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Free Local Transport

Bayerisch Eisenstein is situated on the German/Czech border. It has a train station and there are a number of bus routes that run through the village, including a seasonal ski-bus to the Arber ski resort.

On the German side of the border:

All our guests travel FREE of charge on all buses and trains in the whole of the Bayerwald-Ticket area with the Guti guestcard!

 The "Guti" guest card valid for the entire duration of your stay, serves as a ticket for unlimited travel in the Bayerwald-Ticket area (except the Bayerwald-Ticket-PLUS area) and well as offers free or reduced price entry to a variety of local attractions. There are 1,100 km of bus and train routes, covering most of the region, including to and in the Bavarian Forest National Park as well as buses (incl. ski-buses) around the Arber. It's even possible to travel for free on CD trains (Czech railways) across the border as far as Spicak.

Click here for the current timetable for the Guti - Bayerwald-ticket.

Below are a few suggestions on places you can visit by local public transport:

Arber cablecar and the ski runs at Thurnhofhang - take the bus from Bayerhäusl (200m from the guesthouse).

(Haus zur Wildnis Nationalpark infozentrum Falkenstein) and the wolf and Lynx enclosures. - take the train one stop, to Ludwigsthal.

Treetop walk - Take the train to Zwiesel, change to the train to Grafenau, then a bus to the Nationalpark Infozentrum Lusen

The Waldbahn has branch lines at Zweisel, to Bodenmais, (hourly) and to Grafenau, (every 2 hours).
From the village train station, the Waldbahn operates hourly trains to Plattling, where you can connect with Intercity services to Munich, Regensburg, Landshut, Passau, Nürnberg and beyond. The Bayern-ticket is the cheapest way to travel to these cities.

On the Czech side of the border:

From the village train station, known as Alzbětín/Zelezná Ruda, Czech Railways operate trains to Pilsen where they connect with trains to Prague. There are several direct trains a day to Prague. The journey takes around 4 hours. A branch line at Janovice nad Úhlavou connects with trains to Domazlice & Furth in Wald, whilst the branch line at Klatovy has connections for Susice, and further east. The train ride from the village towards Klatovy is a local train, so it's a slow journey, but very scenic, winding through the Bohemian Forest.

Example of Return ticket prices (as at 31 December 2016): Klatovy 144 CZK (approx. €5.40); Pilsen 179 CZK (approx. €6.64); Prague 551 CZK (approx. €20.40).
Train tickets are purchased at the counter in the Czech side of the station and they can be paid for in Euros.

The bus stop for RDS (Šumava) buses towards Sušice is immediately after the border crossing on the B11, (the main road through the village). The bus runs three times daily to Gerlova Hut, Nova Hůrka, Prášily, Hartmanice & Sušice. The single fare is 89CZK (approx. €3.30) to Susice. Tickets can be purchased on the bus.

During the Summer season (30 June to 1 September), the "Grüne Busse" operates in the Sumava National Park. 5 bus routes criss-cross the National Park, linking with popular hiking destinations and other attractions. The 440840 bus runs from Špičák, via Prášily and Srní, to Kvilda, in the heart of the Sumava National Park. It's possible to take bikes on many of these buses, look for the bike symbol on the timetable. A NP (National Park) day ticket costs 80 CZK (summer 2016)(approx. €3.00) and can be bought on the bus.

For public transport on the Czech side of the border, provides useful information on timetables and fares for both trains and buses.

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