Budapest.

Thanks
Glenmoor

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