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What Train Tickets do we buy for Germany?

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I am trying to get all of the traveling logistics down for our upcoming trip to Germany.

I am SO confused with all of the different train options!

a) We arrive at Munich Airport on a Saturday afternoon and need to take a train directly to Salzburg. I went to trainlineeurope.com and DB Bahn website. It says 70 euro for two people. Is that the correct way to do it?

b) What kind of ticket(s) do we need for our day trip to Halstatt from Salzburg? That is on a Sunday/Monday depending on weather.

c) What kind of ticket(s) do we need for our train from Salzburg to Nurnberg?

Are we supposed to get the Bayern ticket everyday we are traveling? I am so confused! Is it significantly cheaper to get the tickets in advanced? For example; we were going to wait and see what the weather was like to decide which day to do Halstatt. We leave in a month, should I pre-buy all of our train travels prior to leaving?

We are ages 29, 35 and just two of us traveling.

Thank you!!

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