Germany on a Budget Trip (Munich, Nuremberg & Berlin)

If you’re visiting Germany in late September and early October, So “welcome to the Wies’n” means nothing other than “welcome to the Oktoberfest”! Kelangan tikman ang beer nila. Oktoberfest originates in Munich Germany. It’s a once in a lifetime experience, bringing in locals and travelers from all parts of the globe. My first time in Munich and lucky enough October ako pumunta bottomless ang tagay.

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Some snapshots in Munich

Expenses:

  • Expat Explore Quote: €110 (5788 pesos) for Munich
  • Food: €20 (1,058.47 pesos) – lunch, beer  (Breakfast and Dinner by expat explore)
  • Accommodationincluded in expat explore
  • Transportation: Coach from Venice to Munich provided by expat exploreFor budget commuters you can check this link for bus schedule and price -> Venice to Munich by Bus

A quick sidetrip to Nuremberg. Nuremberg is Germany’s 14th largest city. It’s actually the second largest city in Bavaria behind Munich. But the locals will all tell you that they are Franconian. Naturally, that makes Nuremberg the largest city in this land of Franconia.

Some snapshots in Nuremberg

Expenses:

  • Expat Explore Quote: €110 (5788 pesos) for Nuremberg
  • Food: €10 (530 pesos) – snack and lunch  (Breakfast by expat explore)
  • Transportation: Coach from Munich to Nuremberg provided by expat explore. Budget commuters you can check this link for bus cheap tickets -> Munich to Nuremberg by Bus

Berlin is Germany’s capital and largest city. It has one of the most turbulent recent histories of any European capital but has emerged as one of Europe’s most popular and vibrant travel destinations.

Some snapshots in Berlin

Expenses:

  • Expat Explore Quote: €110 (5788 pesos) for Berlin
  • Food: €15 (794 pesos) – snack and lunch  (Breakfast by expat explore)
  • Accommodationincluded in expat explore
  • Transportation: Coach from Nuremberg to Berlin provided by expat explore. Budget commuters you can check this link for bus deals and cheap tickets-> Nuremberg to Berlin by Bus
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