@rodndtube Appreciate this information! When in Munich this past June, we just did the daily tickets for 13 euro or so for both of us, to train/bus/etc... around town. But I know this time, since we are just focusing in Munich for the 10 days or so (versus having a car and driving all around the country like last time) I want to smarten up on the transportation a bit more. The Bayern ticket looks perfect for what we need. Mainly, this time, we may travel to/from Nuremberg/Bamberg, Salzburg, Aying and other cities within the network. We also want to head to Garmisch-Partenkirchen to take the cable cars into the Alps, which appears to be on that ticket as well. It looks like we just buy this ticket on the day of travel at any of the 'DB' kiosks in the train stations, so easy enough. Thinking we will do the daily tickets for 13 euro or whatever for most days, but pick up the Bayern ticket for the days we plan to head out of the center. What is the benefit of the VGN? Website is a little tricky to understand... What is it's purpose beyond what the Bayern Ticket, for example, would offer me? Transportation around those respective cities vs. just the main train station via the Bayern Ticket? We also plan to pick up a car for a few days in Munich, as we thinking we may drive into Italy for 2-3 days for some things we'd like to do. But aside from that, all other days will be in Bavaria for the most part this time. Oh, and Kelheim looks awesome from what I saw in my little research from what you had noted. Might have to make that stop, for sure! Thanks for the heads up.